Laurence Fisher, Petone dentist and local author, is excited to announce the arrival of his first book for children.
This years National Oral Health Day is on the 6th of November and its a day aimed to raise awareness on the potentional damage Soft Drinks have on teeth. The campaign is SWITCH TO WATER.
By Dr Laurence Fisher
I have recently celebrated 24 years as a dentist, 29 since starting my training, which helps to explain why all these grey hairs are appearing . In this job, you are always learning- every day brings with it something new. It seems a good time to reflect, to consider what are the basic facts that I have learned.
For the first time in my career, children’s teeth are deteriorating. I watch Peter Dunne on television and he states that sugar is not the problem, and more fluoride will fix it anyway.
The NZDA is launching National Oral Health Day annual awareness campaign. This dedicated national day will be celebrated during the first Friday in November every year.
Capital Dental together with The New Zealand Dental Association is committed to promote oral health and reduce the impact of oral diseases on general health. Friday, November 7th has been designated to be the National Oral Health Day
Capital Dental together with The New Zealand Dental Association is committed to promote oral health and reduce the impact of oral diseases on general health.
Dr Mary Vernon, MD, is one of the world's foremost experts on treating obesity and diabetes with low carbohydrate nutrition. She is a practicing family physician, educates doctors on low carb and is active in and former president of the American Society of Bariatric Physicians (doctors specializing in treating obese patients).
Nigel Latta talks about Sugar and how it is causing obesity and chronic diseases. Sugar is toxic and the implication are that it is causing a vast number of Kiwi's to be obese and overweight. The world is waking up to the fact that sugar is the next drug.
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