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Dental care for children

Dental care tips for children covering brushing teeth, flossing, tooth development, teeth decay and other dental problems and when to see a dentist.

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Dental care for infants and toddlers

Baby dental care starts from their first tooth. Learn about the correct dental care for infants from bottle feeding to eating solid foods.

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Your child's health

Your child's health includes dental care, recognising when your child is unwell, has a serious illness and taking care when giving them medicine.

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Government dental care

Government provided dental treatment is available for children and adults. Eligibility requirements vary between Australian states and territories.

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Flying Doctor dental programs | Royal Flying Doctor Service

The Royal Flying Doctor Service provides much needed oral health and dental care programs across Australia.

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Dental care and kids’ teeth: video | Raising Children Network

Watch this video for a practical demonstration of dental care for kids’ teeth, plus tips on keeping kids’ teeth clean and healthy.

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Dental care for kids (4+ years)

Children’s oral health needs vary greatly as they grow and develop. This guide has been written to walk you through each stage of their journey from three years old and above.

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Child Dental Benefits Schedule

The Child Dental Benefits Schedule, often known as the CDBS was introduced by the Federal Government to assist families in accessing preventive dental care and general dental treatment.

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Childrens Dental Care | SA Health

SA Dental Service have oral heath tips for children up to the age of 2 years and include introducing a low fluoride toothpaste and when to start brushing.

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Child Dental Benefits Schedule

Access the Child Dental Benefits Schedule through your local public dental clinic (NSW). All children receive the same high quality care regardless of CDBS eligibility.

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