Monthly Features | Health Beauty Fashion | Parenting and Education
Healthy teeth are yours for life
by Mornington Peninsula Magazine

​​​​​​​Show off your stuff and shine online

For results driven advertising put your products here

Book your Winter Deep Clean Now!

Having a cleaner environment will help keep your family healthier, happier and more comfortable at home. Contact us today to know more 1300 910 971

​​Plant the seed and reap the rewards

Results-driven online and in print advertising available now

​Every month we have special features

Designed to amplify your business

Create connections online in print and on social media

Your event can be listed on our What’s On pages

Dental Health Week is the Australian Dental Association’s major annual oral health campaign. It takes place each year in the first full week of August, and this year it runs from August 2-8.

Dental Health Week focuses on the importance of taking steps to care for your teeth and gums to help you to keep your teeth and your smile for life. To do that, the association has four key messages for maintaining good oral health:

• Brush your teeth twice a day with fluoride toothpaste.

• Clean between your teeth daily using floss or interdental brushes.

• Eat a healthy, balanced diet and limit added sugar intake.

• Visit your dentist regularly for check-ups and preventive care.

It should not be a normal expectation that at some stage of your life you will need to have teeth removed because of tooth decay or gum disease. Australians should expect to keep their teeth for their lifetime and practising these four simple routines can help people to reach this goal. After all, you don’t expect to lose an arm or a leg as you get older, so why expect to lose any of your teeth?

Tempting as it is to think that everyone is practising good teeth and mouth hygiene, the reality is that the oral health of many Australians is not where it should be.

• 75% of adults rarely or never floss or clean between their teeth;

• One in five adults brush only once a day;

• 39% of parents report their children drink between two and five soft drinks a week;

• Two out of three adults usually visit the dentist for a problem rather than a regular check-up; and,

• 47% of adults consume too much sugar.

Mornington Peninsula Magazine has highlighted several of our dental professionals over the following pages, so enjoy our special feature and contact your dental professional for more information.

Online  in print  on social media

Banner ads now available on our site

​Thinking of online advertising?

Try a multi media package. Smart advertisers choose Mornington Peninsula Magazine

Step up and shine online

Put your brand or super special offer here


Advertise with us and book your online advertising spot

Promote your business or offer here - Food Wine Produce

Banner Ads now available

Perfect to promote your business to our online readers

Related Posts

Join our VIP club

Automatically go in the draw for a monthly members only prize!

Receive occasional emails to update you on events and special member offers, plus every month a link to Mornington Peninsula Magazine e-version days before it is released.

Opt out at any time. We promise, no spam!

Advertise with us

Target the affluent and discerning consumer who prefers local products and services.  Showcase your brand in Mornington Peninsula Magazine, online and on social media with one booking.

List your event

No matter what type of event you want to promote we have an option to suit your event size and budget.