Dental Clinic Baulkham Hills
Baulkham Hills (02) 9686 7288

48 Seven Hills Road, Baulkham Hills

Dental Clinic Baulkham Hills

Cnr Kenthurst Rd & Maple St Round Corner, Dural

Covid-19 Level 1 Restrictions Lifted

Covid-19 Level 1 Restrictions Lifted

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To Our Valued Patients,

Even though the COVID-19 virus (coronavirus) has changed the way we live for a while, we want to let you know that we’re as focused as ever on providing our patients the utmost in dental care.

Our Baulkham Hills and Dural offices are back to normal operations and can now treat patients provided that they are not Covid 19 positive or have any signs and symptoms that could be indicative of such.

For dental emergencies or other enquiries, please call us on 02 8320 4098 to speak with one of our helpful staff about any other concerns, please call our Baulkham Hills office on (02) 9686 7288 or our Dural office on (02) 9651 4488.

If you’re not sure if your situation is an emergency, or if you just need some advice on how to maintain excellent dental health during this worldwide emergency, we’re here for you.

For Dental Emergencies,

Please Call Us on 02 8320 4098

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To speak with one of our helpful staff about
any other concerns, Please Call Our

Baulkham Office

(02) 9686 7288

or

Dural Office

(02) 9651 4488

However, we encourage you to take a few steps to keep you and your family in good dental health during the duration of the emergency. Good oral hygiene can actually boost your immune system, making you more resistant to infections of all kinds. Poor dental health, however, can lead to some of the chronic conditions that put you at a greater risk for COVID-19 and other infectious diseases.

Here are Dr. Cal’s tips to keep you and your family in better dental health all throughout the year:
  • Brush twice a day and floss once a day: Even though you have a lot to remember (don’t forget to wash your hands!), maintaining your oral care routine is a big part of better health. Be sure to keep your hands away from your face, especially your mouth, as well.
  • Try to avoid using decongestants, non-prescription painkillers, and antihistamines, if possible:Since these medicines reduce your saliva, they tend to dry out your mouth. That, in turn, lessens your saliva’s anti-microbial properties. Ask your healthcare practitioner for more guidance.
  • Keep well-hydrated: Not only is drinking more water better for your oral health, but it’s also beneficial for your overall health. Avoid sweet, acidic drinks as much as possible and reduce your consumption of caffeinated beverages. If you do consume them, be sure to drink a little more water – and brush your teeth afterwards.
  • Avoid sugary treats or extremely acidic foods: Replace treats with vitamin-filled vegetables and fruits. Again, be sure to brush your teeth after meals. Eat plenty of calcium-rich foods to strengthen your teeth and bones.
  • Try to keep your kids from roughhousing & contact sports: The last thing you want during this time is a broken or cracked tooth from a completely avoidable incident.

Stay safe, and stay healthy!

If you have any questions about any of our dental procedures
get in touch with our caring Integrity Dental team today.

I would also like to inform you that:

The Baulkham Hills and Dural practice is back to normal operations.

Call Us on: (02) 9651 4488 | (02) 9686 7288

reception@integritydental.com.au | receptionbh@integritydental.com.au

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