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  • 20 Oct 2022 12:57 PM | Anonymous

    ADOHTA is supportive of the Indigenous Dental Association of Australia (IDAA).  

    ADOHTA is sponsoring 2 eligible members to attend the Inaugural IDAA Conference on 28 Monday 2022 with $1000 each towards their travel and accommodation.  Read more here

  • 31 May 2022 10:41 AM | Anonymous

    What are the most important oral health messages for your community to hear? How can we engage with the public to educate and motivate them to improve their oral health? During the months of June to August, ADOHTA invites members to get creative and plan, implement and reflect on oral health promotion campaigns across the country.  Your oral health promotion could be developed for visits to childcare centres, schools or aged care facilities, community-based events etc. The only limit is your imagination! 

    Click here for further information 

    Click here to Submit your entry

  • 24 May 2022 9:58 AM | Anonymous

    ADOHTA, DHAA, ADA & Services Australia presented a Provider Number Update via an online webinar on the 17th May 2022.  The recording is available to view on the link below.

    Click here to view the Provider Number Webinar

  • 1 Apr 2022 11:22 AM | Deleted user

    The Department of Health continues to work towards implementing the policy change to allow dental hygienists, dental therapists and oral health therapists to apply for a provider number from Services Australia.

    220331 Joint Provider number member update.pdf 

  • 25 Mar 2022 12:40 PM | Deleted user

    The AMA has joined the Rethink Sugary Drink alliance – a partnership between 19 other health and community organisations who all share the united goal of reducing the consumption of sugary drinks in Australia.

    220324 AMA Joins Rethink Sugary Drinks.pdf

  • 18 Mar 2022 1:43 PM | Deleted user

    All South Australians should be able to eat, talk, smile and live a life from oral pain or infection. The South Australian Oral Health Plan 2019 - 2026 identifies Frail Older People as one of the priority groups at greater risk of oral health inequity. This plan builds on the inaugural 2014 plan and provides the South Australian response to the goals and principles of 'Healthy Mouths- Healthy Lives, Australia's National Oral Health Plan 2015 - 2024'. 

    Please see below the Position Statement: Oral Health for Older People. This evidence based document reflects an agreed position on oral health funding requirements for older people. 


  • 18 Mar 2022 12:18 PM | Deleted user

    On World Oral Health Day the Victorian Oral Health Alliance is posing this question of State and Federal Governments: how long will the mouth be seen as less worthy of health care than all other parts of the body?

    VOHA Media Release - World Oral Health Day.pdf

  • 2 Mar 2022 12:34 PM | Deleted user

    Please see the guidelines for healthcare practices in the community in a high and very high caseload environment [3] for information on close contacts in the community healthcare settings, risk assessment and furloughing of health care workers. 


  • 23 Dec 2021 10:35 AM | Anonymous

    Now, researches from The D3 Group (based at The University of Melbourne, Australia) and the University of Talca in Chile, have discovered the mechanism causing molar hypomineralisation, the commonest type of chalky teeth.

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