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  • 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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  • 2 Dec 2021 9:32 AM | Anonymous
  • 19 Nov 2021 12:22 PM | Anonymous

    Oral health and nutrition: collaboration supports better health

    To achieve better outcomes for Australia’s nutrition and oral health, it’s vital Accredited Practising Dietitians and oral health professionals work together. That’s one of the key messages shared in the Oral Health and Nutrition Joint Position Statement by Dietitians Australia and Dental Health Services Victoria (DHSV), released today.

    “Teeth and mouths have an important function, ensuring people are able to eat food and meet their nutrient requirements across the lifespan,” said DHSV Chief Executive Officer Sue McKee.

    “But too much or not enough of certain foods can increase the risk of gum disease and tooth decay and this is where support from both nutrition and oral health professionals can be beneficial.”

    Oral health and nutrition have a bidirectional relationship, and this statement identifies key markers across the different stages of life where collaboration and cross-referral need to take place.

    The statement also identifies areas where the disciplines can collaborate to enhance their research, knowledge and practice, as well as advocate for joint public health initiatives.

    “Malnutrition is one example of a condition that is both a consequence and cause of poor oral health,” said Dietitians Australia Chief Executive Officer Robert Hunt.

    “Collaboration between dietitians and oral health professionals means we can more effectively stop malnutrition in its tracks – and improve the quality of life for those most effected.”

    The position statement has been endorsed by the Australia Dental and Oral Health Therapists’ Association, Oral Health Services Tasmania, Dental Hygienists Association of Australia and Deakin University. These agencies, as well as the Department of Health Victoria and the Australian Dental Association contributed to the development of this resource.

    To highlight real-world examples of the positive outcomes of this collaboration, Dietitians Australia is hosting a complimentary webinar on Wednesday 1 December 2021. A range of speakers will share their experiences to demonstrate how collaboration between dietitians, nutrition and oral health professionals can help support the health of Australians.

    Register for this upcoming webinar via the Dietitians Australia ‘Oral Health and Nutrition’ events webpage.

    Registrations close Monday 29 November 2021.

    To read the Joint Position Statement via the Dietitians Australia website and the Dental Health Services Victoria website.

  • 8 Nov 2021 11:51 AM | Anonymous

    The Australian Dental and Oral Health Therapists Association Ltd (ADOHTA) and the Dental Hygienists Association of Australia Ltd (DHAA) are pleased to advise that the policy change to allow dental hygienists, dental therapists and oral health therapists to apply for a provider number from Service Australia...

    211105 Provider Number media release .pdf

  • 20 Aug 2021 12:38 PM | Anonymous

    The Australian Dental Health Foundation (ADHF) and Mars Wrigley Foundation are proud to announce the recipients of the 2021 Healthier Smiles Community Service Grants who together have received over AU$100,000* in grants to make a difference to the oral health of disadvantaged groups throughout Australia

    See grant recipients here 2021_Healthier Smiles Community Service Grant Winners.pdf

  • 12 Aug 2021 12:57 PM | Anonymous

    Oral health is an integral part of general health and should not be ignored during COVID-19 lockdowns....

    210812 Media Release_Oral Health during COVID-19 Lockdowns.pdf

  • 5 Aug 2021 1:43 PM | Anonymous

    Tongue In Cheek August 2021 Edition 


    2021 ADOHTA Newsletter August.pdf


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