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Taking care of your teeth and gums is important, not just for your oral health, but also for your  overall health and wellbeing.

The earlier we can get your kids into a regular brushing and flossing regimen, the better off they’ll be.

Dentists aren’t scary – in fact, they can help kids learn that oral care can be a positive experience. Union Health is here to help too, with heaps of awesome resources to sink your teeth into (see what we did there?). 


Ever been caught short for a visit from the Tooth Fairy? Who keeps coins any more? Never fear, we’ve got a range of Tooth Fairy downloads that will have you covered from here on in.

We got them direct from the head fairy, so you know they’re legit, so say hello to a smooth tooth collection and reward process from now on.

When can you expect babies to sprout teeth? When can you expect children to lose teeth?  This downloadable poster is the perfect tooth- tracker. Your kids will love marking off their progress. 


Short of coins? Download these thank you notes from the Tooth Fairy herself. Thank you Note from tooth fairy


Can't wait for the Tooth Fairy and need a dentist? The Health Hub, located in Fortitude Valley is home to some of Brisbane's best dentists, physios, optometrists, podiatrists and massage therapists - all together under one roof.

If you can't get to the Health Hub or you're an out-of-towner, our Australia-wide preferred provider network means top-quality, affordable care isn't far away.

Teeth are little, but they’re really important. Did you know that brushing your teeth is the only way you can make sure you’ve got a healthy mouth and teeth? It’s not too hard once you know how to do it right – so we’re here to help, and have some fun together along the way!


Wait, teeth fall out and then grow back?? 
When we’re little, most of us have our first set of baby teeth – sometimes called our milk teeth – by the time we’re three years old. We get 20 milk teeth, but they don’t stick around for too long. When we get to around five or six, they start to fall out.


Not to worry though, that’s what they’re meant to do! That’s so they can make way for our adult teeth – or permanent teeth – that have been sitting patiently high up in your gums, waiting for their moment to arrive, when they can push your baby teeth out of the way.


By the time we turn 12 or 13, most of us have lost all of those baby teeth, and we’ve got 30 new permanent teeth in their place. Then most of us grow another two bonus teeth, called wisdom teeth, at the back of our mouths between the ages of 17 and 25. Pretty weird, right?

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