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7 December 2018
Older Australians need better access to oral health services  
The Australian Dental Association NSW is calling for better access to oral health services for older Australians, after a new report found dental treatment was the most difficult medical service for this group to access. 

14 November 2018
ADA NSW welcomes approval for fluoridation in Gunnedah 
The NSW Branch of the Australian Dental Association welcomes the news that NSW Health has approved water fluoridation for Gunnedah. 

2 November 2018
ADA NSW offers pro bono treatment to asylum seekers from Nauru
The Australian Dental Association’s NSW Branch welcomes the news that asylum seeker children are being removed from detention on Nauru, and that all remaining children will be relocated to Australia by the end of the year.

20 September 2018
Prioritising oral health is vital for aged care residents   
With the announcement of a Royal Commission into aged care, the Australian Dental Association NSW is calling for oral health care to be made a priority for residents of all aged care facilities.

8 August 2018
ADA NSW statement re: infection control  
The NSW branch of the Australian Dental Association (ADA NSW) would like to reassure the public that the risk of contracting a blood-borne infection during a visit to the dentist is low.

6 August 2018
Raising awareness of the links between diabetes and gum disease:
Dental Health Week (August 6 to 12) 
This Dental Health Week, the Australian Dental Association NSW is highlighting the links between gum disease and diabetes, and reminding people with the disease, to see their dentist for regular check-ups. 

4 August 2018
Mobile dental services and the child dental benefits schedule  
Statement from the President of the Australian Dental Association’s NSW branch, Dr Neil Peppitt: 
We are appalled by the allegations reported by the Sydney Morning Herald today. It is ADA NSW’s view that children should never be unnecessarily exposed to radiation, and x-rays should only be performed by qualified staff with the appropriate licence. 

4 June 2018
Expert health bodies back fluoridation as safe 
The Australian Dental Association NSW is urging local residents who want access to the benefits of water fluoridation to email Oberon Council.

21 May 2018
The evidence shows water fluoridation is safe 
The Australian Dental Association NSW is urging Oberon Council to implement community water fluoridation, saying there is overwhelming evidence that it safely prevents tooth decay.

13 April 2018
ADA NSW welcomes ban on vaping in smoke-free areas 
ADA NSW has welcomed new laws banning the use of e-cigarettes in smoke-free areas, with President Neil Peppitt saying the legislation would protect the health of everyone in the community.

13 March 2018
ADA NSW supports community fluoride strategies 
ADA NSW supports the recently released Community Fluoride Strategy Guidelines issued by NSW Health. Water fluoridation at Australian levels is a safe, effective and equitable way to prevent tooth decay in people of all ages. 

28 January 2018
How much sugar is in your child’s lunch box?  
With children heading back to school, the Australian Dental Association NSW is highlighting the sugar content of popular lunch box options.

23 January 2018
ADA NSW Statement re: infection control 
The NSW branch of the Australian Dental Association (ADA NSW) would like to reassure the public that the risk of contracting blood-borne infections during a visit to the dentist is extremely low.
 

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