317 days ago

Dental Hygiene at True Dentistry

Practice Manager from True Dentistry

Visiting your dental hygienist regularly alongside visits with a dentist will help you improve and maintain your oral health. The hygienist usually will scale and polish your teeth, removing build ups of plaque, tartar, and calculus, along with some surface stains. Hygienists also use pressured water to flush bacteria out from underneath the gum line, to prevent build-up of decay-causing bacteria along the roots of the teeth.

In your appointment, the hygienist can talk to you about your at home oral hygiene routine, and what methods and products you can employ in order to achieve the best results. The hygienist can also instruct you on the impact your life style (such as diet, smoking habits, etc.) has on your teeth, and offer solutions to improve your current oral condition.

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16 hours ago

Earthquake Preparedness for Apartment Dwellers

Chris Moore from Wellington Region Emergency Management Office (WREMO)

🏢Do you live or work in a high rise building in the Wellington region?🏢

Our shaky little capital can be a bit wild at times, and those who live or work in high rise buildings face unique challenges especially during an earthquake.

That's why we have developed (with help from you guys!) some FAQs on how you can get better prepared.

For more information check out 👉getprepared.nz...

5 hours ago

Visit Chilton this August

Chilton St James School

Discover what it means to be a Chilton girl:

-Come and experience our culture
-Hear about what is on offer in sport, art and music.
-Investigate our learning from Preschool to Year 13
-Learn about Cambridge
-Talk to our wonderful girls
-Open your mind to new possibilities
-Note the date of our Open Days now.
Register now

5 hours ago

75th Anniversary of the End of the Second World War

Ministry of Culture & Heritage

This year, New Zealand will commemorate the 75th anniversary of the end of the Second World War on 15 August 2020.

This date marks the historic anniversary of the surrender by Japan, which represented the end of the War in Asia and the Pacific and the culmination of six long years of war across the rest of the world.

The public is invited to attend the national commemorative service, which will take place at 1pm on Saturday 15 August at Pukeahu National War Memorial Park. We recommend arriving by 12.45pm.

The service will also be live streamed. More information is available on the Ministry for Culture and Heritage website.

Image: Government Film Studios. World War II serviceman embraces a woman after his return to Wellington on the Wanganella. Alexander Turnbull Library, ref: 1/2-066955-F.
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