Consensus Statement on Sugary Drinks
Sugary drinks are no longer a looming public health crisis, but a very real one. By working together, and acting now, we can prevent not only oral health damage, but obesity - a leading risk factor for diabetes, cardiovascular disease and some cancers.Read More »
This document contains data from the 2015 survey on average fees around New Zealand for a large variety of dental treatments. Please note that the NZDA does not have recommended fees for dental treatments.
Before you start packing your bags, we ask that you carefully consider the real cost, and the very real risks you are taking in having your dentistry overseas.
Having a healthy mouth is important for overall health and well-being. Healthy teeth and gums play an important part in our ability to smile, eat, speak and socialize. Aimed at young adults this resource provides facts and simple tips on how to take care of teeth and keep them for life.
This resource was developed by the NZDA in conjunction with the Ministry of Health. This provides an overview of topics that are of particular relevance to providing oral health care for older people.
The Ministry of Health's Strategic Vision for Oral Health in New Zealand.
The Ministry of Health has a range of oral health resources available for the general public. Please click this link https://www.healthed.govt.nz/ to access the catalogue of free health resources.