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What happens during a typical checkup? Well, let us tell you all about it!

According to the Canadian Dental Association, about 80% of Canadians visit their dentist at least once each year for a regular dental checkup. However many people have little to no idea what is actually happening in their mouth while they’re in the dental chair.

Hearing strange noises and having someone work inside your mouth can understandably cause a lot of stress and anxiety. But not to worry, we’re here to tell you exactly what will be going on from start to finish the next time you visit your dentist for a routine checkup. After all, the more you know about something, the less scary it seems!

Say hello to your receptionist

The first person you’ll meet during your dental appointment is the receptionist. They make things flow smoothly around the office, coordinate payments and appointments, and give you your notifications for when you’re supposed to come in next. We have a lot of love for the dental receptionists of the world.

The next person you’ll meet after checking in for your dental appointment, and the person you’ll spend the most time with, is your dental hygienist, or perhaps a CDA. It can vary whether your appointment will involve a CDA or a hygienist, but there is a notable difference between the two.

Hygienists are trained dental professionals who take care of routine dental care, such as regular cleanings, and assist dentists in other procedures. They are an integral part of any dental practice and make up a big part of the team that works to keep your oral health at its best.

CDAs don’t do as much of the nitty gritty cleaning work that hygienists do, but they provide excellent help with the preparation work and with assisting dentists during procedures.

You can think of both of these roles as the truly unsung heroes of a dental practice!

Before anything is done inside your mouth your hygienist will need to know about your medical history if this is your first appointment at the dental practice or, if you have been to the practice before, any changes in your health such as new medications, diabetes, arthritis, pregnancy, etc. It is important that your dental care team knows about any health concerns, anxieties, or allergies you may have in order to avoid incident and to make sure you get the kind of care you need.

And when we say that we want you to tell us about any concerns or anxieties you have, we mean it! Don’t be a hero and try to be brave – it’s VERY common to be afraid of the dentist. Sometimes, all a person needs is a little explanation or a little listening to their fears to make things seem a little better.

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On Wednesday 7 th of March at Kino Cinemas , you will see a special screening of:

Wednesday 7 th of March Kino Cinemas

Redoubtable

Buy your tickets here!

Screening, followed by QA with Dr. Andrew McGregor from the University of Melbourne

Histoire(s) de Godard:A ‘silly idea’ or a masterstroke?

The famously irreverent Jean-Luc Godard has indicated his indifference to the making of Redoubtable, dismissing it as ‘a stupid, silly idea’. In this QA we will discuss the representation of the man and the myth.

France 2017 / Biopic, Comedy, Romance Running time : 1h47 Director : Michel Hazanavicius Starring : Louis Garrel, Stacy Martin, Bérénice Bejo, Grégory Gadebois

Following on from his Academy Award-winning (2011), director Michel Hazanavicius continues his film industry focus; this time trained on a major emotional and professional turning point in the career of one of the most influential auteurs of the 1960s’ French New Wave, Jean-Luc Godard.

Synopsis

Having wed his and muse Anne Wiazemsky (Stacy Martin, , AF FFF2016), Jean-Luc Godard (Louis Garrel, , AF FFF2016) falls into the grip of an existential crisis in the wake of the latter film’s reception. Through the prism of his relationship with Wiazemsky, and the massive strikes and civil unrest that gripped France in May of 1968, Godard’s self-examination compels him to pursue his convictions, even if it costs him his marriage and irrevocably changes his artistic sensibilities forever.

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18 July to 15 August 2018 An exhibition by Guillaume Tcherquez Eildon Gallery, Alliance Française de Melbourne

Thu 2 August A discussion with Dr Alexis Bergantz about French convicts and the case for freedom in Australia.

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