11 May 2022
Dental braces are a common sight among teenagers and adults. While they can be a nuisance, they are necessary for correcting dental problems. If you have to wear braces, don't worry – there are ways to eat comfortably without avoiding your favourite foods. This article provides some top tips on how to eat comfortably with braces. Read on to discover more! Use a straw One simple trick is to use a straw.
4 April 2022
When you get your first set of dentures you should expect it to take some time for your new dentures to feel comfortable. There will be an adjustment period and this can be difficult for some people, particularly if you are still coming to terms with losing your teeth. It may be tempting to stop wearing your dentures if you find them uncomfortable or you feel self-conscious during the adjustment period, but there are usually solutions to the problems that commonly crop up and wearing dentures will restore your smile and provide support to your jaw bone and surrounding facial muscles.
10 February 2022
The guidelines of oral hygiene in dentistry are fairly unambiguous. Brush your teeth twice each day, and visit your dentist twice a year. Of course, these guidelines are broad and don't take a patient's specific circumstances into consideration. This could be a part of the problem if you still regularly develop cavities, despite doing all you can to follow the best practises when it comes to looking after your teeth.
14 December 2021
A toothache can be a result of several dental issues, some that you might not be aware of until it's too late. Thankfully, you can protect against these dental issues if you maintain good oral hygiene. Good oral hygiene practices start with simple habits like brushing and flossing your teeth regularly. Also, a routine visit to your dentist might do you a lot of good. However, if you do get a toothache, it might help to understand the main reasons why.
25 October 2021
When you think about oral care, the first few things that come to mind include brushing your teeth at least twice a day, flossing and avoiding smoking or excessive alcohol. However, few people include visiting a general dentist on the list. While your teeth and gums might look okay, only a general dentist can give you a clean bill of health. Still, most people question why they should book an appointment with a general dentist.
22 September 2021
Prosthetic dentistry is a recent field of dentistry that has been developed to replace missing teeth. A dentist may use dental implants, crowns, dentures or soft tissue transplants to restore the oral health and function of patients who have lost their natural teeth through injury or disease. In many cases, prosthesis-based services also provide an opportunity for reconstructive surgery that can help both the aesthetic and functional aspects of a patient's smile.
23 July 2021
Wisdom teeth removal is a rite of passage for many young people. Wisdom teeth that are left in place can become impacted and develop an infection or push other teeth out of their correct alignment. If you are planning to have your wisdom teeth removed and are not sure what to expect, the following information could be helpful. Before Wisdom Teeth Removal Before wisdom teeth removal, you will have a chance to meet the dentist who will be carrying out the extraction.
24 June 2021
Dental health is an important part of general body health. Experts recommend that people have a dental checkup at least twice a year. While a general dentist can help with most of the common oral issues, some conditions may need specialized care. That's where periodontists come in. With additional specialized training, they can deal with complex dental issues like dental implants, oral inflammation, periodontal diseases, etc. That said, many people dread a periodontist visit.
18 May 2021
Did you know that it's just as important to take care of your child's baby teeth as it is to take care of adult teeth, even if those baby teeth will eventually fall out? Healthy primary teeth help guide adult teeth into the right place, ensure your child can eat and talk properly, boost self-esteem, and keep your little one free from oral discomfort. As such, it's crucial that your child follows a good dental routine to keep their teeth clean and bacteria-free.
6 April 2021
The loss of any of your tooth structure can be a cause for alarm. Your tooth is compromised and will continue to deteriorate, and it doesn't matter if the loss was due to an accident that damaged a tooth or if the loss was gradual and caused by tooth decay. Accidents and decay aren't the only ways in which you can lose tooth structure. When structure is progressively lost towards the base of a tooth, you might be experiencing an abfraction lesion.