Dental Implants: Pros and Cons

  • Dentures: Choosing an Ideal Adhesive

    10 November 2015

    The loss of teeth can be stressful, and it will affect your oral function and aesthetic. This dental condition can occur due to severe tooth decay, periodontal diseases and even accidental injury. Fortunately, you can regain your dental capabilities and restore your appearance by using dentures from a place like Belmont Denture Clinic. Dentures are prosthetic devices which are designed and fabricated to replace missing teeth. The product is typically supported by the hard and soft gum tissues in the oral cavity.

  • Are mini dental implants right for you?

    16 October 2015

    Everybody wants to have that perfect smile. It can make you feel more confident in absolutely every facet of your life, from the boardroom to your dating life. And so when a teeth falls out or you need a rotten tooth replaced, it can be a good idea to consult with a cosmetic dentist and have that work done sooner rather than later. But with so many cosmetic dentistry options out there, it can be difficult to know which kind of dental solution would be best for you.

  • Could coconut oil improve your teeth?

    22 September 2015

    While coconut oil is a natural product that has been used for thousands of years in places such as India, the everyday use of coconut oil is only just becoming a trend in the west. Even then, coconut oil is mostly used as a deep conditioning hair treatment and a skin moisturiser. But, in fact, its benefits extend far beyond these uses, and it could be the case that specific uses of coconut oil could also improve your dental health and the way your teeth look.

  • Sporting Chance: Protect Teeth With A Custom-Fitted Mouthguard

    21 August 2015

    Although Australians spend $8.5 billion on fitness each year, the importance of a custom-fitted mouthguard when playing contact sports is being overlooked. Recently a South Australia hockey player ended up with severe dental and facial trauma due to wearing a cheap, generic mouthguard. Even worse, a Griffith University study reveals that a large percentage of young players do not wear mouthguards at all. For safety and aesthetic reasons, a custom-fitted mouthguard should be just as important as the right shoes, shin guards and head gear for both children and adults.

  • 3 Ways Rheumatoid Arthritis Can Impact On Your Dental Health

    28 July 2015

    Rheumatoid arthritis can impact on not only your joints but also your dental health. As an autoimmune disease, it can make oral hygiene difficult to maintain and leave your gums prone to inflammation. As such, regular dental check-ups should form part of your healthcare plan when you have rheumatoid arthritis. Here's an overview of three ways rheumatoid arthritis can impact on your dental health and a few tips for combating these issues:

  • What Is An Amalgam Tattoo?

    29 June 2015

    If you notice a small area of blue, grey or black discolouration in your mouth, it could be an 'amalgam tattoo'.  But what are these strange marks, and are they harmful to your health?  Read on to find out more. What is an amalgam tattoo? Amalgam tattoos are usually noticed as small grey, black or blue spots in the mouth.  If you've ever had amalgam (metal) fillings or crowns fitted to your teeth, you might discover one of these marks on your gums, lips, tongue, cheek or palate.

  • 5 Tips to Help Your Loved Ones Avoid Losing Their Dentures in a Health Care Facility

    22 June 2015

    Unfortunately, when elders move to an assisted living facility or even go to a hospital for a short stay, they often lose important things ranging from hearing aids to dentures. If you want to ensure your loved one doesn't lose his or her dentures during a stay at a medical facility, there are things you can do. Check out these five tips: 1. Label the dentures Before your loved one leaves for the assisted living facility, label his or her dentures.