Dental Implants: Pros and Cons

  • 5 Signs You May Need to Have Your Dentures Relined

    29 August 2023

    While it's common to experience some discomfort when your dentures are first fitted, they should feel comfortable and sit firmly in place after that initial period has passed. However, the shape of your jawbone and gumline will change over time as part of your natural aging process, and that can mean your dentures no longer fit as well as they once did. Once that happens, you can have your dentures relined.

  • Four Common Myths About Dental Implants Debunked

    21 June 2023

    Despite their growing popularity, there are still some misconceptions surrounding dental implants that may deter potential candidates. Here are common myths about dental implants in Australia so that you can make an informed decision about your oral health. Myth 1: Dental Implants Are Noticeably Artificial One of the most pervasive myths about dental implants is that they look and feel noticeably fake. But the truth is, dental implants are designed to mimic the appearance and function of natural teeth.

  • 4 Reasons To Treat A Cavity With A Crown Instead Of A Filling

    25 April 2023

    Even if you avoid eating sugary snacks and brush and floss religiously each day, you can still develop cavities over time. Luckily enough, those cavities can be treated by your dentist. In most cases, this will involve having a filling. As the name implies, fillings are applied to a cavity in order to fill it out. However, you might also be given the option to restore a cavity with a crown.

  • Everything You Need to Know About Taking Care of Your New Dentures

    23 February 2023

    If you have just been fitted with your first set of dentures, you may be feeling a bit overwhelmed by the idea of taking care of them. But don't worry — caring for your dentures can be easy and hassle-free. Below is a guide to what you need to know about keeping your dentures in top condition. Cleanliness is Key The most important thing to remember when caring for your new dentures is that cleanliness is key.