14 December 2023
Losing a tooth is never a pleasant experience, no matter what age you are, but losing one as an adult can be particularly alarming and confusing. Whether your tooth falls out due to injury, decay or other factors, it's essential to know what to do to minimise discomfort and prevent further complications. This blog post will cover what to do immediately after your tooth falls out, how to take care of your missing tooth and what to expect from your dental treatment.
26 September 2023
Dental implant surgery is a complex procedure that involves multiple steps. When it's over, you will have a new set of beautiful teeth to show off. However, the work doesn't end when the surgery is done. In fact, it's just the beginning. To preserve the optimal condition of the implant and mitigate potential complications, appropriate aftercare is indispensable. This blog post discusses why aftercare is so important when you get dental implants and what you should do to ensure your implants stay in great shape.
2 August 2023
If you find yourself in a situation in which you need emergency dental treatment, you might find yourself panicking and unsure of what to do. These are some of the primary things you'll likely want to know about emergency dental treatment in the event that you find yourself needing this type of dental attention. You May Need to Go to the Hospital First Depending on the situation, you may need to go to the hospital before you seek dental care.
24 May 2023
Dental crowns protect a broken tooth by completely covering it. They are designed to stay in place for several years, but they can come out accidentally for any number of reasons, such as injury, poor dental hygiene or chewing tough foods. Fortunately, it is not a serious problem as long as you follow the right steps. Retrieve the crown Firstly, make sure you find the crown. It is most likely that you were eating when it came out.
14 March 2023
Teeth grinding, known medically as bruxism, is a serious dental issue that can result in a loss of tooth enamel, and it often happens while someone is asleep. This is a problem that can affect young children just as much as adults. Though the exact cause is often unclear, childhood bruxism may be due to issues such as misaligned teeth, stress, or teething pain. It can also be a symptom of other medical issues, such as cerebral palsy or hyperactivity.
12 January 2023
When it's time for your regular dental visit, your dentist will perform a number of different steps to ensure that your teeth and gums stay healthy. One of the most important things they will do is remove plaque and tartar buildup from your teeth. This blog post takes a look at how this process works. What Is Plaque? Plaque is a film of bacteria that can build up on your teeth over time.
28 November 2022
Proper dental care is a critical service to ensure excellent oral health. One is advised to visit the dentist at least twice a year for a regular check-up and cleaning, if necessary. However, choosing a dental centre can be daunting, especially if you are new to the area or do not have any recommendations. Finding a reputable and qualified dental care professional is essential to ensure that you receive the best possible care.
15 September 2022
A significant portion of oral health care providers consists of general dentists. The rest consist of dental specialists, such as orthodontists. General dentistry practitioners offer restorative and preventative oral health care. Furthermore, unlike paediatric dentists who primarily serve children, general dentists also care for people of all ages. There are several inherent benefits of visiting a general dentistry office over a specialist dentist. Here are a few reasons why you may want to visit a general dentistry service.
4 August 2022
Aside from your regular checkups, it's natural to want to limit the number of visits you make to your dentist. One of the easiest ways to do so is to address certain lifestyle habits. Here are a few that can impact your oral health. Hydrating Regularly Do you feel as though you drink enough water? When you don't hydrate regularly, your saliva production suffers. Having enough saliva in your mouth is crucial if you're going to keep bad bacteria at bay.
6 June 2022
If your dentist wants you to boost your oral care routine, then they might suggest that you start using disclosing tablets. Read on to learn more about these tablets, how they work and what they do. What Are Disclosing Tablets? Disclosing tablets are small chewable pills. They help you see if you have plaque on your teeth. The tablets contain a harmless dye that coats the teeth when you chew them.