Take Control of Your Dental Health

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Take Control of Your Dental Health

Hello and welcome, dear readers! If you haven't been to the dentist for quite some time, you may be feeling pretty nervous about your next appointment. Do not panic! This blog has been created in the hope that it will provide you with everything you need to know about making a visit to the dentist clinic. We will explore the different treatments available to you, the steps you can take to protect your teeth and gums, and some top tips which will make your appointment straight forward and hassle-free. Make sure that you check back soon for more updates. Thanks!

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How Decaying Baby Teeth Might Affect the Adult Teeth

22 January 2020
 Categories: Dentist, Blog

Behind every baby tooth is an adult tooth waiting for the right moment to come through. This process of replacement begins when a child is around six years old. The central incisors go first, followed shortly by the lateral incisors. If all goes well, the baby teeth fall out and the adult teeth come through the gum to take their place. But what happens when decay is involved. Unfortunately, tooth decay in a baby tooth can affect the adult tooth that is still in the jawbone. Read More …

Bridging the Dental Gap: Why Would You Choose a Removable Dental Bridge?

22 January 2020
 Categories: Dentist, Blog

Living with missing teeth is no fun. Even when you are missing just two or three teeth, eating becomes a chore and smiling becomes something you don't want to do much. However, with the help of a dental bridge, these normal activities become as simple as they should be. But do you choose a fixed or removable dental bridge? While a fixed bridge offers more comfort and stability while chewing and speaking, a removable bridge has its advantages too. Read More …

How to Cope With a Dislodged Tooth

22 January 2020
 Categories: Dentist, Blog

Every day, people all over Australia suffer from trauma to their mouth which can result in a dislodged tooth. Of course, people who have tooth decay will also suffer from a tooth falling out. This may require dental treatment to put right. However, it is not considered to be a dental emergency in the same way that a knocked-out tooth is. If you have a tooth knocked out from a blow or a fall, then you should seek an immediate appointment with your dentist. Read More …

5 Benefits of a Dental Bridge

22 January 2020
 Categories: Dentist, Blog

If you have two or more missing teeth adjacent to each other, a dental bridge could fill in the gap in your smile. While this might seem like a minor cosmetic benefit, dental bridges can actually improve your life in many ways. Here are five benefits of dental bridges that you should not overlook. 1. Restores Confidence Even if you do not think about the gap in your smile most of the time, you might feel disappointed with photos that show the gap. Read More …

3 Facts on Laser Surgery for Frenectomy of Newborn Babies

22 January 2020
 Categories: Dentist, Blog

Some babies are born with a condition known as tongue-tie, which makes it difficult for them to breastfeed freely. A frenum is a group of tissues responsible for connecting the tongue to the base of the mouth while linking the upper lip to the gums. Therefore, abnormalities in the frenum in the form of being very long or very thick can inhibit the free movement of the tongue and upper lip in babies. Read More …