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What to Do to Reduce the Risk of Being Plagued by Oral Health Issues

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When it comes to dealing with matters that may affect your dental health, it is important to always act proactively. The best way to do so is to keep up with scheduled dental check-ups. The dental exams and professional teeth cleanings carried out by dentists during these check-ups often go a long way in preventing dreadful mouth problems like tooth decay and tooth loss, which may occur down the road. 

8 March 2018

Preparing for a tooth extraction

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There are many reasons to visit a dental clinic, but none provoke as much anxiety as having a tooth removed. An understanding of the procedure will go a long way towards easing your mind, so read on to learn exactly what to expect. Why does my tooth have to go? There are many reasons to have a tooth taken out, among them: Your tooth is impacted, meaning that it has grown crooked or become blocked by other teeth and can't find its way out of your gum.

21 February 2018

Understanding how tooth extractions are done

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One of the most important functions that a dentist carries out is tooth extraction. Tooth extraction involves removing a damaged or infected tooth from the mouth for different reasons. Some of the most common reasons for a tooth extraction include a decaying tooth, infection in the bone or gums that surround the tooth, preparing for braces, or removing extra teeth in the mouth to avoid overcrowding. It's important to understand how tooth extractions are done so you can know what to expect beforehand.

24 January 2018

Lost a Filling? No Worries, You Can Use These Tips to Feel Better Whilst En Route to Your Dentist!

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If you lose a filling, it's important to get to your after hours dentist as quickly as possible. However, you may not always be able to reach your dentist's office straight away. Fortunately, there are a couple of things you can do to alleviate pain and discomfort whilst en route to your after hours dentist. Read on to find out what to do.  Get Fast Pain Relief When you lose a filling, you may experience some significant discomfort or even serious pain.

3 January 2018

Can You Get Braces on Your Lower or Upper Teeth Only?

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Crowded, spaced, or misaligned teeth can make someone feel self-conscious and lose their confidence. Luckily, braces allow one to get straight and perfectly spaced teeth and restore their self-esteem as a result. If you have teeth on the lower or upper jaw that require you to wear braces, you may be wondering whether it is possible to get these restorations on only one jaw. Can an orthodontist make braces for the teeth in one jaw?

12 December 2017

Situations When you Must See an Emergency Dentist

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Unlike scheduling a visit to the dentist or the doctor, dental emergencies will leave you with little time to seek help. They are spontaneous and in most cases occur at the wrong time. Dental emergencies could result from injuries sustained during a sporting activity, an accident on the road, or an acute infection. All these situations require the attention of an emergency dentist. In this article, you will learn about some situations that warrant the attention of an emergency dentist.

21 November 2017

Malocclusion in Adults: Understanding Your Teeth-Straightening Options

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Malocclusion in adults should be resolved to prevent the development of oral health complications. In general, if misaligned teeth are left untreated, the affected individual is at a higher risk of dental cavities, periodontitis and chewing problems. Also, other complications such as jaw pain, earaches, speech issues and headaches might occur. Numerous adults assume that they have lost their opportunity for malocclusion correction. However, there are multiple treatment modalities for complete treatment.

25 October 2017

Why Dental Extractions Are Only Part of a Recovery Procedure These Days

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If you're of a certain age, the chances are that you will remember early visits to a dentist, where an extraction meant just that – no more tooth in that location. Back in those days this was quite expensive and involved an element of guesswork when it came to replacement, but today the story is very different. Advances in technology and methodology mean that you have several different choices if you are faced with a tooth extraction.

9 October 2017

Invisalign and Interproximal Reduction: Why is it Necessary for Dentists to Remove Enamel Before Invisalign Treatment?

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Sometimes, before a dental patient can begin their Invisalign treatment, their orthodontist may need to remove a tiny amount of enamel from their teeth. This process is known as interproximal reduction. Although at first , you may understandably be worried about having some of your enamel stripped away, no more than 0.5-1.0mm is ever removed from the space between two teeth. To put that into perspective, the average thickness of the enamel surface of teeth ranges from 1.

15 September 2017

Why Your Little Bundle of Joy Will Need Children's Dentistry

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Expecting your first baby can be a thrilling experience, but one that comes with a great sense of responsibility. As a soon-to-be parent, you will want the best for your little bundle of joy and you will probably be getting plenty of advice about how you can take proper care of the child. One of the greatest sources of joy for any loving parent is seeing their child develop a gorgeous smile as they grow.

23 August 2017