Dental health is vital

  • Dental Restoration: Understanding the Common Alternatives to Crowns

    10 March 2017

    Dental crowns are useful for repairing damaged teeth and restoring the natural functionality and appearance. In simple terms, the product can be utilised in protecting teeth damaged by decay, holding together cracked teeth and even covering a dental implant after tooth extraction. Unfortunately, this procedure can be considerably expensive, and this presents a significant limitation for some patients. This can be attributed to the fact that the crown must be custom-made.

  • Why It Is a Bad Idea to Smoke After Tooth Extraction

    23 February 2017

    No dentist will tell you that smoking is good for your oral health, but indulging in your craving for nicotine can be particularly ill-advised right after a tooth has been removed. Your dentist will tell you exactly how long you need to wait until it is safe to start smoking once again, and it is absolutely crucial that you follow their advice if you want to avoid a very painful and drawn-out recovery process.

  • Preventing yellow teeth

    19 December 2016

    While the existence of whitening kits, strips and toothpastes means that there are a multitude of ways of whitening your teeth, preventing stains from gathering on them in the first place is the better option. This is because whitening treatments over a long period of time can really add up in terms of costs and effort. According to dentists from around Australia and the wider world, the best way to prevent yellowing and stains on your teeth is to watch what you eat and drink and regularly and thoroughly clean them.

  • Not Just Dentures: Other Dental Solutions to Consider

    6 December 2016

    For many people, the dental surgery can be an intimidating place—but really, there's no reason to feel that way.  Modern dentistry uses clever, comfortable solutions that can really improve not only the look of your smile, but also your quality of life.  Although for many people, dental repair work begins and ends with dentures and orthodontic braces, that's not the case.  There are plenty of other solutions that can protect and repair missing or damaged teeth.

  • 5 Reasons to Invest in Your Smile

    29 November 2016

    Your smile is your best asset. From your boss to your friends to your partner everyone notices your smile and their star attraction: your teeth.  When your teeth are crooked, missing or all of those lattes and red wines have made them less than pearly white it's easy to become self-conscious about your smile. Cosmetic dentistry is becoming more popular as more people realise the value in having a smile they're happy with, but it can seem like a big investment.

  • 5 Oral Health Problems That Can Be Caused by Biting Your Nails

    9 November 2016

    Biting your nails might seem like a relatively harmless activity. Sure, you might give the ends of your fingers a somewhat ragged appearance, but that's all, right? Unfortunately, this is not the case. Biting your nails can actually come with a number of oral health issues. Here are 5 important reasons why you should curb the habit. 1. Nail Biting Introduces Bacteria to the Mouth Your mouth is a breeding ground for bacteria, which should be supressed by a good oral healthcare routine.

  • Dental Health: Which Mouthwash is Right for You?

    19 October 2016

    If you are looking for ways of improving your dental health, beyond basic brushing and flossing, you may be considering using mouthwash as part of your oral health routine. However, there are different types of mouthwash to choose from. Here are three of the most common types of mouthwash. Fluoride Mouthwash Fluoride plays a key role in maintaining your dental health by helping to strengthen your enamel. Enamel is the hard outer layer of your teeth.