Preventative Denture Care

Posted on: 23 May 2018

Having dentures may be a solution for poor quality teeth, but it's still important to maintain good oral hygiene to minimise the risk of bacterial infections and bad breath. This guide will offer practical tips to help you to overcome and prevent things such as gum disease. This doesn't mean that regular denture cleaning and trips to the dentist should be avoided; however, by implementing these methods into your daily oral care routine, you can ensure that these trips are few and far between, and you'll delay the need for denture repairs.
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Can You Straighten Teeth Without Traditional Braces?

Posted on: 24 April 2018

Traditional metal braces are often needed for severely misaligned teeth, as these braces get tightened over time, so that teeth are then nudged into a proper position. While this can mean a nicer smile and even a healthier mouth, metal braces can also be a bit unsightly and even downright painful. There are other options for straightening teeth, beyond braces, so note a few pros and cons of these other dental appliances, and then discuss your choices with an orthodontist as needed.
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Why a Mouthguard Is a Good Idea at Any Age

Posted on: 4 April 2018

If you are the loving parent of some boisterous children, then you will undoubtedly support their wish to take part in sports at all levels of their development. Of course, you will want to ensure that they are as safe as possible when they do so, but are you considering the safety of their teeth, in particular? This is a question that you should ask yourself from a very early age and not only when it comes to playing sports, either.
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Can a Broken Tooth be Saved? Here Are 3 Ways Your Emergency Dentist Can Help!

Posted on: 12 March 2018

If you break a tooth, it can be both painful and frightening—but the good news is that the problem can be fixed. The exact method of fixing a broken tooth depends upon several factors, but your emergency dentist can customise a solution that will work well. Here's what you need to know about the repair of broken teeth.  If Your Tooth Is Completely Broken Off If the tooth is almost completely broken off—meaning that the whole crown and possibly part of the roots have broken free—it's possible to save the tooth.
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