4 Things You Need to Know About Dental Veneers
21 August 2018
Dental veneers are one of the most misunderstood treatments in cosmetic dentistry. If you are one of the many people who assume dental veneers are not a suitable treatment for them, take a look at these four fascinating facts. You might realize that dental veneers are right for you after all.
1. Dental Veneers Are Versatile
Some people assume that dental veneers are only a treatment for chipped teeth, but in fact, they can be used to treat a wide range of cosmetic dental problems.
Why Your Headache Could Be Caused by Some Spare Teeth
25 July 2018
Are you trying to study for some important exams, but cannot concentrate due to a dull headache? Do you sometimes experience pain when you yawn or when you open your mouth particularly wide? If so, you may be dealing with a condition that is a scourge of the younger generation—an impacted wisdom tooth. What is this, and what should you do about it?
More to Come
When you reach your late teens, you may think that you have your full complement of teeth, but this is not necessarily the case.
How to Schedule Dental Appointments When You Can't Take Time Off Work
29 June 2018
If you're really busy at work or can't easily take time off, then it can be difficult to schedule dentist's appointments for times when you are available. However, seeing your dentist isn't impossible, even if you're welded to your desk during working hours, you just need to put a little thought into making this work. What are your options?
Look for Extended Opening Hours
Most dental surgeries try to make things easier for people who find it hard to make appointments during normal working hours.
Preventative Denture Care
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.