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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What to Do When Your Child Knocks Their Tooth Out

Posted on: 20 February 2018

Children are often in situations that might result in injury. From wrestling about with their mates to playing in youth sporting events to trip and falls, there may be quite a few situations in which your child could knock their tooth out. A sports guard—a rubber mouthpiece that can be customised for your child's mouth—can be helpful in preventing tooth loss in future. However, your child can't wear a sports guard around the clock.
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Dental Implant Care Tips for The World Traveller

Posted on: 23 January 2018

Your smile is the best feature about your face – especially on all the photos you take while on vacation. However, as a world traveller who is always on the move, it can be difficult to get enough time to care for your dental implants, thus getting prone to several dental health issues. Now that you have a beautiful, healthy smile to include in all your vacation photos, its best to ensure the success of your implants.
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Myobraces for Young Mouth Breathers: 3 Harmful Side Effects That Can Be Prevented With Myobraces

Posted on: 28 December 2017

The human body was designed to take in air through the nose. Unfortunately, many young children develop a habit of breathing through their mouth. Unless this habit is addressed at an early age, it can affect a child's physical and mental development. Studies have found that over fifty percent of children breathe through their mouths. If you have noticed that your child has a habit of breathing through their mouth, both while awake and asleep, you need to be aware of the risks.
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