A Denture Adventure Decision to Make: How to Decide if Full Dentures Are the Right Choice
5 October 2017
Sacrificing what remains of your natural teeth, no matter how bad their condition, in favour of full dentures is never an easy decision to make. This is especially true if you are still in your twenties or thirties. Once your natural teeth are gone, there is no getting them back. However, getting full dentures today does not mean that you need to wear them forever.
You could later opt for dental implants or to support your full dentures with mini dental implants at a later date.
The Organic, Metal-Free Approach: Zirconia and Why It's a Suitable Dental Implant Material
11 September 2017
Zirconia – the ''all ceramic'' dental implant – represents the new era of dental implantology. Zirconia implants serve as an alternative to titanium implants for patients who prefer a metal-free solution to replace missing teeth.
Zirconia dental implants also make a great choice if you have metal allergies and may experience problems with titanium. If you are considering dental implants, here are a few reasons why you might want to choose the zirconia implants:
Are Dental Cleanings Crucial To Your Oral Health?
22 August 2017
Despite most people knowing the importance of dental care, it is not uncommon to find individuals only taking the time to visit their local dentist due to trauma or an oral infection. Little do they realise that some of these dental problems could easily be avoided if they took the time to have their teeth professionally cleaned routinely. Some people are under the assumption that dental cleaning is merely for cosmetic purposes.
Two situations which call for an immediate trip to the emergency dentist
14 July 2017
There are certain oral health issues that have to be dealt with promptly. Read on to learn about two situations which call for immediate dental treatment:
A tooth has been knocked out after an oral injury
If you have fallen and hit your mouth against the ground, or if you've sustained a blow to the face, you don't necessarily have to go to the emergency dentist. Minor oral injuries (such as a small scratch on your lip or a slight cut on the inside of your cheek) are rarely serious and will usually heal of their own accord within a few days.