What to Expect if You Haven't Been to the Dentist for Years

Posted on: 12 May 2023

You may not have been to the dentist for a while because of COVID-19 and are now thinking about making an appointment. If it's been over two years since your last visit, you will certainly have many questions.  Remember, there is absolutely no need to feel embarrassed. The dentist's role is to offer expert dental care and guidance, not to shame or humiliate their patients.  When you make your appointment there are a number of things to keep in mind after an extended absence.
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Brace Yourself For A Beautiful Smile: The Benefits Of Orthodontic Treatment

Posted on: 8 March 2023

For many people, a straight and healthy smile is something they dream of. However, not everyone has perfectly aligned teeth. Thankfully, orthodontic treatment can correct a wide range of dental problems, and one of the most popular treatments for straightening teeth is braces.  Braces are dental appliances that apply gentle pressure to the teeth over a period of time, gradually moving them into the desired position. There are several different types of braces available, including traditional metal braces, ceramic braces, and clear aligners.
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4 Oral Health Issues That Missing Teeth Cause

Posted on: 13 January 2023

Missing teeth are more than just a cosmetic issue. When you don't replace missing teeth, your oral health can suffer in a number of ways. If you have one or more missing teeth, replace them as soon as you can. If you can replace missing teeth within a few months, you can avoid the following oral health issues.   1. Wear and tear Each tooth plays a role in chewing food.
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Do All Dentures Need Denture Adhesive?

Posted on: 17 November 2022

Should everyone who wears dentures use denture adhesive? These types of adhesive are widely available at clinics and supermarkets, so it's reasonable to think it's a necessary accessory for your full dentures. The fact is that might be necessary on a short-term basis. You shouldn't permanently need denture adhesive, and when it's used, it's a temporary solution to a temporary problem. What does all this mean? Making Your Denture Bases
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