How Routine Visits to the Dentist Make Your Dental Costs More Affordable

Posted on: 1 September 2015

Spending money on routine dental check-ups may not seem an obvious way to save money, but preventative visits can reduce your long-term dental costs, making them more affordable. Routine visits may spot problem areas early and help you maintain good oral health habits, so that you can avoid more serious and costly problems in the future. This is one of those cases when prevention really can be cheaper than the cure.
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Invisalign® - An Overview

Posted on: 6 August 2015

Crooked, twisted or uneven teeth can ruin your smile and affect your confidence.  Until recently, the recommended treatment for teeth straightening was unsightly braces.  Now, there's Invisalign®.  So, what's the difference?  Read on for an overview of the Invisalign® system. How does Invisalign work? Invisalign® is a discreet tooth straightening system used to correct gaping and crookedness of the teeth.  Instead of ugly metal braces, virtually invisible 'aligners' are used.  These aligners are custom-made for each patient and, unlike fixed braces, are removable.
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All About Hydrogen Peroxide Toothpaste

Posted on: 8 July 2015

If you want a bright, white Hollywood smile, but can't afford expensive cosmetic whitening treatments, you may be considering using hydrogen peroxide toothpaste instead.  But does it work, and is it safe to use? Here's a concise guide to hydrogen peroxide toothpaste to help you decide if this cheaper, over-the-counter option is the right way to go for you. How does hydrogen peroxide toothpaste work? Hydrogen peroxide is commonly-used as a bleaching agent.
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Suffering From Dental Anxiety/Phobia? Learn How Taking More Trips To The Dentist Can Help

Posted on: 11 June 2015

People with dental fear/anxiety/phobia feel a sense of great unease at the thought of undergoing a dental procedure. As a result, they are likely to cancel or skip out on important dental treatments, much to the detriment of their dental health. However, dental fear/anxiety/phobia can be undone, and one way to do so is to see your dentist often. Read on to see how this can help: Understand that there's nothing to fear
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