A bright smile emboldens you. Your confidence then pushes you to land your dream job, find love, and more. Thus, most people want their smiles brightened through teeth whitening. But to whiten your teeth, you need to learn what stains teeth and the methods available for you to use. … Continue reading
Do you know that the first thing people notice about each other on a date is their smile? A nice smile can make up for any other defects in your appearance. It doesn’t matter if you have stringy hair or if you’re overweight. If you have a nice smile, people are going to notice that. … Continue reading
Children are so full of energy and sometimes that energy results in accidents. So, what should you do if your child accidentally knocks a tooth out? … Continue reading
Living in a hot area or just being active throughout the year can lead to dehydration and heat stroke. Of course being active and enjoying the sun is good for your health and encouraged. But staying hydrated is essential to your dental care and overall health. In order to take a look at how heat stroke effects your dental health, we will first take a look at heat stroke in general. … Continue reading
If you are like many dental patients, one of your primary concerns may be avoiding cavities. Cavities, which are often caused by bacterial acids, are actually holes that form in your tooth enamel. … Continue reading
Let’s face it, bad breath happens. Typically it likes to rear its ugly head during the most inappropriate moments. Simple interactions such as meeting someone new for the first time, speaking at a job interview, or hanging out with friends can become quite embarrassing. If this has happened to you, the good news is, you’re not alone. But what can you do about it? … Continue reading
Your little one’s first tooth, actually teeth because they usually show up in pairs of two, will usually begin to appear between 4-6 months. Once those teeth show up there are some things about those teeth and about the process of teething you will want to be aware of: … Continue reading
Do your teeth feel slightly ‘fuzzy’? If so, you may be one of the millions of Australians who suffer from excessive plaque buildup, an all-too-common dental condition that may seem harmless but can have serious negative effects on your dental health. … Continue reading
Healthy gums are pink and firm to the touch. Gums that are not in good shape are often swollen, tender, red and bleed after brushing. … Continue reading
According to statistics compiled by the National Oral Health Alliance:
- 1 in 3 Australians delays or avoid dental treatment because they can’t afford it. That adds up to 7 million people.
- Public dental patients are more likely to have dental decay.
- More than half of children under the age of 6 have decay in their baby teeth.