Cosmetic Dentistry: Subtle Changes for Big Differences

How to Combat Dry Socket Pain: 3 Home Treatments

19 October

The majority of tooth extractions are completed with no complications. However, if you develop a condition called dry socket, you may continue to feel pain after your tooth extraction. Dry socket occurs when blood fails to clot over the wound in your gum or if the clot is dislodged, leaving the wound exposed.  If you […]

What Not to Do If You Need to See an Emergency Dentist

28 September

If you have a dental emergency, including a broken tooth, a tooth that’s been knocked out or any type of injury inside your mouth, you don’t want to put off visiting a dentist. As with other medical emergencies, you may simply make your injury worse and risk an infection or other complication the longer you […]

Should You Be Worried about Periodontitis?

15 September

If you’ve been noticing blood on your toothbrush or may have noticed some residue when you flush into the sink, you may be worried and considering an emergency visit to the dentist. You may well be good at brushing your teeth a couple of times a day as your parents told you, but something seems […]

I Wanna Be Sedated: A Guide to Conscious Sedation for Dental Work

29 August

Sedatives are administered to patients as a matter of course ahead of any oral surgery. They reduce pain and effectively calm the patient during their procedure. Conscious sedation allows the patient to stay awake for the surgery but makes them feel relaxed and free from pain. Below is a list of some common types of […]

The Benefits of Family Dental Care

16 August

A family dentist can provide a range of services, from check-ups to cosmetic treatments and emergency dental repairs. A family dentist has experience of treating people of different ages, from small children to the elderly. Finding a good family dentist can protect you and your loved ones’ dental health. Visiting a family dentist can help […]

What You May Be Wondering About Getting Braces on Your Teeth

25 July

While there are many ways to give your teeth a better overall appearance, braces are still commonly used for both teens and adults for straightening teeth, correcting an overbite, and the like. If your dentist has sent you to an orthodontist and has recommended braces, you might note some information about the procedure and braces […]

4 Tips For Better Oral Hygiene

07 July

Maintaining good dental hygiene is quick and easy, but many people fail to do this on a daily basis. Following these 4 basic tips will help you to improve your oral hygiene by reducing the risk of plaque and gum disease, whilst helping to freshen your breath and whiten your smile.  1. Use The Seal […]

3 Things to Know About Your First Tooth Extraction

21 June

When your teeth fall out as a child, it is no big deal, but it is something else entirely when you need to have one extracted as an adult. This might be necessary if you are getting orthodontic treatment and have overcrowding, or if you have severe decay of a tooth. Here are some things […]

3 Things To Avoid When It Comes To Dental Health

06 June

Even though they are tough and capable of breaking many hard things, your teeth are quite delicate, and they require a lot of care. This is because your teeth are not only at risk of bacterial infection but also physical injury. Notably, both of these things can be caused by common practices that you may […]

The Art of Biting Off Exactly What You Can Chew: A Diet Plan for TMJ Sufferers

18 May

Temporomandibular joint and muscle disorder (TMJ) affects the muscles in your jaw associated with chewing and the joints connecting your lower jaw to your skull. As a result, eating tougher, harder foods can cause irritation, leading you to limit your options at meal times. The fact is, however, your TMJ symptoms needn’t dictate your usual […]