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Cosmetic Dentistry: Subtle Changes for Big Differences

Cosmetic dentistry involves large scale procedures such as braces for adults, but this field also offers simple procedures that can make a huge difference to your smile. Hi! My name is Corky, and I have been committed to having the best smile possible for years. However, like many people, I also have to live within a budget. Because of that, I have found the best ways to make my smile look amazing without spending a lot of time or money at the dentists. If you are looking for a place to learn about the procedures that give you the best value for your money, you have come to the right place. In this blog, I am going to discuss procedures ranging from teeth whitening to veneers, and I am going to tell you how to make your smile beautiful!

Two ways in which mental health problems can impact your dental health

If you suffer from depression, anxiety or another mental health issue, it is important to be aware of the fact that this psychological problem may have a negative impact on your dental health and to do what you can to minimise this impact. Continue reading to find out more about the ways in which mental health issues can affect your teeth and gums. It can make it harder for you to be consistent with your oral hygiene Read More 

3 Ways to Naturally Slow Tooth Decay Other Than Brushing and Flossing

Whether you've had a filling before or not, tooth decay plagues everyone. However, the severity of this issue definitely varies from person to person. Most people are all told that the rate of tooth decay they experience depends directly on their hygiene habits (brushing, flossing and rinsing) and diet, but the formula is usually a lot more complicated, with many more variables to consider. Things like your tooth shape, the buffering capacity of your saliva, the nature of the surface of your teeth, whether or not you have any rare dental diseases and what bacteria occupy your mouth all greatly impact the rate at which your teeth decay, but these are all typically unchangeable. Read More 

Dental Care Tips: How Hard is Your Toothbrush?

When most people go out to buy a new toothbrush, they don't think much about the type of bristles used on this small device. Some people will go for the hardest bristles, thinking they seem capable of getting rid of all the food particles, plaque and tartar on the enamel. But what is the best toothbrush for proper dental care? Should you go for a hard- or soft-bristled brush? This article will help you understand the effects of toothbrushes on your oral health and how to choose the ideal brush for cleaning your teeth. Read More 

Why Should You Have a Single-Tooth Dental Implant Fitted As Soon As Possible?

When people look at tooth replacement options, it's often because they've lost several teeth. It can be relatively easy to ignore the loss of a single tooth, particularly if it's towards the back of the mouth and therefore hard to see when you're speaking. After all, the loss of a single tooth often doesn't seem like a big deal since you can still eat and talk easily enough. However, you should really have even a single missing tooth replaced as soon as possible, and single-tooth dental implants are your best option. Read More 

How to Help Your Child Deal With Mouth Sores From Braces

There is nothing that is more irritating to a child than having a mouth which has developed sores as a result of newly installed braces. The brackets can scratch the sides of the mouth, and sores start forming. The challenge with sores from wearing braces is that they closely resemble canker sores, and they can make it very difficult for your child to eat and talk. For an adult, it is easy to follow the advice given by dentists, which is usually to wait for a week or two until your mouth adjusts to the braces. Read More