Has bruxism left your teeth worn and broken? Are you tired of struggling to eat, speak and smile comfortably because of bruxism-induced damage? Then consider exploring the various benefits offered by cosmetic dentistry. A good cosmetic dentist can restore your teeth to their former condition in a variety of ways. Restore Length The most common problem related to bruxism is shortened teeth. Because bruxism forces teeth together throughout the night with much stronger force than a person uses while chewing their food, those teeth gradually shorten.
29 May 2020
Australia has some alarming rates of dental decay among children and adults. On average, Australians over the age of 15 have at least 12.8 teeth missing, filled or decayed. Tooth damage and loss can have devastating effects on both a person's physical well-being and self-esteem. Therefore, it is imperative to confront dental troubles head-on in order to allow swift action to prevent worst-case scenarios. One of the ways of correcting tooth damage caused by decay or a cavity is a root canal treatment.
26 May 2020
Gingivitis is a common dental affliction that affects millions of people every year. While it may seem uncomfortable, many people choose to wait it out rather than go and get it checked out by a dentist for one reason or another. The truth of the matter is that gingivitis can be the first step in an excruciating process if it is not treated straight away. Sometimes gingivitis does get better on its own, but you never want to take the risk of the infection getting deeper.
22 May 2020
Losing a couple of teeth can be devastating, especially if you are conscious about your look, particularly your smile. Thanks to advancements in dental technology, dentists can effectively close gaps created by missing teeth with either dental bridges or dental implants. Dental bridges — also referred to as false teeth or pontic — are a great option if you are looking to restore your smile after losing several teeth. This article provides insight into the benefits of dental bridges over dental implants.
21 May 2020
Sleep dentistry, or sedation dentistry, is a good alternative for patients that aren't comfortable with dental treatment. And if you are one of those people, don't worry, you are far from alone. Around one in seven Australian adults are terrified of going to the dentist for treatment! But is dental fear the only reason you might choose sleep dentistry over general dentistry when visiting your dentist? There are several reasons why someone might choose sleep dentistry.
11 May 2020
Gum trauma comes in many forms. You might floss a little too hard, resulting in discomfort and a small amount of bleeding. This is not generally anything to be concerned about. But what about when the trauma is more serious? When you've had an accident that has caused a bleeding laceration on your gums, there are some things you should never do. Don't Try to Stop the Bleeding with Paper
14 April 2020
Gone are the days when dental issues like overbites, underbites and crooked or crowded teeth gave people sleepless nights. Technology has made it possible for people to access braces and retainers that help them to correct these dental problems. All you have to do is visit a qualified and reliable dentist or orthodontist, and you will be examined before the custom braces are provided. However, custom braces come in different forms, and it's essential to know the available options before visiting an orthodontist.
8 April 2020