Visiting the dentist can be an overwhelming experience for children. The unfamiliar environment, strange noises, and fear of potential discomfort can create anxiety and stress. However, parents must prioritize their child's oral health and ensure regular dental check-ups. The good news is that there are several strategies available to make dentist visits fun and ease anxiety in children. Start Early and Establish Positive Associations Introducing your child to the dentist at an early age is key to fostering a positive attitude toward dental visits.
15 August 2023
Toddlers are notorious for refusing to brush their teeth. During the toddler stage of their life, kids often realise they can have some control over their life by refusing to do things you ask of them. They don't yet understand how serious tooth decay can be and the link between brushing and good oral health, so it's difficult to reason with them. Battles over tooth brushing are no fun for anyone, but bacteria builds up in the mouth when teeth aren't cleaned well, and this can lead to plaque, enamel damage and cavities.
13 June 2023
Dental cysts are small pockets of fluid that can develop in your mouth, and they can be caused by issues such as dying teeth, poorly aligned teeth and poor oral hygiene. They don't always require treatment, but complications can arise. As such, it makes sense to see your dentist without delay if you suspect you have a dental cyst. Here are just five common warning signs to watch out for.
6 April 2023
During your initial Invisalign evaluation, your dentist will produce a clear treatment plan. If all goes well, this plan tells you how many trays you need to use during your treatment and how long it will last. You also get a plan-based cost. However, you have a part to play in this schedule. You influence the length of time it takes for your treatment to work. Given that a longer treatment time and additional trays will increase your costs, it makes sense to do what you can to stay on track.
6 February 2023