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Dentures Versus Implants - A Comparison

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If you've suffered multiple tooth loss, you'll be faced with the choice of dentures or implants in order to repair your smile.  But how do the two options compare and what's best for you?  Read on for a helpful point by point comparison. Dentures There are a number of advantages to having dentures fitted including, having dentures fitted is a completely non-invasive process and consequently there is no recovery time required dentures are easily customisable dentures are easily replaced dentures can be removed when required dentures are generally less expensive than implants Although there are undoubtedly plenty of pros to wearing dentures, there are also some cons to bear in mind including,

8 August 2016

Worried That Your Teeth Look Too Sharp? Here's What You Can Do

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Do you feel that your teeth look too sharp? If this is something you worry about, it's probably your cuspid teeth that are causing concern. Your cuspid teeth can also be known as canine teeth, and sometimes it might feel like there is something just a little bit too animal-like about these pointy teeth. It's not particularly complicated for your dentist to change the appearance of these teeth. Since the shape of your cuspids don't generally have any impact on your overall dental health, having their appearance changed is considered to be cosmetic dentistry.

25 July 2016

Picking Your Mouthguard for Contact Sports

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Martial arts are a fantastic way to get fit and healthy. However many injuries occur because people fail to wear the correct safety gear, which can lead to prolonged periods where training is difficult or even impossible. Taking care of yourself should be the number one priority of any young fighter and investing in a quality mouthguard will reduce the risk of injury to your teeth and gums. There are many different companies that produce mouthguards; some are customised to fit your mouth, some are covered in crazy designs and some are just unsuitable for use.

12 July 2016

Learn About the Process For Getting Braces

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Orthodontic treatment allows you to have straight teeth without gaps and to fix any bite issues you have. It can sometimes be scary before you go in for braces, so here are some things to know about the process in order to become more familiar with it and ease your anxiety. The Exam and X-Rays The first step of getting braces is to have your initial examination and x-rays. Even if you have already had x-rays from your regular dentist, you will likely need to go to the orthodontist's office and have more x-rays done before the consultation.

20 June 2016

Tips for Helping Your Schizophrenic Relative with Physical and Dental Health Issues

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It's difficult watching a relative deal with the problems schizophrenia creates for them. Medication may be working well to manage their symptoms, but medication can have horrible side effects. These effects can place them at increased risk of other health issues. If you're helping your relative to manage their illness, you might be wondering what you can do to help them with their overall health. These tips should help. Poor Hygiene

3 June 2016

Why Tooth Coloured Fillings Would Be Ideal For You

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In years past, the material most commonly used for fillings was metal amalgam. Over time though, more and more people are also considering the aesthetics of these fillings, leading to the growth in popularity of tooth coloured fillings. These types of fillings are made of a durable composite resin that is customised by your cosmetic dentist to match the shade of your natural teeth. The result is a filling that is virtually impossible to detect, hence restoring the aesthetics of your teeth.

18 May 2016

Managing Excessive Saliva in Pregnancy: How Your Dental Hygiene Routine Can Help

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Some women suffer from an increase in the amount of saliva they produce in their mouths during pregnancy. Known as ptyalism or hypersalivation, this condition often comes hand in hand with morning sickness and often goes away when you get over your morning sickness. While producing too much saliva won't do you – or your baby – any harm, this can be an extremely unpleasant condition in itself, which may also make your morning sickness worse by increasing your nausea.

28 April 2016

Top tips for new mums recovering from root canal treatment

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As a pregnant woman or new mum, it's easy to neglect your dental health in favour of focussing on the demands of your new baby. Looking after your teeth is vital to maintaining your health, so it is important to prioritise dental treatment as a new mum. To ensure a quick recovery so that you can keep up with the demands of parenting a newborn, check out these top tips for new mums recovering from root canal treatment.

13 April 2016

4 Easy Ways to Relieve Your Tooth Pain at Home

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When you have tooth pain, the first thing you need to do is call your dentist. However, they might not be able to see you right away, so you will need to find relief while at home. Here are some effective ways to relieve your tooth pain until you can get into the emergency dentist. Use Cloves or Clove Oil A popular and natural remedy for tooth pain is to use cloves.

28 March 2016

What is tooth reshaping?

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If you are not happy with your smile, it may be due in part to the overall size and shape of some of your front teeth. Tooth reshaping is an option if this is the issue, which is one of many cosmetic dental procedures to choose from. Here is more information about tooth reshaping and what can be expected from the procedure. What are the reasons to get tooth reshaping?

18 February 2016