In this blog Dr Rachel Hall, Evolve Dental’s holistic dentist will help dispel the myths around receding gums and offer support on how to best address gum recession to stop its progression in your own mouth.
Sensitive teeth can cause discomfort, but you don't have to put up with them forever. Here are five reasons other than having a cavity as to why your teeth may be sensitive...
Recently there has been a lot of talk about the dangers of root canals and whether they cause health issues like cancer. As a holistic dentist I thought I'd share my views to help you discern what does and doesn't hold true when it comes to the facts about root canal.
To avoid cavities and keep your teeth a dazzling white, you know you need brush them twice a day, floss, and step away from the lollies and sweet snacks or drinks. So it’s frustrating when you follow this standard dental advice but you still get tooth decay.
Have you been told that you are a “mouth breather”? Do you really understand what this means, and the harm it could be doing to your health?
Brushing your teeth is not just for fresh breath, cavity prevention or gorgeous smile. Brushing your teeth keeps your mouth healthy and reduces the risk of tooth loss and may just save your life.
Your overall health and the health of your mouth are more connected than you realise, remember the same blood that travels through your teeth and gums travels around the rest of your body.
Vitamins are essential to health. There are specific vitamins that support healthy teeth and gums.
It doesn't take a rocket scientist to know that minerals are essential for healthy teeth and bones. But you need them in the right ratios to prevent tooth decay.
Good oral hygiene is necessary to keep teeth and gums healthy. It involves habits such as brushing and flossing twice a day and having regular dental checkups.
Gluten can lead to a whole cascade of digestive problems that can then go on to wreak havoc throughout the body. Digestive issues create inflammation, toxicity and poor mineral and vitamin absorption which not only impact on your health but have implications for dental disease and tooth decay.
Our teeth do more than help us smile and speak, they are there to chew our food and commence the process of digestion.
Even with safe amalgam removal where your exposure to mercury is kept to a minimum there are some things for you to be aware of.
Can your mercury fillings be too big for safe amalgam removal?
What filling materials can be used instead of dental amalgam?