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Does it seem like every time you eat, you have food that’s getting caught or packed between certain teeth? If it’s the same area meal after meal, there’s likely a bigger problem at hand: gum recession.
A dental implant is a way of replacing a lost tooth to restore biting function and your smile. Kenmore dentist Dr Rachel Hall of Evolve Dental explains more.
Dental veneers are crafted from thin shells of porcelain. Each bonds directly to an individual tooth to improve its colour, shape, overall appearance and strength.
They say laughter is the best medicine. This is very true! But, what if you have stained teeth, a chip in your front tooth, crowded overlapped teeth or gaps between your teeth and you feel self-conscious when you smile or laugh?
A beautiful attractive smile is easy to achieve with safe amalgam removal. Switching from dark metal fillings to attractive tooth coloured composite can create healthy natural looking smile in as little as one or two visits.
Want to improve your smile? – Then a dental smile makeover is for you.
See what braces, crowns, veneers, teeth whitening, bridges, implants, gum reshaping -- or even a complete dental makeover -- can do for your smile.
Teeth can crack if they are weak, heavily filled, badly decayed or if you clench and grind your teeth.
My dentist says I need a dental crown… what do they mean?
Want whiter teeth? Dr Rachel Hall reveals the shocking and painful reality behind teeth whitening.
The traditional advice for prevention for gum disease is floss, brush, use mouth rinse and see your dentist twice a year.
Periodontal disease is an inflammatory disease caused by bacteria.
In part 1 of TMJ disorders and why you get TMJ pain, I explained the underlying factors...
I see many patients who tell me they have TMJ and they’d be right.
The International Academy of Oral Medicine and Toxicology (I.A.O.M.T.) encourages the dental profession to carefully consider the potential impact on systemic health of endodontic therapy.