Are you one of those people who has gone years—even decades—trying to hide your teeth, believing you can’t get braces because you are too old?
You may be surprised to know that the benefits of having properly aligned straight teeth extend far beyond a confident smile.
Everyone knows that smoking is devastatingly harmful to the body.
Modern toothpastes now claim that they do everything from reducing plaque and tartar build-up to whitening teeth.
As long as you use the correct technique it doesn’t really matter what type of floss you choose.
Prevention is much better than cure or management of a condition and when it comes to prevention focusing on oral hygiene is a must.
Oral hygiene is a key component when it comes to having attractive, healthy looking teeth and gums.
Sugar is devoid of nutrients. If you want to grow big and strong and function at optimal levels you could not do it on a diet solely made up of sugar.
Older Australians are keeping their teeth longer than ever before and the average number of teeth people retain into old age is increasing.
Tooth sensitivity is one of the most common complaints among dental patients.
You’ve probably thought to yourself after brushing your teeth and spitting out blood with your toothpaste: “My gums bleed, but that is just normal for me.”
Happy New Year! Well we made it through another year, the holidays are now behind us and perhaps like many you’ve made some promises to yourself to make some changes in your life for 2016.
Taking care of your teeth shouldn’t be that difficult after all it isn’t rocket science. Yet it’s all too easy to develop habits that could cause toothache in the long run.
Today is World Smile Day where we are encouraged to “Do an act of kindness. Help one person smile”!
The importance of good oral hygiene and committing to keeping our mouths clean can’t be underestimated when it comes to keeping our breath as fresh as possible.
For each missing tooth, you lose approximately 10% of your remaining ability to chew food.
Teeth whitening is without a doubt one of the most popular procedures at our dental office.
Gum disease, also called periodontitis, occurs when a bacterial infection develops where the gums join the teeth.
Dentists have recommended that you come for a check up and clean every six months but is this always the case and does it apply to you and your particular dental needs?