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”!
In recent years, there has been a dramatic increase in the number of practices offering holistic dentistry and this has largely been customer driven.
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.
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?
“All I want for Christmas is my teeth to look and feel great.”
The anxiety and stress that surrounds dentists and dental health has circulated a long list of dental myths supposed to alleviate our dental woes.
Dry mouth (Xerostomia) is a common problem that many people, especially seniors, experience.
Your hygienist will tell you about the relationship between diet and oral health, giving you advice on how to reduce things like dry mouth, bad breath, acid erosion, sensitivity, staining and cavities.
Inlays, Crowns & Veneers are an inexpensive way of cosmetically repairing broken, cracked, worn, heavily filled or unsightly teeth.
At Evolve Dental Healing we take a very holistic approach to your dental care.
As a dentist, I frequently advise patients to floss more often.
We all have teeth and at some point each year need to see a dentist, but why consider choosing an ecofriendly or green dentist?
Bad breath is the product of odour-causing bacteria building-up in your mouth and between your teeth.
A lot of people put off visiting the dentist, with dental anxiety and fear being the main reasons.
These days everyone wants a smile that they can be proud of and 90% of people say that another persons smile is one of the first things they notice when meeting for the first time.