As we get older suddenly we realised many things we didn't appreciate about being young - being fit, having smooth skin and having all your own teeth. As our loose teeth (and bridges) struggle to deal with chewier food we start eating bland mush and, there is no easy way to say this, OLD PEOPLE FOOD. I'm determined not to let that happen to me and I'm doing everything I can to keep my own teeth as long as possible, and when that's not possible to get the best possible teeth replacement. If you are like me and want to keep on eating whatever you want, I think you'll like my site. It's all about dental health and teeth replacement & maintenance.
16 March 2018
Root canal treatment can seem good and bad, all at the same time. It's good because you'll finally have a healthy tooth and be out of pain, but bad because you'll have to take some special measures to ensure a proper recovery. Fortunately, the bad part of root canal recovery isn't nearly as difficult as you may have heard. In fact, with a few simple tips, you can expect to be feeling fine in just a few days.
22 February 2018
A child's dental health is probably just as important as any other part of their health, as poor oral health for a child might mean an increased risk of cavities, oral infections, trouble eating, and the like. While only a dentist can answer specific questions you might have about your own child, note a few common misconceptions many parents have about taking their child to the dentist and about a child's oral health overall.
25 January 2018
One of the first questions that many people ask their dentist whilst considering cosmetic dentistry procedures is whether cosmetic dentistry is covered by dental insurance. After all, why pay full cost for dentistry procedures if you can get them for much less? Whilst the answer to "do insurance companies cover cosmetic dentistry?" can't be answered with a simple "yes" or "no," you can learn what you need to know below. The Type of Cosmetic Dentistry Procedure May Make a Difference
4 January 2018
If your child is involved in a contact sport or a sport that can involve bumps, knocks, collisions and strikes, sports mouthguards can be a very worthwhile investment. Teeth and gums are precious, and just one fast moving ball or perfectly timed boxing move could have you rushing to the dentist, or worse the emergency room. Sports mouthguards for children are essential items that could protect teeth and gums, but also the jaw and neck from shock blows sustained during sports.
15 December 2017
If a row of teeth was a mountain range, your molars would be the Everests and Aconcaguas of the bunch. Molars are the strongest teeth in your mouth. They need to be, because it is with them that you crush and grind your food so that it is easier to swallow and digest. Your molars also help to support your cheeks. Without them, your cheeks would be sunken. Molars are vital to your health and appearance.