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.
30 October 2015
As a young and single professional, you probably have your whole life ahead of you –– lots of fun dates and lots of freedom before you decide to settle down and tie the knot. Like everyone, you probably wake up with bad breath in the morning. This occurs because bacteria multiplies with no continuous saliva flow in the mouth at night, which is perfectly normal. But if you face bad breath problems consistently through your day, it will probably affect your life.
7 October 2015
When you have a toothache, you go to a dentist. But, what type of dental specialist is your dentist? In order to know which type of dentist you should visit, you should know something about the different dental specialists. General dentists General dentists provide care, maintenance and general dental prevention. You visit this type of a dentist when you want to clean your teeth or get cavity filling and fluoride treatments.
9 September 2015
Discovering that you're pregnant is certainly an exciting time, and there are many things to consider including your dental health. But how does pregnancy affect your oral health? Read on to find out more. When should you visit your family dentist while you're pregnant? During the first trimester of your pregnancy, your baby's organs are developing, and the foetus is extremely sensitive to influences from outside of the womb. Towards the end of your pregnancy, it probably won't be comfortable for you to sit in the dentist's chair, and there is also a risk that the stress caused by dental procedures could upset the uterus at this sensitive time.
12 August 2015
Having a new set of dentures fitted to replace missing teeth can be initially uncomfortable, and you may encounter problems with various activities that were previously routine, such as eating and brushing your teeth. Many wearers of new dentures may also encounter problems with their speech - the shape and contours of the mouth are necessarily modified by the insertion of a denture, and the natural movements of the teeth and tongue to enunciate words can be restricted.
17 July 2015
If you have recently visited your dentist you may have been told that you need gum treatment. This could be a preventative measure to keep a current issue from getting worse or to handle an issue that is beyond preventative stages. Regardless of the reasoning behind the gum treatment request from your dentist, you may feel that it is something you can put off. The truth is there are a few reasons you should bite the bullet and move forward with gum treatments as soon as possible.