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How Dentistry Can Naturally Brighten Your Smile

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Having a bright and white smile is something that many people strive for, but sometimes it feels like the only option is teeth whitening treatments. However, there are actually a number of natural ways that dentistry can help you improve the colour of your teeth without harsh chemicals or procedures. Oral Hygiene:  One of the most important things you can do to improve the colour of your teeth is to practice good oral hygiene. Read More»

Six Signs You Should See An Emergency Dentist

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Your dental health is not something to take lightly, and sometimes, issues can arise that require immediate attention. But how do you know if your dental problem warrants a visit to an emergency dentist? This blog will guide you through the telltale signs that indicate it’s time to seek emergency dental care. Being aware of these symptoms can help you make an informed decision about your oral health. Severe Toothache That Doesn’t Subside Read More»

Four Essential Things to Consider When Deciding Whether to Get Braces as an Adult

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Getting braces as an adult can be empowering and confidence-boosting, but there’s also a lot to consider. This article explains four things to do or think about if you’re considering braces. Work out What You Can Afford The price is probably the biggest barrier to getting braces for most Australian adults. Prices can vary by thousands of dollars, depending on how long you’ll need the braces and what type of braces you opt for. Read More»

Top Reasons Why You Are Losing Your Tooth Enamel

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One of the issues that can weaken the structure of your smile and increase the probability of facing issues like tooth sensitivity is enamel erosion. Note that enamel is the topmost layer of your tooth that acts as an insulating barrier. Its primary function is to protect the tooth from thermal, chemical and physical forces that can injure the tooth tissue and underlying pulp. However, when enamel erosion occurs, one becomes more susceptible to tooth decay, dental cracks or chips and other infections. Read More»

What You Need to Know About Craze Lines on Teeth

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If you have noticed small, vertical cracks on the surface of your teeth, they may be craze lines. Craze lines are painless and not something that you should worry too much about. However, although craze lines are usually harmless, they can contribute to several oral health issues in the long term. Here is what you need to know if you have noticed craze lines on the surface of your teeth. Read More»

The Denture Reline Process: What to Expect

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Denture relines are a standard procedure used to improve the fit of dentures that have become loose over time. When the gums change shape, either due to natural processes such as aging or due to medical conditions such as gum disease, the fit of the dentures may become compromised, leading to discomfort and difficulty speaking and eating. A denture reline can restore the fit of the dentures and improve the wearer’s comfort and function. Read More»