Common Complaints That a Cosmetic Dentist Can Fix

Posted on: 23 January 2019

Many people want to make minor changes to their appearance, and one of the areas that have a significant impact is your teeth. If your oral complaints are aesthetic rather than health-based, you may want to consider a visit to a cosmetic dentist. Understanding what they can do will help you decide whether an appointment with one is right for you.  You feel as though your teeth are uneven There are lots of reasons for feeling as though your teeth are uneven. [Read More]

5 Tips to Protect Children's Teeth

Posted on: 28 December 2018

The first few years of your child's life present an excellent opportunity to establish a strong foundation for their lifelong oral health. In addition to getting kids into good dietary habits and oral hygiene routines, you can also make dental healthcare choices that can help your children enjoy healthy smiles. Follow these tips to start your kids off on the right track. 1. Keep Babies' Mouths Clean Limit the growth of decay-causing bacteria by gently wiping your newborn's mouth with a damp cloth after every feed. [Read More]

Is Competitive Swimming Damaging Your Child's Teeth?

Posted on: 28 November 2018

If your child swims competitively, then you won't have many worries about their overall health and fitness. After all, they're getting more than enough exercise. You may think that the only problems they might have will be injury-related. However, some competitive swimmers develop problems with their teeth. This is usually down to spending a lot of time in chlorinated and chemically maintained pools. How can you tell if swimming is damaging your child's teeth, and what can you do about it? [Read More]

How to tell if you will need dental surgery

Posted on: 25 September 2018

Dental (or oral) surgery often sounds scary to most people. The thought of incisions being made in your jaw and gums may cause you to imagine a painful and uncomfortable experience. However, dental surgery is sometimes essential in restoring the health of your teeth. It may be necessary to extract wisdom teeth, to remove a partially broken tooth or to insert dental implants. If you have any of the following conditions, dental surgery may be the best course of action (don't worry, most surgeries are carried out after administering of anaesthetic). [Read More]