Getting braces is a big commitment, so it's important that you have all the information you need to decide whether they are right for you.
One of the most common questions that people of all ages have is whether braces a..... Read more
Teeth don't need to be perfectly white to be healthy, but yellowing teeth can affect how people feel about their smile. Discolouration can also be more than an aesthetic concern if it's a sign of an oral health problem o..... Read more
Dental treatments can relieve pain and other symptoms of oral health problems, but some people associate going to the dentist with pain. This may be due to misconceptions or bad experiences they've had in the past, befor..... Read more
Dentures can be the most affordable treatment for replacing missing or severely damaged teeth and surrounding tissues. They may be fixed or removable and made from a range of quality materials, depending on your preferen..... Read more
You should see a dentist any time you have unexplained tooth pain or other possible symptoms of a problem, but some conditions need more urgent care than others.
Dental injuries and other problems that come on suddenly m..... Read more
If you're taking the opportunity of the new year to improve your health, don't forget about your teeth. Oral health can affect overall health, so taking better care of your teeth and gums is important for more than reduc..... Read more
The Invisalign system is an alternative to traditional braces that uses clear, removable aligners to straighten teeth. These aligners are custom made and replaced every few weeks with a new set to slowly move your teeth ..... Read more
Do your gums bleed when you brush your teeth, when you eat or at other times? Bleeding gums may only be temporary or they could be a warning sign of an underlying problem, such as gum disease or another health issue.
If ..... Read more
Wisdom teeth are the last teeth to grow in the mouth. They usually erupt in the four corners of the mouth from the late teens to early 20s, but not everyone gets them. While most wisdom teeth don't cause problems, others..... Read more
In the past, it was accepted that getting older meant losing some or all of your teeth to tooth decay or gum disease. Thanks to advances in dentistry and a wider understanding of oral health, this is no longer the case, ..... Read more