Do you have gaps in your smile or teeth that need to be extracted? Dentists recommend filling gaps between teeth to prevent the surrounding teeth from shifting position and avoid problems with eating and speech. One of t..... Read more
From injuries to extractions, tooth loss can affect people of all ages. If you have gaps in your smile from missing teeth, or if you need to replace all of your teeth, dentures could be an option to consider.
If you asso..... Read more
Toothache can happen for many reasons and is sometimes benign, but toothache accompanied by swelling is more likely to indicate a serious problem.
If you have pain and swelling in your mouth, it's important to see your d..... Read more
When people think about what smoking does to their teeth, they probably think of the stains left on tooth surfaces by nicotine and tar. This discolouration is a common reason why people choose teeth whitening treatments...... Read more
If you need to replace a damaged or missing tooth, your dentist can discuss the pros and cons of dentures and other teeth replacement treatments. Dentures are designed to look and feel like natural teeth and are custom-m..... Read more
Dental implants are a permanent solution for replacing missing teeth. Once placed in the jaw, an implant can support one or more prosthetic teeth that can look, feel and function like natural teeth.
Placing a dental impl..... Read more
If you need to replace all of your teeth or just a few teeth, your dentist may suggest full or partial dentures. Removable dentures can be a convenient way to restore the appearance and function of missing teeth, but the..... Read more
Does your jaw hurt when you chew or bite down, open your mouth wide or when you wake up in the morning? Pain and discomfort in the jaw can be a symptom of a problem with your teeth, an injury to the jaw or the joints tha..... Read more
If you need to replace all of your upper or lower teeth or all the teeth in your mouth, full arch dental implants could be an option. Unlike removable dentures, implants are secured in the jaw as a long-term replacement ..... Read more
Whether you're wearing dentures for the first time or you're replacing your old dentures, it can take some time for your mouth to adjust.Follow these five steps for a smoother transition and to lower your risk of dent..... Read more