Dropped Dentures? Here's What You Need to Consider

Your dentures are designed for strength and durability. Having said that, they might not quite be strong enough to survive a drop onto a hard floor. If the dentures should shatter or are otherwise obviously damaged, then clearly denture repairs or replacement will be necessary. But what about when the damage might be more subtle? Is it still safe to wear your dentures? A Thorough Examination Carefully pick your dentures up and take them to a well-lit area. [Read More]

3 Essential Tips for Maintaining & Using Clear Aligners

You should think about using clear aligners if you are planning on having your crooked teeth straightened. Unlike metal braces, clear aligners are not conspicuous when in use. Therefore, your dental appearance will not be significantly compromised during the period of treatment. Also, these aligners can be removed as required, ensuring comfort when eating. In most cases, aligners work efficiently and ensure that the teeth are straight and appealing after the treatment period is completed. [Read More]

Clear Signs That You May Need a Filling

Most people have some kind of problem with their teeth—whether it be discolouration, arrangement issues, cavities, or entire teeth missing. In fact, according to the ABC, a recent study has found that 90 per cent of Australian adults have at least some type of tooth decay! But don't use that as an excuse to give up on your teeth. The longer you leave a tooth to continue to decay, the bigger the discomfort, price to fix, and other side effects will get. [Read More]

3 Preparatory Efforts To Get Your Teeth Whitened

Teeth whitening is a cosmetic dentistry procedure designed to bring whiteness back into discoloured teeth. This procedure can help you feel less self-conscious and more confident, especially when you smile or speak. But you don't just show up to get your teeth whitened. You need to undertake some preparatory efforts to make sure it is successful: Give Up Or Reduce Bad Habits Often stained or discoloured teeth are caused because of certain bad habits like frequent coffee or tea drinking, regular red wine consumption and smoking. [Read More]