Situations That Constitute Dental Emergencies

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It is not uncommon to find some people ignoring oral pain. This could be because they are under the assumption that it will eventually go away on its own, or maybe they are simply anxious about paying a visit to the dentist. Although there may be some situations where you may not have to seek medical attention, such as a burnt palate from hot food or beverages, there are other situations that need to be treated as dental emergencies.

9 September 2016

Factors to Consider Before Undertaking a Career in Dentistry

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Many school leavers interested in the medical field are torn on what career choices to pursue due to the numerous disciplines available in the sector. Dentistry provides a fulfilling and highly rewarding choice for individuals who choose to pursue this path. However, before taking the plunge into dentistry one should consider the following vital factors: Flexibility: Like any other medical profession, dentistry requires one to be very flexible when it comes to working hours due to the sensitive nature of the job.

19 August 2016

Hydrogen Peroxide Whitening Toothpaste: Common Questions

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If you are looking to improve the look of your smile but you can't afford the cost of professional whitening treatments, you might be thinking about investing in a tube of hydrogen peroxide toothpaste as an alternative. You may have some questions about how this type of toothpaste works and its safety. Below is a brief guide to hydrogen peroxide toothpaste. How does hydrogen peroxide whitening toothpaste work? Hydrogen peroxide is a bleaching agent which is found in a wide range of everyday products such as anti-acne cream and hair colouring products.

2 August 2016

3 Reasons to Visit the Dentist Between Checkups

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Most people are good at visiting their dentist for regular checkups and will only go to the dentist at other times if they have lost a tooth, are in significant pain or something else they deem more serious. However, there are some other reasons that should prompt you to make an appointment with your dentist between regular checkups for yourself or a family member -- reasons that you would perhaps not otherwise worry about.

18 July 2016

Work In An Office? Cake Culture May Be Ruining Your Teeth!

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As someone who works in an office with a bunch of friendly other co-workers, you no doubt enjoy going into work each day. However, how do you feel about the idea that this wonderful working environment may be having a negative impact on your dental health? From birthday get-togethers to constant meetings, the extra sugar you consume in this 'cake culture' could be slowly rotting your teeth. Birthday Celebrations When an office worker has a birthday, it is often a tradition to bring a sweet treat or two into the office to put on the lunchroom table.

29 June 2016

How to Tell If Your Teenager Has Tooth Decay

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While younger kids may have no problems allowing their parents to check their teeth, you may not find it as easy to monitor oral hygiene when kids turn into teenagers. At this age, kids are capable of brushing their own teeth; they are also likely to take any oral hygiene interference from parents as an insult. This can pose problems if you think that your teenager is a bit slack when it comes to cleaning their teeth.

14 June 2016

When Should You Visit Your Dentist for Quick Denture Repairs Rather Than Wait?

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If you know that your dentures are starting to slide and slip a bit, it's time to get them refitted. However, this can often wait until it's convenient for your schedule, and you may need to simply live with the inconvenience of dentures that are slightly out of place. There are other times when it's good to have your dentures checked by your dentist as soon as possible rather than waiting, and this isn't just when they've broken in two.

25 May 2016