5 Common Causes of Tooth Enamel Erosion

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Enamel covers the outer layer of your teeth, and it provides excellent protection against anything from plaque to accidental impacts. It's actually the hardest substance in the human body, but it can be damaged over time. This process is referred to as dental erosion since it tends to occur slowly over many years. Once your tooth enamel has seriously eroded, your teeth will be far more vulnerable to decay and other types of damage, and there's no way to regrow that enamel once it's gone.

21 December 2022

5 Steps to Beating Gum Disease

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If you're struggling with gum disease, it's important to know that there are actions you can take to boost your oral health. Below are five tips for beating gum disease. Brush Your Teeth Regularly A key thing you can do to prevent gum disease is to brush your teeth regularly. Brushing helps remove plaque, a sticky substance that clings to your teeth. Plaque can lead to gingivitis, an early stage of gum disease.

24 October 2022

A Short Guide to Denture Relining

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 A denture reline, as the name suggests, is a readjustment of the base or lining of your dentures. This involves a dentist adding hard or soft material to your dentures to make them a more comfortable fit for your mouth. This guide aims to answer some of the most common answers about denture relining to help you understand the procedure and the reasons for it. Do My Dentures Need Relining?

6 September 2022

Is A Damaged Filling Causing Your Tooth Sensitivity?

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Many people suffer from sensitive teeth, and may find eating or drinking hot and cold foods excruciatingly painful. In many cases, this sensitivity is caused by an underlying dental health issue, such as worn enamel, receding gums or tooth decay. However, if you are suffering from noticeable sensitivity in a tooth with a filling, the filling itself may be to blame. How Do Damaged Fillings Cause Tooth Sensitivity? Dentists can use a variety of methods to repair damaged teeth, and generally, choose non-invasive methods (such as dental bonding) to repair superficial cracks and chips.

11 July 2022

Could Your Cavity Be Fixed With a Laser?

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If you've never had a dental cavity, you're in the minority. Only about 11% of Australians have never experienced this type of tooth decay. Perhaps you've never had to have a cavity filled. Or perhaps it's been many years since you needed one. Even those who have never needed a filling may have an idea of what to expect when they visit their dentist. The decayed portion of the tooth must be removed with a dental drill before the cavity is filled.

24 May 2022

How Can Pregnancy Make Your Teeth Loose?

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Pregnancy affects the body in many ways, some of which can be surprising, and even a little alarming. You might not realise that pregnancy can affect your dental health, but your body begs to differ. Pregnancy can affect your teeth and gums in ways you may not have anticipated, and certainly don't welcome — which is definitely the case if you should experience loose teeth during pregnancy. This development is undoubtedly concerning but doesn't necessarily require any treatment.

28 March 2022

Tips for Tackling Tooth Sensitivity

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Are you starting to feel twinges in your teeth when you eat or drink? It may be that you're suffering from tooth sensitivity. How you approach the situation can depend on the root cause. Here are some tips for tackling it and making it better. Try a Dental Check If your tooth sensitivity is new, it's always worth paying a visit to your dentist. It may be that you're suffering from gum disease or you're experiencing the early signs of an infection.

9 February 2022