How to Choose the Right Material for Your Dental Crown

21 February 2020
 Categories: Dentist, Blog

Dentists can fit crowns made from a range of materials, including titanium, gold, ceramic or zirconia. Take a look at the advantages and disadvantages of each type of dental crown so you can decide which one is the best option for you. Titanium Crowns Titanium is a strong metal that resists corrosion and is safe for use inside the body. Titanium crowns are extremely durable, but many people don't like them because their dark grey colour looks nothing like a natural tooth, which is why not many dentists offer them today. Read More 

5 Tips for Feeling Comfortable in Braces

21 February 2020
 Categories: Dentist, Blog

Braces are great for straightening your smile, but many people feel uncomfortable wearing them at first. Here are five tips that can help you get used to your new braces so they don't cause you any discomfort. 1. Practice Makes Perfect When you first get braces, you might notice that they alter the way you speak. Even eating might feel strange for a while. If you feel self-conscious, practice talking to yourself and eating your favourite foods at home before you go out and meet your friends. Read More 

Two mistakes people make that can cause their root canal treatments to be unsuccessful

21 February 2020
 Categories: Dentist, Blog

While the vast majority of root canal treatments that dentists perform are successful, a small percentage are not. In most cases, an unsuccessful root canal is caused by the affected person making one or both of these two mistakes. Not treating the tooth with extra care whilst it has a temporary filling After a dentist has cleaned the root canals of a tooth, they will put a filling over them. Read More 

Do You Know What to Do If You Lose a Dental Crown?

21 February 2020
 Categories: Dentist, Blog

You might have been blissfully unaware of the fact that your dental crown was loose until it actually falls off. You'll probably become aware of the fact that it has come off your tooth as soon as it happens, and while you will need to have it reattached, it's not quite a dental emergency. You will have to manage the situation until you can get to your dentist, but you don't need to do much, other than take a few basic precautions with your now uncovered tooth. Read More 

4 Non-Visible Signs of Tooth Decay

21 February 2020
 Categories: Dentist, Blog

A recent survey of Australian adults found that 90% of adults suffer from tooth decay. This is partly because they don't brush their teeth enough. Even missing just one brushing session a day gives tooth decay–causing bacteria hours to multiply and spread throughout your mouth. But as they spread, they damage your teeth and gums. However, the damage isn't always visible. If you think that you might have hidden tooth decay somewhere in your mouth, look for the following indications. Read More