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Things to consider when you’re introducing your children to dental care

Preparing your children for the lifelong relationship with the dentist can be tough. Many children get uncomfortable in hospital environments, even without any negative experiences in the past. As a parent, it's important that you make sure your child is as comfortable as possible when it comes to maintaining their dental hygiene. This includes feeling safe when they are going to the dentist, as well as being well informed about how they should handle their dental hygiene on their own. Read More 

Dental Symptoms of Serious Oral Health Problems

When it comes to dental visits, people tend to get anxious or start feeling unnerved at the prospect at seeing their dentist. This is typically because these appointments are usually associated with pain. As such, you will find that some people will only take the time to go to the dentist when they are in excruciating pain and would like fast relief. Uncommon symptoms that are not causing any discomfort will typically be overlooked as you assume that it will clear away on its own. Read More 

Ready To Play Hockey? Two Reasons You Should Visit Your Dentist First

In August 2015, a Queensland hockey player was hit in the face with a hockey stick and found out the hard way that not all mouthguards are created equal. The over-the-counter mouthguard she had purchased did little to protect her teeth, and extensive emergency dental work was required to repair the damage. As someone who plans to start playing hockey this summer, there are two good reasons why you should visit your dentist before you pick up your hockey stick and head onto the field. Read More 

Understanding The Impact Of Bulimia On Your Dental Health

If you're struggling with bulimia, your dentist is probably not top of your list of people to discuss your illness with. However, they can support you to maintain your dental health, so let them know. Your dentist will not divulge anything you share with them to colleagues or other patients but can advise you on steps you can take to protect your teeth and gums from the corrosive hydrochloric acid they are exposed to when you vomit. Read More 

Common Treatments For Gum Disease

Spitting blood after tooth-brushing, discoloration of the gums and bad breath are a few symptoms of gum disease, the mildest form of which is gingivitis. Often, gingivitis does not cause any pain, but if left untreated, it can progress to a more serious and painful gum disease called periodontitis, with the risk of tooth loss, abscesses and destruction of the jawbone around the teeth. If gingivitis is caught in its early stages, it is straightforward to treat, and good dental hygiene can prevent any future occurrence. Read More