Signs Your Child Needs To Visit The Dentist

Your child's mouth is in a near constant state of change from soon after birth until all of their adult teeth have erupted, so it's vital they see their dentist for regular check-ups. However, if you suspect your child has developed an oral health problem between dental appointments, you shouldn't wait until their next dental check-up to raise your concerns. Children's tooth enamel is softer than that of adults, so decay and bacteria can cause significant damage in a short space of time. [Read More]

Top Things You Might Not Know About Professional Teeth Whitening

You might know that your dentist offers professional teeth whitening, and you might have considered having it done before. However, there might be a few things that you don't know about professional teeth whitening. These are some of the top things that you might not know about professional teeth whitening. It's an Effective Way to Whiten Your Teeth    First of all, the whole reason why you might be looking into professional teeth whitening in the first place could be because you're self-conscious about the colour of your teeth. [Read More]

Simple Ways to Tackle Toothache Pain Fast

When you start to feel a twinge in your teeth it's a sign that a toothache is on the way. Tooth pain is undeniably comfortable, and the only absolute resolution is to see a dentist. However, if you're leading a busy lifestyle or appointments are thin on the ground, you'll have to try tackling the pain at home. Here are some ways you can do so. Rinse With Salt Water [Read More]

Your Guide to Making a Root Canal Comfortable

Many people will experience tooth decay at some point in their lives. When the problem becomes extreme, sometimes a simple filling is not enough. Instead, your dentist may recommend you undergo a root canal procedure. This is where they drill into the pulp to remove the infection and prevent you from developing an abscess. Naturally, you may not relish the thought of a dentist drilling deep into your tooth. There are a few ways you can work with your dentist to make the procedure more comfortable, though. [Read More]