You may not know it but gum disease is the number one cause of tooth loss, so it is essential to know how to get healthy gums, and how to keep them that way. The scary part is that most people don’t know that they have gum disease because it is relatively painless but by paying attention to your dental hygiene and brushing and flossing daily you can keep your gums healthy.
“How white can my teeth get”is a common topic of discussion for anyone considering their teeth whitening options. The answer isn't straightforward since it can depend on a variety of factors such as the natural colour of a person's teeth, how well their teeth respond to teeth whitening, and the type of teeth whitening products or treatments.
Many people are seeking information on how to treat gingivitis because believe it or not, it's surprisingly common. In fact, in a nationwide 2009 study on Periodontal Diseases in the Australian Adult Population it was found that 24% of people tested showed early signs of gum disease (gingivitis).
So, you're concerned that your teeth aren't as white as they once were and you really want to do something about it. Firstly, don't worry because you're not alone. Did you know that around 55% of Australians feel the same way about their teeth? As a result, more and more people are seeking out safe hydrogen peroxide teeth whitening options. While there are a number of hydrogen peroxide fixes available, have you ever wondered why your teeth darken in the first place?
So you're sick to the buck teeth.... oops, back teeth with your unsightly smile. Don't worry, you're
not alone in feeling this way. According to a recent survey, 55% of Aussie adults don't like how their teeth look and a whopping 62% of us would certainly consider teeth straightening.
While it's well documented that dental implant surgery is a pain free procedure, many people are worried about tooth implant pain after surgery. Once the anaesthetic wears off, the question on many patient's lips is...will it hurt and if so, for how long? In this post we'll take a closer look at what you can expect after surgery and how it will affect you.
What are the differences between a dental bridge vs implant and how do you know which is best for you? Dental implants are often favoured over bridges because of the level of customisation that goes into their construction and the comfort and confidence they provide.