Do You Need Surgery to Fix a Denture Epulis?

10 December 2018
 Categories: Dentist, Blog

If your dentures rub against your gums and mouth, then you can develop sores and ulcers. In some cases, people get a harder callus from their false teeth. This is called an epulis. What is a denture epulis and what can you do to get rid of it? What Is a Denture Epulis? When you first had your dentures fitted, you may have had a few problems with general ulcers. These occur as your mouth gets used to wearing dentures. Read More 

3 Common Types of Treatments Offered Under Preventative Dentistry

26 October 2018
 Categories: Dentist, Blog

Practicing preventative dentistry is vital when it comes to maintaining a healthy mouth. You can keep dental problems at bay by brushing and flossing regularly, avoiding a sugar-rich diet, not biting on hard foods, wearing a mouthguard to prevent sports trauma and also by seeing your general dentist regularly for dental checkups.   General dentists can provide a wide range of preventative dental treatments geared towards helping patients keep their mouth healthy. Read More 

Tooth Whitening: Preparations You Need to Know About

21 September 2018
 Categories: Dentist, Blog

Teeth whitening is one of the most common procedures a dentist has to perform on an everyday basis. Many people get their teeth whitened to get rid of stains caused by consumption of darkening fluids like coffee and overall darkening of the enamel caused by age. There are many products you can use at home out on the market, but to be sure you get a result as good as possible, it's safer to go to a dentist. Read More 

Keeping Your Teeth Sparkling After Having Them Whitened

21 August 2018
 Categories: Dentist, Blog

Having a professional tooth whitening treatment is the best way by far to make your teeth sparkle. It's more effective than home treatments, but, of course, it usually costs a bit more for such an effective way to get your teeth whiter. There's no permanent solution to discoloured teeth, however, and eventually you'll need to have them whitened again if you want them to stay perfect. To delay this happening, there are a few things you can do after your initial whitening treatment so your teeth are less likely to become discoloured quickly. Read More 

6 Tips for Dealing With a Broken Dental Crown

25 July 2018
 Categories: Dentist, Blog

Dental crowns are usually durable and can last for many years, but occasionally they break and require repair. If you have bitten down on a piece of food and felt your dental crown crack, here are a few steps you should take right away to limit the damage. 1. Assess the Situation When you feel your dental crown break, go to the mirror so you can take a look at the situation. Read More