Helping Your Child Get Over the Fear of Dentists

11 December 2020
 Categories: Dentist, Blog

It is not uncommon for your child to fear the dentist or dental clinic; this can be because of the dental clinic setting, which might seem scary to them or the fact that your child associates the dental clinic with pain or discomfort. Here's what you need to do to ensure your child gets over the fear of dentists. Visit A Paediatric Dentist First, a paediatric dental clinic is usually set up in a way that makes it child friendly, meaning any piece of equipment that might scare a child is decorated in a way that makes a child comfortable. Read More 

5 Ways to Reduce Teeth Whitening Sensitivity

28 October 2020
 Categories: Dentist, Blog

Teeth whitening can give you a bright and pleasing smile. But some people struggle with tooth whitening sensitivity, especially after they have whitened their teeth. This may be off-putting for some people. Fortunately, you can take some steps post-whitening to alleviate any sensitivity that you might experience. 1. Avoid Hot and Cold Drinks After tooth whitening, your teeth are even more sensitive than usual. This is because the pores of your teeth open slightly during the whitening process. Read More 

What Happens If You Undergo Invisalign Treatment With a Missing Tooth?

22 June 2020
 Categories: Dentist, Blog

Unlike traditional metal braces, which remain on your teeth for months or even years, Invisalign aligners are removable. This makes Invisalign a popular orthodontic approach for people who want to be discreet about their treatment. But if you have one or more missing teeth, you might wonder if this will prevent you from undergoing Invisalign treatment. Don't worry — it won't. Even with missing teeth, you can still use Invisalign. But there will be some slight differences to your treatment. Read More 

4 Dental Treatments You Can Replace With Composite Bonding in One Appointment

22 June 2020
 Categories: Dentist, Blog

Composite bonding is a versatile dental treatment. Because it is inexpensive, it's ideal for patients who currently can't afford more expensive alternatives. And you can achieve results with composite bonding much faster than you would with several other similar treatments. So although composite bonding is a short-term fix, if time and money are an issue for you, you can replace several more expensive and time-consuming treatments with it in one sitting. Read More