1. When an Electric Toothbrush Head Needs Replacing

    January 19, 2019 by 21-admin
    teeth, health,smile, dentist, oralhealth, dentalhealth

    As with an ordinary toothbrush, the electric version is subject to wear and tear from friction against the teeth and not designed to last indefinitely. With normal everyday usage an electric toothbrush head should be replaced every three to four months but there are exceptions to the rule. The toothbrush head should be changed if: …read the full article…


  2. What To Expect After Wisdom Tooth Extraction

    January 18, 2019 by 21-admin
    teeth, health, smile, dentist,dentalhealth, oralhealth

    If you’re scheduled to have wisdom teeth surgery, you will want to be familiar with the healing process and with the most common things you can expect post-op. Key takeaways: – Swelling should go down within a few days after the procedure. – There might be some minor bleeding, which you can alleviate by keeping …read the full article…


  3. Reasons for a Discoloured Tongue

    January 12, 2019 by 21-admin
    teeth, health, smile, dentist,dentalhealth, oralhealth

    Noticing discolouration when you examine your tongue can be worrying. There could be a number of factors for a discoloured tongue and consulting your dentist will evaluate the underlying reasons. Key takeaways: – Apart from color, symptoms include fever, dehydration and, in the case of oral thrush, white patches and a burning sensation. – Causes …read the full article…


  4. Getting Invisalign or Braces When You Have Veneers

    January 8, 2019 by 21-admin
    teeth, health,smile, dentist, oralhealth, dentalhealth

    If you have beautiful porcelain veneers attached to your teeth, you may wonder if it’s still possible to have orthodontic work to straighten your smile or resolve any gaps: – The best option is Invisalign, which involves removable aligners to straighten your teeth. – Traditional braces can be used as long as the brackets are …read the full article…


  5. Why You Should Consider Teeth Whitening Today!

    January 4, 2019 by 21-admin
    teeth, health, smile, dentist,dentalhealth, oralhealth

    There are multiple reasons why teeth whitening may improve your life: – A brighter whiter smile can make you feel better about yourself, generating increased confidence. – Once you have had your teeth whitened you will want to keep them bright and sparkling so you will take even better care of them with your daily …read the full article…


  6. Selecting a Good Family Dentist

    December 29, 2018 by 21-admin
    teeth, health, smile, dentist,dentalhealth, oralhealth

    While your own personal dentist may be exactly what you need, it doesn’t necessarily mean that he or she is ideal for your family. Some dentists specialise in adult teeth while others are more concerned with treating children. Selecting a good family dentist involves a little research and items on the checklist should include: – …read the full article…


  7. All You Need to Know About Teething

    December 26, 2018 by 21-admin
    teeth, health,smile, dentist, oralhealth, dentalhealth

    Babies start to develop baby teeth from around the age of 6 months. This can result in irritability, drooling, chewing objects and can affect their sleep. The following tips may help: – The pressure in baby’s gums can be soothed by giving them a cold spoon or frozen washcloth to chew on. – Giving baby …read the full article…


  8. It’s Never Too Late to Consider Getting Your Teeth Straightened

    December 24, 2018 by 21-admin
    teeth, health,smile, dentist, oralhealth, dentalhealth

    Crooked teeth and a misaligned bite will only worsen with age so it may still be worth considering getting them straightened: – Having teeth straightened by braces can allow them to be cleaned more effectively. – This reduces the chances of gum disease which is associated with heart disease and lung infections. – It is …read the full article…


  9. Root Canal Treatment

    December 14, 2018 by 21-admin
    https://yourdentalhealthresource.com/how-to-care-for-a-tooth-after-a-root-canal/

    Root canal therapy is very effective in restoring damaged or infected teeth and avoiding the necessity for an extraction. It is a surgical procedure carried out by a dentist or endodontist which removes damaged nerve tissue from the centre of the affected tooth. There are three steps to the procedure: – The tooth is numbed …read the full article…


  10. Dealing with a Child’s Loose Teeth

    December 12, 2018 by 21-admin
    teeth, health, smile, dentist,dentalhealth, oralhealth

    It is a common question from parents: When a milk tooth is loose, should we allow it to fall out naturally, or should we try to pull it out? You can contact your dentist for advice but generally: – It is a natural process and the tooth will come out of its own accord when …read the full article…





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