The Annoyance of Denture Stomatitis (and How to Get Rid of It)

Posted on: 18 May 2016

Denture stomatitis occurs when the sections of your gums that are in contact with your dentures become inflamed. It can be quite common, but this does not mean that it's something you need to tolerate. The gums might simply feel a little irritated, or they might in fact become painful. If you've ever suffered from inflamed gums when wearing your dentures, then it's time to look at some of the cause of denture stomatitis, as well as some straightforward ways to get rid of this annoyance.
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How to Oil Pull Through Morning Sickness

Posted on: 28 April 2016

If you're a regular oil puller, you may be keen to carry on pulling when you get pregnant to help you maintain a good level of oral hygiene. Oil pulling is generally considered to be a useful way of removing toxins from your mouth that may help you avoid issues such as dental decay and gum disease. The practice may be particularly useful during this time of your life, as your pregnancy increases the chances of gum problems.
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Delving into the world of cosmetic dentistry

Posted on: 13 April 2016

The demand for cosmetic dental treatments has soared in recent years.  This upward trajectory is likely to continue for some time, with many experts predicting that by 2020, the international cosmetic dentistry market will be worth $22.4 billion. Once thought to be accessible only by the rich and famous, dental work of this kind is now something which virtually everyone can avail themselves of, if they so choose. What exactly is cosmetic dentistry?
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Questions Many Parents Have About the Care of a Child's Teeth

Posted on: 14 March 2016

A child is never too young for a parent to consider the care and condition of their teeth and mouth. A paediatric dentist can examine your child's mouth and note any personalised advice you might need for keeping their teeth healthy, but you should consider some additional questions to ask the dentist during your appointment. This will ensure you get all the information you need to keep your child's teeth and mouth healthy, no matter their age.
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