5 Tips to Recover From Root Canal Treatment
4 January 2022
A root canal treatment can save a decaying tooth. The procedure itself should not be painful, as dentists use local anesthetic to numb your tooth, but recovery can be a little uncomfortable. Follow these five tips to recover safely and comfortably.
1. Use Appropriate Pain Relief
Everyday pain medications like ibuprofen and paracetamol are both safe to use following a root canal treatment. You can use them in combination if you need to, but do not exceed the maximum dose of either.
How to Tell If Invisalign Is Right for You
5 November 2021
Orthodontic treatment comes in various forms. One such form is Invisalign. Like all braces, Invisalign can move teeth and shift them into different positions in the mouth. But if Invisalign can do the same things that standard metal braces can do, then why not just choose metal braces?
Invisalign has some important differences in appearance and function that may make them a better option for you, depending on your preferences or needs.
How Your Dentist Is Becoming More Eco-Friendly
17 September 2021
Dentistry is a vital service, but like everything in the modern world, it leaves a carbon footprint that may be contributing to climate change. Fortunately, many practices are changing to eco-friendly ways of working. You may want to check how far your own practice has adopted these strategies.
Dental clinics are like any other business in that they generate waste. Although this is unavoidable it can be limited, and its impact can be lessened by using biodegradable materials.
5 Advantages of Denture Relines
16 August 2021
When you develop a minor problem with the way your dentures fit, your dentist might recommend that you have them relined. Denture relines involve replacing the lining of the denture base with new lining that is a better fit for your mouth. Here are several benefits that you can expect to enjoy after a denture reline.
1. Easier Mealtimes
After the lining of your dentures is replaced with a new lining, you should notice that they fit much more securely in your mouth.