Typical Oral Problems Kids Develop That Should Have You Visit A Dentist

Posted on: 14 June 2019

Parents want the best for their children. And when it comes to their kids' health, they will do their best to ensure that they receive the proper medical care for whatever health problems that they develop. Nonetheless, one issue that tends to be overlooked is the oral health of the child. Dental care is not something that should be prioritised once your child develops their permanent teeth. In reality, their oral health should be focused on while their milk teeth are still in their mouth!
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What You Should Know About Wisdom Teeth Removal

Posted on: 4 February 2019

Wisdom teeth are the final set of four teeth that a person grows in their late teens or early twenties. If the growth and positioning of wisdom teeth are right, then there are no problems. In fact, in this case, they are an asset to the oral cavity and its function in the digestive system. On the other hand, if a wisdom tooth is not rightly placed, it has to be removed because this misplacement might damage the other teeth, the jaw, and nerves and cause infection.
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Why Has Your Child's Tooth Changed Colour After an Accident?

Posted on: 4 January 2019

Kids often get a lot of knocks and bumps, especially when they are young and are getting used to controlling their bodies. You yourself are used to dealing with regular bruises and scrapes, but when your child falls over or bumps into something, you may not be so used to managing accidents that affect their teeth. If your child bashes their mouth, then you'll check that their teeth aren't damaged. If everything looks alright, then you'll assume that no damage was done.
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Types of Dental Services

Posted on: 30 November 2018

Dental services are provided by dentists in order to treat pain, infection, disease and deformities of the teeth.  What dental services are available? Common services provided by dentists include the following: Carrying out fillings Cleaning/whitening teeth Extracting teeth Putting crowns on teeth Treating of gum disease (periodontal disease) Aligning crowded or crooked teeth Installing dental implants or bridges Most dentists are general dentists who treat and diagnose a wide variety of diseases of the teeth.
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