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?
[Read More]

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.
[Read More]

Answers to Questions Most Adults Have About Getting Braces for Themselves

Posted on: 14 March 2016

You're almost always able to get braces even when you're an adult, as long as the bones of your jaw are strong enough to support the constant tightening of the wires around the braces. This can mean a more attractive smile overall and in some cases, a healthier mouth. Sometimes very crooked teeth will result in inadequate support for the upper jaw, resulting in stiff muscles and soreness around the head and even the shoulders.
[Read More]

Pregnant with Gum Disease? Avoid Birth Complications with These 4 Tips

Posted on: 18 February 2016

It's common knowledge that gum disease can cause severe damage to your oral health, with effects like gum recession and tooth loss. However, did you know that it can also have a harmful and irreversible impact on the rest of your body? Studies indicate that gum disease can increase your risk of problems like heart disease. More importantly for pregnant women, it's also been linked to premature birth and low birth weight babies.
[Read More]