Dental health is a vital part of you and your family's overall health. Hence, it is important to find a dental home. A dental home is a place where all the aspects of oral health care can be comprehensively delivered in a coordinated, family centred way. Having a dental home allows you to feel comfortable
Were you aware that one early form of the toothbrush may have been invented in a prison? The creator was called William Addis, and here is his story.
Addis lived in England. Around the year 1770, he was thrown into prison for starting a riot. While there, he watched his fellow inmates as they cleaned their
Did you know it’s best to know all about dental care? Well, it’s true. This is because it can help you properly and effectively clean, care for and treat your smile, which can give you the top-notch oral health you deserve. Our [dr_type], Dr. [doctor_name], encourages you to test your dental IQ to see how
Without professional intervention from a dentist, untreated tooth decay can eventually lead to multiple cases of tooth loss. Even if you don’t experience any additional oral health complications the void in your mouth can severely impair your ability to chew food. Some patients who have lost multiple teeth also experience problems with the clarity of
With sedation dentistry, you can receive the necessary oral health care sedatives to calm and relax you before any procedures are to be given. With the use of sedation dentistry, you can find yourself being at ease rather than being stressed and anxious if your teeth and gums need any kind of dental work. Sedation
Our team at [practice_name] is committed to supporting parents of young children in encouraging healthy oral habits that can last a lifetime. Your child’s oral hygiene habits depend on a good foundation of tooth care that keeps dental problems like gum disease and tooth decay at bay.
To help you encourage your child to have oral
Your oral hygiene routines are often focused on the fundamental idea that you need to limit the risk of dental erosion. Dental erosion, also known as enamel erosion, occurs when harmful ingredients slowly wear down your tooth enamel. Typically, the destruction is a result of acids in your mouth. It is important to understand where