Posted on: 01 July, 2021
Do you or someone in your family snore? While snoring may be embarrassing for the snorer or annoying for other people, it doesn't usually cause serious problems – but more severe snoring can affect physical and mental health if it disturbs your sleep or it's a symptom of an underlying problem such a.....
Posted on: 11 June, 2021
Looking after your teeth and gums involves more than twice daily brushing and flossing. Just as important for your oral health is what you eat and drink.
Cutting down on sugar is a great start for helping you avoid tooth decay and other dental problems, but it's also useful to know what foods and dr.....
Posted on: 14 May, 2021
Before tooth-coloured white fillings became the new standard, metal amalgam fillings were used to repair decayed and damaged teeth for more than 150 years. These fillings combine several metals including copper, mercury, tin, zinc and occasionally silver, creating strong and long-lasting restoration.....
Posted on: 22 April, 2021
Do you or your kids still get cavities or other dental problems, even though you brush your teeth every day?
Regular teeth brushing is one of the best ways to keep plaque and tooth decay at bay, but you need to make sure you're brushing your teeth the right way. Good brushing includes everything fro.....
Posted on: 19 February, 2021
Tooth enamel may be the hardest material in the body, but teeth can still crack under pressure. Cracks in teeth can expose the softer inner layers of teeth to bacteria and may even lead to tooth loss without treatment. More severe injuries could see you losing a tooth altogether.
A cracked tooth isn.....