If your jaw aches or makes sounds when you open and close your mouth, you should make an appointment to see a dentist or doctor. There can be many possible reasons for jaw pain, and delaying treatment could make the problem and the symptoms worse.
Some of the most common causes of jaw pain are:
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Toothache may be temporary or it could be a sign of something more serious. It can range in intensity from a mild ache to severe tooth pain, which may be constant or come and go. The pain may be isolated to a single tooth or spread to other parts of the face and jaw.
If your toothache is caused b..... Read more
Dental anxiety can affect people of all ages and is fairly common in Australia. People who've had bad experiences with dental visits in the past may feel nervous about visiting again, or anxiety may be based around certain aspects of the dental experience such as a fear of needles, fear of pain or f..... Read more
Are you worried about your breath? You're not alone. Around 2.4% of Australian adults have halitosis, which can be a source of embarrassment and social anxiety. Bad breath can also have other causes.
As well as giving your breath an odour, halitosis symptoms can also include dry mouth, thickened..... Read more
Many people fall into bad habits over the Christmas holidays, with the promise of getting their health back on track in the New Year. But letting your oral hygiene routine slide can do a lot of harm, especially if you're indulging in sweet treats over the festive period.
Follow these tips from Sydne..... Read more