Surgical Dental Treatment: Understanding the Anaesthesia Options

Posted on: 2 October 2017
Dental surgery is essential for numerous conditions affecting the teeth and the supporting structures. The common forms of dental restoration which require surgical intervention include root canal therapy, complicated tooth extraction, insertion of dental prosthetics and periodontal treatment. In general, the success achieved through dental surgery is high. However, the prospect of these procedures can be painful and mentally stressful for patients. Therefore, dentists have excellent pain management and anti-anxiety anaesthetic products and processes.
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Return Some Uniformity to Your Smile: When a Single Tooth Is Discoloured

Posted on: 11 September 2017
Sometimes your teeth might not be as white as you like, and yet there should be a uniformity of colour when you smile. A single discoloured tooth can really stand out when you smile, and this can naturally make you feel self conscious. You might have learned to live with it, but you really don't have to. The shade of the tooth doesn't necessarily mean that there is anything wrong with its structural integrity, and yet the aesthetics can be displeasing.
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Are Same-Day Dental Crowns Right for You?

Posted on: 11 August 2017
If you have a tooth that is chipped, cracked or otherwise severely damaged, you might want to have it covered with a dental crown. A crown, or cap, is a type of covering that is put over a tooth and glued into place. Getting crowns is a very common dental procedure, and these crowns are typically not noticeable, so friends and family won't realize that you've gotten this procedure done.
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Why Is it So Important to Prevent Tartar Building Up on Your Dental Implants?

Posted on: 8 May 2017
Plaque is a colourless film of bacteria and sugars, and it helps cause decay and other oral health issues. When plaque is mixed with the minerals in your saliva and allowed to calcify, it becomes tartar, which fixes to your teeth and can only be removed by a dental professional. This is why it's so important to brush natural teeth each day. However, not many people are aware of the fact that tartar can develop on implant dentures just as easily as it does on natural teeth.
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