Wisdom Tooth Extractions: Can You Drive Yourself Home After Surgery?

Posted on: 13 August 2018
When your dentist explains how your wisdom tooth extraction will work, they will give you some post-surgical care recommendations. This typically includes some instructions on what you can and can't do for the first few days after the procedure. On a more immediate basis, you may be wondering how you'll get yourself home after the appointment. Is it safe for you to drive? What Kind of Anaesthetic Are You Having?
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6 Tips to Avoid Denture Slippage

Posted on: 26 July 2018
Dentures provide a convenient solution to missing teeth for many people, but sometimes they can cause problems with eating or speaking. If you are struggling with denture slippage, try using these top tips to reduce or resolve the problem. 1. Start With Soft Foods  Dentures are capable of chewing a wide range of foods, but it can take a while for eating with them to feel normal. When you are getting used to a new set of dentures, stick to softer foods until they feel familiar.
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Clearing Up Some Misconceptions About False Teeth

Posted on: 29 June 2018
False teeth are a great choice for anyone who has rotten or otherwise severely damaged teeth that should be extracted, or for those who have lost teeth due to disease, surgery, injury, and the like. Getting fitted for false teeth is less painful than getting dental implants, since implants require an actual surgery. Implants also may not be an option for someone who has suffered bone loss or whose jaw cannot support those implants for any reason.
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The Pain Free Dental Implant Procedure

Posted on: 22 May 2018
Most people fear dental implants because they don't like the idea of having a screw drilled into their jaw. The immediate thought is of how painful it can be, and thus they dismiss the idea of implants altogether. This decision, for the most part, is arrived at when people don't understand the damage, like shifting and imbalance, that's caused by a missing tooth. Shifting occurs when the tooth behind the missing one leans forward, and the one in front of it leans back.
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