Braced for the Long Term: What Happens if Braces Are Never Removed?

Posted on: 30 March 2018
When a patient decides to get braces to straighten their teeth, they make a long-term commitment. That means they could be in braces for as long as 24 months, which is the average for orthodontic treatment. However, life has a habit of springing surprises. If a patient is no longer able to see their orthodontist, it is best that they remove their braces. If a patient decides to do nothing, i.
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How to Care for False Teeth Effectively

Posted on: 7 March 2018
Although today's dentures are better looking and more reliable than ever before, you should care for them nonetheless. Lack of care with a set of false teeth can lead to several problems, such as them not fitting as well as they used to and issues of discolouration. In addition, denture wearers should be knowledgeable about how best they can maintain their false teeth so that their remaining teeth and gums remain in good working order.
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What Happens When You Eat After Brushing Your Teeth at Night?

Posted on: 14 February 2018
If you have a habit of snacking or eating supper after brushing your teeth at night, you should stop and consider the risks to your oral health. Although by brushing your teeth, you have removed most of the tooth decay-causing bacteria from your mouth, eating again before going to sleep allows those bacterial organisms to thrive once more. The last thing you need while you are asleep is a few hundred million bacterial organisms eating and multiplying.
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3 Oral Health Complications That Can Be Remedied by Treating Misaligned Teeth Early

Posted on: 22 January 2018
Teeth are the most visible part of a person's smile. That is why any blemishes with the colour, structure or arrangement of teeth can affect the appearance of one's smile. Misaligned teeth are a common cause of crooked smiles. Many people seeking treatment for this dental problem think it is simply a cosmetic issue, but nothing could be further from the truth. If left untreated, misalignment of the teeth can lower the patient's confidence and self-esteem, but also cause a number of serious oral health problems.
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