Why Tooth Reshaping Might be Right for You

Tooth reshaping, often called tooth contouring, involves both sanding down tooth surfaces and when necessary, adding filler to shape your teeth exactly the way you want them. This allows you to create the perfect smile. However, there are other benefits of reshaping besides the obvious cosmetic improvements. Below is a brief guide to these benefits. Quick and easy  Unlike other cosmetic dentistry such as dental implants and braces which can sometimes take months to have the desired effect, contouring is very quick. [Read More]

Braces: Traditional or Invisalign: Which is Right for You?

If you are thinking about having dental realignment, you will have a choice of orthodontic treatments open to you. A major decision to make is whether to go for traditional braces or Invisalign retainers. There are a lot of different factors to consider when making your decision, and the options available to you will depend on the nature of your dental problems. Below are some essential facts to bear in mind when considering orthodontic work. [Read More]

How Can a Timer Teach Kids How to Brush Their Teeth?

As your kids get older, you'll gradually teach them the techniques they need to clean their teeth until they are old enough to do the job themselves. While kids typically learn basic brushing techniques easily enough, they may still not clean their teeth well enough for your liking. If your child knows how to brush their teeth but is still not doing a good job, they may not be spending enough time on each brushing session. [Read More]

Natural Ways to Kill Bacteria and Prevent Tartar Build-Up

Investing just a few minutes a day on caring for your teeth is quick, simple and requires minimal effort. Yet the benefits can be fantastic, everything from whiter teeth, less trips to the dentist and better oral hygiene. Something that affects everyone is plaque, which is a layer of acidic bacteria that coats the teeth. It's perfectly normal and is caused by food debris and dirt; however, when this plaque is not brushed away with regular brushing, it can harden and become mineralised. [Read More]