Highly Sensitive To Allergies? You Need To Talk To Your Dentist Before You Get Veneers

Getting veneers is an ideal way to correct dental defects such as chipped or crooked teeth. However, as a person who already has an overly sensitive body, you need to take extra precautions before you make the appointment to have your veneers bonded onto your teeth. An allergy to the dental bonding material is possible based on your current allergies, so these are the points you need to think about before you take the next step. [Read More]

7 Tips to Stop Your Partial Dentures From Slipping

When you first get partial dentures, they can feel awkward. For example, you may notice them shifting slightly in your mouth as you chew. Try using these tips to help keep your dentures securely in place when you eat, drink and speak. 1. Chew on Both Sides of Your Mouth Chewing only on one side of your mouth can put uneven forces on your dentures, which can cause them to tilt and shift. [Read More]

Partial Dentures or Dental Implants? How to Choose Your Tooth Replacement Solution

If you are missing a single tooth or several adjacent teeth in part of your mouth, you can choose to replace them with dental implants or partial dentures. Both these solutions create the illusion of a flawless smile, but there are important differences between the two treatments that you need to consider when choosing which option is right for you. What are Partial Dentures? Partial dentures are a set of one or more false teeth attached to a plastic framework that attaches to your neighbouring teeth. [Read More]

4 Common Root Canal Myths

The words 'Root Canal' are enough to make even the bravest dental patient feel faint. There are many tales about the amount of pain and distress caused by root canal treatment, but how many of these myths are actually true? Below 4 of the most common myths about root canal treatment are dispelled. Myth 1—Root Canal Treatment Will Be Painful While having a root canal might have been painful in the past, advancements in dental technology and pain control mean that having the procedure performed today isn't any more painful than having a tooth cavity filled. [Read More]