People often assume that sparkling water is a healthy choice, but some have suggested that it's not as great as it seems. Is sparkling water bad for your teeth? Here's what you need to know about sparkling water.
Missing teeth can affect more than just your appearance. If you've lost one or more teeth, plugging the gap can lower your risk of oral health problems and support the healthy teeth on either side so they don't shift and become crooked.
By taking an x-ray of your mouth, your dentist can get a more complete picture of your teeth, jaws and other structures. This can help them to diagnose problems with greater accuracy and to plan treatments more effectively.
If you’re not overly thrilled to visit the dentist, you’re not alone. We’ve hand-picked the latest pain-free dental technology, sourced experienced dentists and done our research to ensure you walk out with a smile.
Christmas is coming! For many people holidays involve parties, sun, surf and beaches. But for increasing numbers of people, holidays mean a chance to get some dental work done ‘on the cheap’ overseas. There are a number of things that you need to consider before jumping in with two feet.
Like all treatments, there can sometimes be risks involved. That's why organisations such as the Australian Dental Association (ADA) recommend that you consult with your dentist rather than buying teeth whitening products from a store.
You need to have good oral health and general health to be suitable for dental implants. Age by itself is not a barrier – except when it comes to young patients whose jaws may not be fully developed yet.