Understanding The Types Of Drugs Used In Dentistry

When you visit your dentist for treatment, they can prescribe a range of drugs to manage dental pain, carry out treatment safely and support the healing process. As a patient, it's important you understand the common types of drugs used in dentistry, as this will enable you to make informed decisions about your treatment when a dentist recommends a drug as part of your care plan. Here's an overview of the types of drugs commonly used by dentists: [Read More]

There's No Reason to Put Up With Crooked Teeth Any Longer

Crooked teeth can affect your self-esteem, as you may be so self-conscious and embarrassed about your teeth that you're afraid to smile or talk when you're around other people. Very crooked teeth can even interfere with your job prospects, as you may hesitate to go on interviews or take any position that brings you into close contact with other people very day. Very crooked teeth can also becomes easily damaged, as they may rub against each other and wear away tooth enamel. [Read More]

Dental Implants for Senior Citizens: Why Age is Just a Number when it Comes to Dental Implants

It doesn't matter how old you are. Dental crowns and implants are a viable option for you. In fact, dental implants can make you look and feel much younger simply by giving you back your smile and the ability to chew comfortably and confidently. Whether you are 65 or 95, dental implants can make a huge difference to your well-being. Dentures, while preferable to having no teeth, can be painful and awkward—and sometimes embarrassing. [Read More]

An Apple a Day Keeps the Doctor Away — but What About the Dentist?

Everyone knows the old rhyme, and everyone knows the common-sense advice behind it — that eating a healthy diet is conducive to good health. If you can stay healthy by yourself, then there's little need to drag yourself out to the doctor's office. But it's not just the doctor's office that takes up time and frays the nerves. In fact, many people are much more nervous about visiting the dentist than they are about seeing their GP. [Read More]