Teeth Whitening: Understanding The Professional Bleaching Method

Undergoing teeth whitening using the professional bleaching method can lighten the colour of your teeth by several shades. This form of teeth whitening is carried out by a dentist or dental hygienist, and before you undergo treatment, your dentist will examine your teeth to ensure you're a suitable candidate for professional bleaching. Teeth whitening treatments aren't effective on dentures, crowns or veneers, which typically have to be replaced after a whitening treatment if you want them to match the shade of your natural teeth. Read More 

Missing Multiple Teeth? Here’s How to Fix Your Smile

Having one tooth missing is a real inconvenience, but losing multiple teeth can feel like a challenge that's impossible to overcome. Whether you've lost the teeth due to injury, disease, or lifestyle factors, there are ways to restore your smile to its former glory. While solutions like traditional bridges aren't an option when you have multiple teeth missing side-by-side, there are plenty of other treatments that can work just as well. Read More 

What to Do if Your Child Has a Tooth Knocked Out

Face it--children can be clumsy. Whether they are into sports or they move around at what feels like a million miles a minute, children are always falling over or banging into things, and losing a tooth during childhood is a real possibility. If this happens to your child, it is important to stay calm, even though the situation will obviously be distressing to both you and your little one. If you're able to stay calm, your child will also be less inclined to panic. Read More 

Three Ways Veneers Can Improve the Appearance of Your Smile

Feeling dissatisfied with the appearance of your teeth? Whether you're troubled by yellowing or discoloured teeth, gaps in your smile or unsightly chipped teeth, there's a good chance that veneers can help. Veneers are very thin porcelain shells which are applied to the front of teeth to improve the way they look. Veneers are easy to apply and will be coloured to match your other teeth perfectly, so they won't be noticeable to others. Read More 

Battling Teeth Sensitivity in the Winter

The three main causes of tooth sensitivity are toothbrush abrasion, gum disease and acid erosion. In the winter, your teeth tend to be more sensitive because of the harsh cold. As winter approaches, you should protect your sensitive teeth from the cold wintry air. Apart from doing that, do the following to fight tooth sensitivity during the cold season: Use a Soft-Bristle Toothbrush Toothbrushes with firm bristles may irritate your gums. Read More