Two Cosmetic Dentistry Procedures That Will Get Rid Of Multiple Dental Flaws

Posted on: 27 July 2020
Flaws in your teeth will not only influence how you smile but how often you do, too. And if the flaws are highly conspicuous due to the severity of the damage, they can end up skewing your self-image and this will reflect in various aspects of your life whether professionally, socially or even romantically. Fortunately, cosmetic dentistry offers a myriad of solutions to help tackle even the most severe imperfections. And unlike decades past, the result will look so natural that even a discerning eye would not be able to detect that you have had dental work done.
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Understanding Dental Bridges

Posted on: 24 July 2020
Dental bridges are a type of dental treatment used to treat missing teeth alongside other alternatives like dental implants and dentures. Dentures and Dental Implants Dentures — These are considered the cheapest; they consist of artificial teeth that are attached to a plastic base inserted in your mouth. Artificial teeth are usually attached to the position where you have missing teeth. A denture with few teeth is known as a partial denture, while a denture with a full set of upper or lower teeth is known as a full denture.
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Finding the Perfect Mouthguard for Rugby Season: 3 Features to Look Out For

Posted on: 15 July 2020
As COVID-19 restrictions are being gradually relaxed around the world, rugby players can expect to soon get back on the field. Your mouthguard will be one of the most important pieces of equipment as it will protect your teeth and gums from damage upon returning to full-contact sports.  After months of being out of action, it may take some time to get used to wearing a mouthguard. Indeed, finding something with the perfect fit, look, and functionality will be key to a successful season.
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When Is Sleep Dentistry a Good Option?

Posted on: 26 June 2020
Not all patients and dental treatments work well with local anaesthetics. There are times when it helps to use deeper sedation. Sleep dentistry techniques can work with anything from mild conscious sedation to full general anaesthesia. When is this option worth considering? 1. You Have Dental Anxiety If you are nervous seeing a dentist or have a full dental phobia, then getting the treatment you need can be difficult. You might find it hard to sit in your dentist's chair and open up for a check-up.
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