How To Prepare For A Root Canal

Posted on: 12 October 2021
Any procedure that involves a dentist can instil fear in most people. Besides, the atmosphere in the dentist's office is enough to unsettle you. You're probably wondering whether a root canal procedure is painful. Well, it's not as painful as people perceive it to be.  Besides, the procedure is relatively straightforward, and it shouldn't be stressful if you're well-prepared. So how do you prepare for a root canal procedure? Here are some simple tips that should help you get through the process.
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When Flossing Your Teeth Is Simply Too Challenging

Posted on: 1 September 2021
The simple act of flossing your teeth was thrust into the spotlight a few years back, after an investigation into whether flossing actually had any benefits suggested that the process wasn't as important as previously thought. Perhaps some Australians took this as evidence that they no longer need to bother buying dental floss, but for other Australians, it's not quite so black and white. It might be that you never floss because you find it too difficult to actually do so.
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3 Ways Intraoral Scanners Can Improve Your Invisalign Treatment

Posted on: 22 July 2021
If you want the utmost comfort and confidence while straightening your teeth, Invisalign braces are the way to go. Of course, as with all types of braces, the better the fit, the more efficiently they'll work. Choosing an orthodontist clinic with an intraoral scanner is a great way to get a perfect fit for your Invisalign, giving you the best straightening result possible at a quick pace. Here's a more in-depth look at three of their benefits.
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Has Your Dentist Prescribed Scaling and Root Planing for Your Teeth? Read This!

Posted on: 9 June 2021
Even though there is a multitude of dental issues that the average person can develop, gum disease happens to be one of the most common afflictions that the population deals with for one main reason — poor oral hygiene. Factors such as poor cleaning techniques, improper diet, inconsistency and more all increase one's risk of developing gum disease and as this issue worsens, it begins to affects the tissue that supports your teeth.
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