Combatting Dental Phobia with Sedation Dentistry

Posted on: 30 September 2015

Being afraid of the dentist is a common phobia all over the world and can be so bad in some sufferers that they avoid a visit to their dental clinic altogether. Fear can be a lifesaver in certain situations, but it can also stop us from engaging in practical activities that are essential to living a healthy lifestyle and getting the treatment we need. If you are afraid of the dentist, the important thing to realise is that you are not alone.
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Misconceptions of Oil Pulling and Your Dental Health

Posted on: 9 September 2015

Oil pulling is something you may have seen on social media, heard about from your dentist, found in natural health blogs, or in natural health stores. You may have researched on how to do oil pulling and what you need to do it properly. What you may not know is that some of the information out there about this procedure is based on misconception and confusion. Before you move forward with an oil pulling addition to your dental health routine, consider these misconceptions and the truth about each one.
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3 Services You Will Find at Luxury Dental Clinic Spas

Posted on: 13 August 2015

When you think of going to a dental clinic the last thing you think about is probably the word luxury. You may be shocked to find that luxury dental clinics are cropping up all over the world. These clinics offer a different style of service than the ones you may be used to. Here are a few services you can find at luxury dental clinic spas in your area.  
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How Teeth Straightening Can Benefit Your Mouth and Overall Health

Posted on: 20 July 2015

Straightening the teeth is often done for the sake of appearance, and even adults today are looking into processes that can give them straight, even teeth. Your mouth and your smile can look better when you straighten your teeth and especially if you have very noticeably crooked teeth, but in some cases this can even benefit your oral health, and your health overall. How so? 1. Very crooked teeth can mean the risk of tooth loss
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