5 Ways to Keep Bad Breath at Bay While Undergoing Invisalign Treatment

Posted on: 3 March 2021

Some patients complain that they suffer from bad breath while undergoing Invisalign treatment. But Invisalign aligners don't cause bad breath. The cause of bad breath during Invisalign treatment stems from the oral habits of the patients undergoing the treatment. These oral habits, when combined with Invisalign aligners, can lead to bad breath. Fortunately, if you are about to undergo Invisalign treatment, you can take steps to ensure that bad breath never becomes a problem during your treatment.
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Helping You Understand Root Canals

Posted on: 26 January 2021

Tooth decay is a common tooth ailment associated with people who do not observe good dental hygiene. What Happens? Bacteria multiply in your mouth and start eating away at your teeth. A tooth has three distinct layers: the outermost, enamel; the middle layer, dentine; and the innermost, pulp cavity. Bacteria start eating away at your enamel. At this time, you may not feel anything, but you might notice food sticking on the top surface of your tooth, where a hole may have started forming.
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What Types of Cosmetic Dentistry Can Dentists Perform?

Posted on: 15 December 2020

You may think that the average dentist in Australia spends all day performing routine check-ups for their patients with the occasional filling here and there. However, this is far from the truth due to the global increase in demand for various cosmetic treatments that most dental practitioners now offer. Cosmetic dentistry treatments are highly likely to be available from your dentist, so why not ask him or her about the sort of procedures that you might like to take advantage of?
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3 Ways to Know When to Take Your Child to a Dentist for the First Time

Posted on: 2 November 2020

A lot of people generally understand the fact that they should take great care of their teeth right from the moment they appear. However, dental hygiene in children is still an ambiguous concept to a lot of people. A lot of parents teach their children how to brush, but rarely follow up on flossing or enforcing rules to discourage eating sugar and other foods that damage the teeth. As a result, a lot of kids still end up with dental health complications.
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