Think Your Teeth Are Too Long? You'll Want to Read This

Posted on: 25 October 2017

There is no universally correct length of tooth that should be displayed when you smile. Having said that, have you ever thought that your teeth are too long? The prominence of your teeth might be something that you're sensitive about, and yet chances are that you've learned to live with it. While changing the length of your teeth might sound like a major procedure, it's a relatively straightforward matter for a dentist to correct.
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Choosing Implant-Supported Dentures Can Promote Your Oral Health

Posted on: 3 October 2017

Extensive loss of teeth can occur due to disease, mechanical impact and extraction. If this is your case, you should consider looking into implant-supported dentures as your replacement option. As implied, implant-supported dentures are prosthetic teeth which are supported by metallic posts inserted into the jawbone. These products are unlike the traditional alternatives which rest directly on the gum. If you are uncertain whether this is the right choice for you, here are the potential benefits you can attain after installation.
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A Brush with Decay: Why You Don't Have Cavities Despite not Brushing Your Teeth

Posted on: 11 September 2017

It is important to brush your teeth twice a day because although you may not see it, there is a lot going on in your mouth that you aren't aware of. If you, like one in three South Australians, don't brush your teeth morning and night, you are putting your oral health at risk. However, some people rarely ever brush their teeth but don't seem to get cavities. Why is this?
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3 Ways You Are Unknowingly Setting Your Baby Up for Tooth Decay

Posted on: 22 August 2017

Many parents don't pay much attention to their babies' oral health because they just assume that the baby's milk teeth will fall out, and then they can begin to worry. However, childhood dental practices set the ball rolling for lifelong dental health, considering that the child's milk teeth serve as guides for the growth of permanent teeth. This article discusses a few things that parents of babies and toddlers do which can actually set them up for childhood tooth decay.
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