5 Steps to Securing Your Partial Dentures in Place

Posted on: 26 June 2019

For many people, partial dentures are the most practical solution to missing teeth. However, some people struggle to keep their partial dentures in place when they eat, speak and laugh. Here are a few tips that can assist you in achieving a more secure fit. 1. Introduce Foods Gradually It is possible to eat almost all types of food when you have partial dentures, but some foods are easier to chew than others.
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Here's a Lowdown on What a Periodontist Can Do for You

Posted on: 24 April 2019

Though also trained in general dentistry, periodontists further specialise in the diagnosis, treatment and management of gum-related conditions, jaw bone structure and supporting ligaments. Below are some of the services they offer in more detail. Gum Disease Treatment Gum infection, also referred to as periodontitis, is a common occurrence due to the sensitive nature of the gums. Common symptoms include bleeding gums, irritated and discoloured gums (deep red instead of pink) and sensitivity to touch and hot and cold beverages.
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Will Whisky Fix Your Toothache?

Posted on: 17 January 2019

If you've got a really bad toothache and your dentist isn't open, then you will be looking for ways to deal with the pain until you can get the tooth looked at. You may have tried painkillers and salt water washes, but your pain doesn't seem to be getting any better. You're open to suggestions here, and your family or friends may have given you some tips on how to dull the pain.
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Your Family Dentist's Guide to Spotting Dental Emergencies in Children

Posted on: 17 December 2018

When you're caring for children who love to run and jump, you're likely aware of the risks that come with falling. Although most kids instinctively know how to shield themselves, on some occasions they may fall and injure their mouths. Injuries aside, most family dentists will agree that dental emergencies can look different in children. Here are some ways to spot key signs: An entire tooth is missing Although it may sound as though spotting an entire missing tooth is an obvious task, the amount of bleeding that takes place after such an injury can make this difficult.
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