A Sparkling Smile: How to Clean and Whiten Your Smile in One Day

3 January 2018
 Categories: Dentist, Blog

If you have an important event coming up, you'll want to ensure that you look your best. Whatever the occasion, your smile is one of your most important assets. If time is limited, it is possible to have your teeth cleaned and whitened in one dental appointment. However, this option is not available to everyone. It all depends on the condition of your oral health. In-Office Whitening Better on Clean Teeth Read More 

More Than Just a Root: What Does a Tooth Lose After a Root Canal?

5 December 2017
 Categories: Dentist, Blog

The onset of a toothache signals the beginning of the end for a tooth's root (pulp). Although pain doesn't always mean the end for a root, as roots can recover, there is a high likelihood that a root canal will become necessary. Pain indicates that the nerve within the tooth has suffered, or is suffering, from trauma. If the nerve dies, it will decay inside the tooth, and an infection will ensue. Read More 

3 Dental Hygiene Tips for a Healthier Smile

6 November 2017
 Categories: Dentist, Blog

Would you like to have an attractive smile? Dental hygiene is a critical factor in not just developing good teeth that give you a great smile, but also in preventing dental problems from becoming much worse.  Here are some tips to help you develop good oral hygiene. Brush Twice Every Day The foundation of effective oral hygiene starts with brushing your teeth as recommended by dentists the world over. The first aspect is to ensure you brush your teeth twice every day. Read More 

Dental Problems That Your Regular Visits to the Dental Office Can Help Prevent

17 October 2017
 Categories: Dentist, Blog

Dentists are medical practitioners that deal with all sorts of problems relating to the teeth. One of the questions that they are most frequently asked is how often people should visit a dentist. Many people think they should only see a dentist when they are faced with a serious dental problem like severe toothache or when they suffer dramatic trauma to a tooth, like when a tooth is knocked out of its socket. Read More 

What’s the Point of Dental Pulp? Why Your Teeth Have Nerves Inside Them

27 September 2017
 Categories: Dentist, Blog

Have you ever wondered what causes your teeth to ache and throb incessantly whenever you get a cavity or receive a blow to the mouth? The cause lies within the tooth itself, beyond the hard outer layer of enamel. In the centre of all teeth is a chamber which houses a collection of nerves and blood vessels. This collection of tissue is known to dentists as the "pulp", and is the cause of every toothache you have ever had. Read More