Dentures and Dentist

Dentures and Dentist

  • Why Today's Fillings Are Both Invisible and Stronger

    In the modern era, any visit to a dentist is not too much about trying to salvage what's left of a tooth due to a problem, but how to effectively repair and replace, like-for-like. Decades ago, the dentist would have fewer choices when it came to saving these teeth and if they were able to leave them in place, they would often have to replace the decay with a far from ideal material known as an amalgam.

  • What To Know Before They Go: Caring For Your Child's Mouth During Baby Tooth Loss

    Watching your child get their baby teeth is a momentous moment in their lives. This is the moment they change from being a baby to becoming an independent little eater. However, the next thing you know, six short years have passed, and the next momentous occasion in their dental development involves the loss of the baby teeth one-by-one as they are replaced with their permanent teeth. Caring for your child's mouth during this transition is important, as the gum area around the lost baby tooth is sensitive to damage at this time.

  • When Does Your Child Need To See An Emergency Dentist?

    As a parent, it's sometimes hard trying to figure out whether your child needs emergency care or if it's a situation that can wait until the next regular business day. Take, for example, teeth. Teeth are not a part of the body you want to mess with because loss of permanent teeth leads to more serious dental procedures. So how do you decide whether you need to see an emergency dentist at a clinic like Dentists @ Muswellbrook Pty Ltd?

  • What's the Tooth Fairy's Rate Today?

    The myth of a Tooth Fairy that leaves money in exchange for children's teeth is common around the world. Designed to make kids feel better about losing their baby teeth, the story goes that a magical fairy takes the tooth and leaves a small quantity of money in exchange. However, many parents find it difficult to decide exactly how much money their kids should receive for every tooth they lose. If you're struggling to decide how generous the Tooth Fairy should be in your household, the following figures may help.

  • Two Tips to Care for Braces During Flu Season

    In New South Wales, a combination of flu and gastroenteritis has seen an increase in the number of sick people at the emergency departments in the past few weeks. Since this is your first year wearing braces during the winter illness season, it is important you know in advance how to care for them if you get ill. No matter how hard you try, there is still the potential of being exposed to germs this year, and the way you react to your illness impacts your braces.

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    Dentures and Dentist

    Hello, my name is Jack. I am now 79 years old. As you can imagine, my teeth have taken something of a battering over the years. I lost a couple of teeth in a bar fight, four more decayed and one had to be extracted when it became infected. After losing so many teeth, my dentist suggested that I have dentures fitted. I was worried about this but my dentist was really great. He helped explain the procedure and then did an excellent job. I love my new dentures and I wanted to start this blog to offer help to others.

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