If you have knocked out a tooth, have a toothache, lost a filling, broken a tooth or denture we understand that you will need to be seen as soon as possible. That’s why we reserve appointments throughout the day for emergency care. Call today! If you have knocked a tooth out it is critical to get to a dentist within 30 minutes for successful re-implantation. Follow this link for more information: First Aid for a Damaged or Knocked Out Tooth ADA Fact Sheet
Last week was Women’s Health Week which reminded us that the two biggest barriers for women not maintaining a healthy lifestyle is ‘lack of time’ and ‘health not being a priority’. Ladies it is time to put ourselves first, even if it’s just for one week, and start making positive changes that can last a lifetime. Read our downloadable information brochure for dental oral health issues that women face including sensitive, swollen and bleeding gums during pregnancy and menopause – Women’s Oral Health
Not only do our teeth help enable us to chew and speak properly, they also enhance our smile and help retain a youthful appearance. If you have lost a tooth, here is a simple guide on options for replacement.
Good oral hygiene and regular dental visits are especially important for woman because hormonal changes throughout a woman’s life can increase her risk of tooth and gum disease. Our new information brochure “Women’s Oral Health” is available to download.
Flossing your teeth daily will increase the chances of keeping your teeth for a lifetime and decrease your chances of developing gum disease. Here is a handy guide on how to floss.
Do you know what causes dental decay and the best ways to prevent cavities? This information brochure answers these questions and more:
Have you ever considered straightening your teeth but you don’t like the look of traditional braces? Invisalign might be for you. More information can be found in our
Have your teeth been sensitive or do they feel sharp? Do they look like they are wearing away? You may have erosion. This is different to dental decay. For more information refer to our