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Does root canal treatment hurt? No, as you are given local anaesthetic during the procedure. However, prior to requiring root canal treatment you will likely experience some discomfort and pain which makes the procedure necessary. I believe education is a key part of eliminating anxiety before any dental procedure, so this article will cover everything […]
Although the answer depends on your condition and goals, I tell patients to generally expect teeth alignment to take between 12 to 24 months. In this article, I’ll explain the factors that affect how long you’ll need to wear braces or clear aligners so you have a better idea of what to expect.
Leveraging my 10 years’ in dentistry and my experience with thousands of clients, I have put together a guide on what to eat and avoid after wisdom teeth removal to ensure a speedy recovery. Initially, you should focus on no-chew foods and gradually reintroduce soft foods while avoiding alcohol, smoking, and spicy or hard foods […]
Has your dentist recommended that you get your wisdom teeth extracted? If so, you may be worried about possible pain and the recovery process after wisdom tooth extraction. I’m here to help you understand exactly what to expect during wisdom tooth extraction, how to prepare to get your wisdom teeth out, and what to expect […]
Oral health affects far more than just your teeth and gums. Along with a higher risk of decay, gum disease, and tooth loss, poor oral health is linked to certain health conditions, decreased well-being, and lower quality of life.
Did you know 1 in 6 Australian adults experience dental anxiety? Fortunately, there are a variety of ways to manage dental anxiety and ensure you get the oral health care you need.
If an infection develops in the nerve of your tooth, a root canal treatment may be needed to heal the infection and prevent tooth loss. Although root canal treatment is a common, highly effective dentistry procedure, many patients are intimidated when they hear they need a root canal.
Wearing your seatbelt in a vehicle or putting a helmet on for a bike ride are common ways to stay safe. But how often do you make sure to protect your mouth? If you participate in contact sports, wearing a mouthguard can help prevent injury to your teeth, gums, face, jaw, and lips.