Some people habitually grind their teeth, often during sleep. Both children and adults do this, almost always at night.Typically tooth grinding is associated with stress and/or anxiety. Dentists call teeth grinding and clenching bruxing. Bruxing can deform the natural shape of teeth, but there are several things that can be done to restore the damage. […] Read more ›
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Do you feel uncomfortable showing your teeth when smiling but not sure how to improve the appearance of your teeth? Are you unsure where to find good smile makeover advice and how to improve your smile cost-effectively? Read our answers to the smile makeover questions below and contact us if we can be of any help. […] Read more ›
Are you conscious of your crooked or ‘goofy’ upper front teeth or simply would like to have a brighter and whiter smile but feel anxious about dentistry and don’t know how to overcome dental anxiety? We have over 30 years of experience in helping nervous patients and we hope you will find our answers useful. Does […] Read more ›
Have you ever wondered how long dental veneers can last or what happens if you get an infected nerve under a crowned or veneered tooth or how much a dental smile makeover costs? Read our blog below and find our answers to the most frequently asked questions: If I have a ‘makeover’ on my […] Read more ›
Read our second part of Wisdom Teeth series of blogs and find out when to remove or not to remove wisdom teeth, learn about the treatment and recovery process. When to treat, when not to? Generally , wisdom tooth ‘treatment’ implies removal of the tooth . In America , it is common for dentists to […] Read more ›
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