5 Questions an Emergency Dentist Might Ask

When you schedule an appointment with an emergency dentist, it is a good idea to ensure you have all the information that the dentist is likely to need to diagnose and treat your dental problem. Think about how you would answer the following questions to help your emergency dental appointment go as quickly and smoothly as possible.  1. Where is the Source of the Pain? Emergency dentists need to know where it hurts so they can work out what is causing your dental pain. [Read More]

Two Reasons You Should Discuss Your Chronic Snoring with Your Dentist

If your partner or other people who live in your home have informed you that you always snore when you sleep, then you should talk about this issue with your dentist. Continue reading to find out why. To ensure the oral dryness caused by snoring doesn't ruin your dental health Whilst you might think that snoring is an innocuous issue that only causes problems for the people who have to sleep near you at night, the reality is that if you don't discuss it with your dentist and ask them to help you find a way to put an end to it, it could ruin your dental health. [Read More]

Two types of dental patients that might want to use the services of a sleep dentist

Sleep dentists are equipped to sedate patients who require dental work but who, for a variety of reasons, cannot be awake whilst this work is carried out. Here are two examples of people who could benefit from using the services of a sleep dentist. People who have Tourette Syndrome Tourette Syndrome is a neurological condition that causes a person to suffer from 'tics'. 'Tics' are involuntary physical movements and noises that a person with this health issue makes. [Read More]

How Implant Dentures and Conventional Dentures Affect Your Jawbones

Living with few usable teeth or no teeth at all has a huge impact on the way you eat and speak. But not everyone can afford to replace most, or all, of their teeth with dental implants. Fortunately, dentures are cheaper and offer you at least some of your former bite strength and capability back. But you might be struggling to decide between an implant denture and a traditional, unsupported denture. [Read More]