Basic Teeth Whitening Procedures

One of the most sought-after cosmetic procedures in Australia is teeth whitening. This is a procedure that lightens teeth by getting rid of discolouration and stains. Teeth whitening solutions contain either hydrogen peroxide or carbamide peroxide. The main distinction between whitening procedures is the amount of peroxide used, how fast the whitening occurs, and the duration of the results. The most common whitening procedures are home-based treatment and in-office treatment. Read on to know more. [Read More]

What You Need to Know About Fixing a Dental Bridge

Having chipped teeth could place you in an awkward position where your self-consciousness takes a toll on you. A dental bridge is an appliance that is placed in your mouth wherever there are missing teeth. Sometimes the bridges can serve you for years, but it is good to have them checked for repairs or replacement after a while. Repairing a dental bridge could be a little confusing, especially when you factor in work involved. [Read More]

Dentinogenesis Imperfecta: The Importance of Early Intervention

One in 6,000 to 8,000 people will develop dentinogenesis imperfecta. If you're one of these people, you might have realised that a dental condition with the word imperfecta in its name might get in the way of having a perfect smile. But how does dentinogenesis imperfecta actually affect your teeth? And what can you do to overcome these effects? Enamel Erosion and Discolouration Teeth affected by dentinogenesis imperfecta are weaker than healthy teeth. [Read More]

Understanding the Dental Implant Procedure

If you have severe tooth decay, you are likely already seeing a dentist. One of the options that may come up is the use of dental implants. Implants can be used to stabilize dentures and similar dental options. Implants can also be used to replace one or several teeth instead of using a bridge or partial. If you are choosing dental implants to help with your current tooth decay illnesses, you should have an understanding of the procedure involved. [Read More]