For anyone who wants to look their best, cosmetic dentistry is rapidly becoming as important as a trip to the hairdresser or beautician, thanks to the gleaming white smiles of A-list celebrities. Cosmetic dentists deal with any dental procedure that's designed to improve the aesthetics of your teeth and mouth, and the list of tricks in their tool kits are staggering. A cosmetic dentist can make your teeth straighter, improve your bite and remove gaps between your teeth, do away with cracks and chips in damaged teeth and even apply new, tooth-like resin to worn tooth surfaces, all of which makes them quite popular in celebrity circles. [Read More]
A Brief Guide to Dental Abscesses
A dental abscess is a pocket of pus inside your tooth or gum, caused by a bacterial infection. It can be very painful and also can stop you from sleeping well. A dental abscess will not get better without treatment, may start to affect other parts of the body and may even result in loss of the affected tooth. Dental abscesses are a very common reason for people to visit emergency dentists, as they wait until the pain is unbearable and then require out-of-hours treatment. [Read More]
What Causes Denture Acrylic to Turn White?
Dentures don't just help you to eat; they are also an important aspect of your day-to-day interaction with people. That is why it is important that they appear as real as possible. After all, it is hardly good for your confidence when people are staring at and commenting on your dentures all day long. To that end, finding a reputable dentist should be your first priority when you are looking to replace teeth with dentures. [Read More]
A guide to tooth abscesses
A tooth abscess is a very painful dental condition which usually requires emergency treatment. Read on to learn more about this dental problem. What is a tooth abscess? A tooth abscess is an infected, pus-filled sack which develops inside a tooth. It is caused by a specific type of bacteria. It is most likely to occur if a person develops a cavity and chooses not to get it filled in by their dentist, as this gap serves as an entryway that allows the harmful bacteria to enter the tooth and create an infection. [Read More]