Keep Smiling: Dental Tips for the Whole Family

5 Ways Grinding Your Teeth Can Impact Your Oral Health

Chronic tooth grinding, which is more properly known as 'bruxism', is a condition that can be caused by anything from stress to misaligned teeth, and it's often something people don't even know they are doing since grinding usually occurs while they sleep. While mild grinding doesn't usually require treatment, the condition can eventually damage your oral health, so it's worth talking to your dentist if you think you may be suffering.   Read More...

Understanding Your Child's Dental Health Needs

Taking care of your child's dental health is essential to their overall health and well-being. As a parent, you need to understand the basics of children's dental health so that you can accurately support your child throughout the different stages of their dental development. From the first tooth to braces, this blog post will guide you through some tips on how to keep your child's teeth healthy and strong. Establishing Healthy Habits Early On   Read More...

Bleeding After Brushing? See Your Dentist

Bleeding gums after you've brushed your teeth should lead you to ask a couple of questions. Did you brush or floss particularly hard—hard enough to cut your gums? If yes, be more careful next time. If no, move on to the next question: when was your last dental examination? If it's further in the past than you'll care to admit, you may have discovered the reason for your bleeding gums.   Read More...

3 Types Of Dental Services You Might Need

Dental services are a must for taking care of your mouth, teeth and gums. From regular checkups to more advanced treatments, there are various services your dentist can provide to keep your mouth healthy. Here are three standard dental services you might require at some point. Cosmetic Dental Services If you have dental issues that are purely aesthetic, such as discoloured or misshapen teeth, you may benefit from cosmetic dental services.   Read More...

What to Do After a Tooth Avulsion Accident

While you may not fancy visiting a dentist for emergency dental care, dental emergencies are a fact of life, and like everyone else, you never know when they will happen. What you should do in a dental emergency situation depends on the specific issue you are facing and its related symptoms. An avulsed or knocked-out tooth is one of the scariest dental emergencies you may face at some point in life.   Read More...