Are you self-conscious of your breath? If you can smell (or even taste) something off in you mouth, this could be a sign of poor oral hygiene, or worse, disease.
Tania Wieclaw is the Front Desk Coordinator at Mulgrave Dental Group. She has been working in the dental industry for 10 years. We sat down and had a chat with her about oral health, how to stay calm in the waiting room, and more. Here's what Tania has to say.
Toothache? Go to the dentist. Hair damage? Go to the dentist.
Chewing gum… is it good or bad for your teeth?
Losing baby teeth was an exciting time during childhood. If it happens to your adult teeth, however, it’s a completely different story.
The more tooth brushing, the better – right? Wrong.
A dental crown is a tooth-shaped cap custom-made to cover the outside of a tooth. They are the best solution to cover and protect teeth that are beyond repair, by restoring the tooth shape, size, and strength as well as improve the tooth appearance.
A visit to the dentist is so much more than whitening your smile. Oral health affects our ability to speak, eat, smile and express emotions. It also affects our social lives, self-esteem, performance and attendance at work and/or school.
Not only does a balanced diet full of vitamins and minerals help our body to look and feel good… it also contributes towards a healthy smile.
Are you self-conscious of discoloured teeth?