Blogs (weblogs) are like personal diaries that people share online, a journal to talk or communicate about things that may be current or upcoming events.
Here at Smile House, we like to keep up with new and interesting things that may be happening in the dental world and maintain an ongoing chronicle of new dental information that can assist or help outpatients and us to have greater dental knowledge or awareness.
We may focus on a particular topic that may interest our patients. They may be on things such as good oral health, diet, kinds of toothpaste, flossing techniques, injuries in sports, etc. There may also be links to other sites to assist our patients with further information.
Watch this space for what’s new!
Broken Teeth from Sporting Injuries or Falls
Accidents happen, causing tooth damage from decay, sports, or falls. We offer a range of treatments, from fillings to advanced procedures like root canals and dental implants, to restore your smile.
Childs first Dental Visit and What to Expect.
Your child’s initial dental visit is a significant milestone, often filled with curiosity and a touch of trepidation. But rest assured, we’re here to create a memorable and positive experience.
Root Canal Therapy
Root canal therapy can save your smile in times of tooth trouble. It’s a procedure to rescue badly infected or damaged teeth, preserving your natural smile. Learn the signs indicating the need for a root.
Tips to help Prevent Cavities in Children
Maintaining baby teeth is vital for proper adult tooth development. A healthy diet, good oral hygiene, and regular dental check-ups prevent cavities. Regular checks at the dentist will help catch cavities when they are small.
How to Help Prevent Teeth Grinding.
Although there are no known treatment strategies that will cure all types of bruxism, there are some ways to minimize the grinding issues that some people may have. Our aim is to save your teeth for the long term. Here are some ideas that may help you in that process.
What is bruxism and who has it?
Bruxism happens during sleep, but some people also suffer from clenching and grinding when awake.
Who has bruxism?
It is thought that about half of the community grinds their teeth from time to time. But it may be serious in only about 1 in 20 cases. About 30% of children grind or clench their teeth.