What Is Cosmetic Bonding and How Can It Help Your Smile?

Posted on: 28 February 2017
A very common complaint about dental treatment is the vast number of visits that are required in order to maintain a smile. Dentists recognise that process improvements are required in order to give lasting results that minimise the number of times a patient has to visit the office. One such way of achieving this result is through cosmetic bonding. What is Cosmetic Bonding? Cosmetic bonding is a process whereby a flexible adhesive is applied directly onto a broken tooth.
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4 Natural Ways To Treat A Toothache

Posted on: 15 February 2017
If you are experiencing a toothache and are not able to get to your dentist right away for treatment, here are four natural remedies that you can use to try to treat your toothache and the pain associated with it.  Salt Water One of the classic ways to treat a toothache is with salt water. You are going to want to fill up a glass with warm water; you don't want it to be too hot to drink.
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Your Child's First Trip to the Dentist

Posted on: 25 January 2017
Taking your child to the dentist for the first time can be a complex experience. When introducing your child to visiting the dentist, it is best to choose a dentist that specializes in infant and child dental care. It is recommended that you take your child to their first dental appointment just after their first birthday. Here are some things you can do to prepare your child to see the dentist for the first time.
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The Myriad Benefits Of Anti-Aging Dental Procedures

Posted on: 20 January 2017
The natural aging process leads to several physical changes that combine to make you look older. While there are a number of invasive procedures that can help restore your youthful appearance, plastic surgery is not the only way to help turn back the clock. This type of dental work – often called anti-aging dentistry – helps improve your appearance and health in many important ways.   Every patient has their own unique goals, but most anti-aging dental work involves grinding the teeth down until they are the proper shape and size, and then covering the teeth with new, pearly white veneers.
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