Why Do People Delay Visiting the Dentist?


Aside from worries about the coronavirus, people delay visiting the dental office because they might feel it’s not that urgent. After all, many of us only act if there’s an emergency or if the situation is serious already (e.g. unbearable pain, uncontrollable bleeding). However, each day of delay will indeed lead to something serious and.

Sedation Dentistry: Relaxing In The Chair


Sedation Dentistry: Relaxing In The Chair Many patients who visit the dentist’s office experience some form of trepidation or anxiety – this is normal. Dental procedures are very close and personal and this makes some patients uncomfortable. Thankfully, modern innovations in the field of dentistry make it easier for patients to relax when in the.

Why Do My Gums Hurt?


It can be an early sign of gum disease or something to do with infection. That’s because infection often leads to inflammation where nerves encounter more pressure. Pain in the gums can be also caused by other factors. To be sure and prevent worse complications, it’s important to consult a dentist as soon as possible..

Myobrace: What Is It And How Does It Work?


If your children’s teeth are crooked, misaligned or overcrowded, there are several options available to you to straighten your smile. The Myobrace system is one highly effective option available to patients at Big Smiles Dental. Myobrace is a set of translucent aligners that corrects the position of teeth over time. Poor teeth alignment and jaw.

Can Your Teeth Repair Themselves?


The short answer is yes but it still depends on the extent of the damage. And yes, it actually takes a lot of work regularly to help the teeth repair and protect themselves. Can your teeth repair themselves? Our teeth are constantly under attack from acids. That’s because the bacteria inside our mouths feed on.

Orofacial Myofunctional Therapy: Causes and Treatment


A healthy smile is characterized by pearly white teeth, shiny pink gums and, perhaps unknown to most people, sufficient gap between the upper and lower teeth when in resting position. This gap is called the freeway space, or interocclusal space. A space of approximately 3.5mm on average is sustained between the teeth and this allows.