What Dentists Want You to Know about Microbead Toothpastes

Microbead toothpastes have seen increased controversy and news time in recent years. In the United States, as well as other countries, lawmakers are seeking to have these mircobead containing toothpastes banned for a variety of reasons. You may have noticed that your dentist has suggested avoiding these pastes and other products as well. What you may not know is why. Here are a few things your dentist may want you to know about these pastes, the microbeads they contain, and what to look for as well as avoid. Read More 

3 Important Questions about Bulk Billing Dental Benefits for Children

The term "bulk billing" refers to medical professionals, including dentists, who accept patients and clients who get their medical insurance through Medicare in Australia. In many cases, children and teens are also covered under this bulk billing arrangement when they visit a dentist. Note a few important questions you might have about bulk billing dental benefits for children and teens and how they may apply to your family. 1. Who is eligible for this benefit? Read More 

Main Types of Dentures You Can Consider

Nobody likes the thought of losing his or her teeth. Whether due to getting on in age or through trauma, tooth loss can have an adverse effect on your overall confidence. This is especially true if the tooth loss is conspicuous as some people may now lose confidence in their attractiveness. The good news is that there are numerous options that one can consider for tooth replacement. One of the more popular techniques due to how cost effective they are is dentures. Read More 

Answers To Three Common Questions About Paediatric Oral Health

Parents are charged with the responsibility of ensuring the good oral health of their children during the child's formative years. This is a huge responsibility, because the kind of oral care children get during these years has a profound impact on their dental health later in life. First-time parents often have many questions about child dental care. Three of the most common questions about children's dental healthcare are answered in the discussion below. Read More 

Dental Clinics | 4 Warning Signals of Imminent Dentures

Missing teeth can affect a person's ability to chew properly and can reduce self-confidence drastically. Dentures are meant to replace missing teeth and are primarily used to enhance appearance and functionality of teeth. Not only do they improve functionality, but they also help people restore their lost confidence.  Dentures are usually priced between $500 and $2500, depending on whether you need full or partial dentures. Full dentures usually replace the entire set of teeth, while partial dentures fill in gaps in existing teeth. Read More