What Will Happen If You Don't Fix Your Overcrowded Teeth?

If you have overcrowded teeth, you may have come across a lot of information regarding the benefits of orthodontic treatment. This treatment involves the use of appliances such as metal braces and Invisalign to apply pressure to the teeth and move them slowly in a specific direction. It helps straighten the teeth and solve overcrowding and misalignment issues. Most people who know that they need this kind of treatment but have never sought it never think about the effects of living life with crowded or poorly aligned teeth. [Read More]

Dental Implants Aftercare Instructions

Dental implants are an ideal solution for missing or damaged teeth. However, how you care for your implants can make all the difference when it comes to the effectiveness of the dental implants. You need to understand a few things about your dental implants, especially after surgery. There will be some significant oral changes after surgery, and you need to know how to handle each of those changes. Since your dental implants will still be integrating with the tissues as well as the bone, you will have to be extra careful regarding care. [Read More]

Criteria for Choosing a Cosmetic Dentist

Most aesthetic dental flaws can be corrected by seeking treatment from any of the several dentists working in Australia. But this doesn't necessarily mean that all dentists are cosmetic dentistry specialists. With that said, it is always important to do a little research before choosing a dentist to fix your particular cosmetic dental issues. Here are a few vital points to consider in that regard. Dentist's specific education and training in the area of cosmetic dentistry [Read More]

Orthodontic Treatment for Children

At any age, an orthodontist can fix orthodontic problems and enhance appearance and restore a bright smile, but there is a time period when optimal results can be achieved. Orthodontics Australia recommends that children should have their initial orthodontic assessment while aged between 7 and 10 years old, while the Australian Society of Orthodontists recommends the age 8-10 years. Parents should have their children visit a specialist orthodontist when they first note or suspect orthodontic problems, or before they are ten years old. [Read More]