Dentist

Welcome to my blog, guys! This blog is going to be about a subject which is very close to my heart. In the last year, various members of my family have been affected by illness and disease. I had never had to help someone deal with a medical problem before so I was in the dark. The GP and the hospital staff I have dealt with have all been fantastic and offered me some great advice. Thankfully, my mum and my sister have now made full recoveries. I wanted to start this blog as a way of showing thanks and to help others.

Is It Time to Rush to an Emergency Dentist?

28 June 2019
 Categories: Dentist, Blog

One of the most excruciating types of pain you can experience is a toothache. And in typical cases, the toothache will progress steadily from a dull ache into sharp pains, and this is when you start thinking of visiting your dentist. However, what if the pain occurs after business hours? Moreover, what if the pain starts spontaneously making you unsure of what is the primary cause? In these scenarios, it is crucial to see an emergency dentist. Read More …

DIY Teeth Whitening: It It Worth The Risk?

24 September 2018
 Categories: Dentist, Blog

When you are running short of time in your daily life, it is often tempting to find shortcuts which can help you achieve results without taking more hours out of your day. This is one reason why do-it-yourself teeth whitening has become popular. Why try and find time to head to your dentist when there are products you can purchase to do the job at home? Unfortunately, a new warning has just been issued by dentists in Perth who are concerned about the damage being done by DIY teeth whitening kits. Read More …

3 Tips for Getting Used to Night Guards

15 June 2018
 Categories: Dentist, Blog

Night guards are dental appliances that can help prevent the effects of teeth grinding and jaw clenching. Most people who practice these two habits do so at night when sleeping. Unfortunately, prolonged teeth clenching can cause wear to the enamel, and this will cause sensitivity and cavities. On the other hand, jaw clenching leads to soreness and pain in the jaw, misalignment, and even tension headaches. That's why you need to talk to your dentist about getting night guards that are worn in your mouth to prevent grinding and jaw clenching. Read More …

About Me
Dealing with Illness and Disease

Welcome to my blog, guys! This blog is going to be about a subject which is very close to my heart. In the last year, various members of my family have been affected by illness and disease. I had never had to help someone deal with a medical problem before so I was in the dark. The GP and the hospital staff I have dealt with have all been fantastic and offered me some great advice. Thankfully, my mum and my sister have now made full recoveries. I wanted to start this blog as a way of showing thanks and to help others.

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