Sleep Apnoea in Children
Sleep Apnoea is a condition when there are repeated episodes of interrupted breathing during a night of sleep. According to the journal, Australian Family Physician, the condition affects 1%-5% of children.
Obstructive Sleep Apnoea – What it is & How it is treated
Apnoea (also spelt apnea) means “without breathing”
In the condition of Sleep Apnoea, a person can repeatedly have short periods during sleep when he/she stops breathing.
Bruxism – Teeth Grinding, Clenching or Gritting
Bruxism is a condition in which you unconsciously grind, clench or grit your teeth. It is not related to any eating habits like crushing ice or bones or nuts. Indeed, it is not related to how or what you eat.
Your Child’s Oral Health is a Reflection of Your Own
If you want your children to have healthy teeth, make sure that your own mouth is healthy. New DNA coding techniques have allowed medical researchers to trace the path of infection from one person to another.
The Benefits of a Full Dental Check-up
The Benefits of a Full Dental Check-up, gives you a comprehensive understanding of your current oral health and allows you to make informed decisions about your treatment.
The Mouth-Body Connection
Gum Disease is an infection of the gums and bone that support teeth. Anytime your body is infected by bacteria or virus, your body will trigger the immune system into action.
Braces & Invisalign Pros & Cons
Invisalign or Braces: What are the Pros and Cons? Share this article Invisalign or Braces: What are the Pros and Cons? Choosing between getting treatment with either braces or Invisalign is a decision that has tobe based on a detailed discussion with your dentist. It involves many considerations such as: the nature of the condition […]
Dental Implants – the closest thing to natural teeth
Dental Implants – the closest thing to natural teeth Share this article Understanding a Dental Implant Think of your natural tooth in two parts: The part above the gum is called the crown. This is the white portion that you see in the mouth. The part below the gum is the root. This is the […]
FAQs about Removing Wisdom Teeth
FAQs about Removing Wisdom Teeth Share this article Why does the wisdom tooth need to be removed? The usual reasons for removing the wisdom tooth are: It is impacted or jammed against adjacent teeth, bone or cheeks It is very difficult to clean and so likely to cause tooth decay or gum disease. It is […]
Invisalign is a CAD-CAM technology that allows teeth to be straightened using clear plastic aligners. The aligners are custom-made to fit over your teeth. They are inconspicuous and comfortable.