Considering Dental Veneers?
There are many ways that your teeth can become damaged over time, from chipping and wearing to staining and overall ageing. Few of us are born with a perfect Hollywood smile, and many people find that their imperfect teeth can lead to a general lack of confidence in their appearance and a reluctance to smile. […]0 Comments
Take care of your teeth, for your heart
We have told our patients many times that the relationship between your dental health is important for your health in general. The connection between the risk of a heart attack and stroke and your dental health is well established. If you have gum disease, you double your chance of heart attack and triple your chance […]0 Comments
Have some old dirty teeth?
Researchers in Israel have discovered evidence of human teeth 400,000 years old that have dental tartar on them. The teeth were preserved in a cave that was sealed over 200,000 years ago. In the dental tartar were traces of plants and smoke contaminants suggesting the diet and the environment the dwellers lived in was probably […]0 Comments
Truth About Cavities
As soon as people find out you’re a dentist, a popular question I get asked is “why do I get so many cavities?”. The simple answer is – bacteria! Cavities are the result of growth of bacteria in the mouth – it is an infection! When certain types of bacteria grow, they secrete acid. This […]0 Comments