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Den's Dental Blog

Hello! My name is Den. This blog is going to cover a range of dental topics. I am not a dentist or a dental nurse but I have recently undergone a lot of dental treatment. This treatment has given me a great insight into the world of dentistry and I would like to share everything I have learnt with you here. Last year, I developed terrible pain in my mouth. I was diagnosed with severe tooth decay. The dentist removed the problem teeth and then inserted false ones in their place. He also whitened my teeth to improve my smile. I hope you find my blog useful.


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Recurring Dental Issues That Should Send You to The Dentist's Chair

Your oral health is not simply about sparkling white and perfectly shaped teeth. The reality is proper oral health means ensuring that your teeth, tongue and even your jaws are at optimum condition. Considering that you will experience ongoing issues with your oral wellbeing throughout your lifetime, you likely believe that as long as you are not in severe pain, or that if you can manage the discomfort you are experiencing with over the counter pain medication, then there is no reason to go visit a dentist.

Frequently Asked Questions About Dental Implants In Australia

If you have missing or damaged teeth, implants are the closest you'll get to natural teeth. Dental implants are long-lasting and can significantly improve your appearance. If you're looking for a solution to your missing or damaged teeth, here's some basic information on dental implants. What's A Dental Implant? This is a replacement tooth that's implanted in your jaw. An implant looks and feels like your natural tooth. It consists of a titanium implant, a metal post and an artificial tooth crown.

How Sedation Dentistry Can Dramatically Improve Your Experience

The fear of visiting a dentist is quite real, and you may be surprised to learn how prevalent it is across the board. A good number of both children and adults have a phobia of the dentist's chair, and this only work towards putting their oral health at risk of progressive deterioration since being scared of routine checkups, restorative treatments and so on will allow oral health conditions to fester and eventually require extreme forms of therapy.

Three Reasons To Keep Your Dentist Appointment During A Pandemic

As life returns to some semblance of normality in Australia during the 2020 COVID-19 pandemic, the Australian Dental Association have expressed concern about untreated dental issues. Many Australians continue to avoid people as a way of keeping coronavirus out of their homes, but medical and dental appointments must continue when possible. As the pandemic rages worldwide, these are three reasons why your dentist appointment is still necessary. Stress Damage To Teeth