When people talk about their dental treatment, they often use the terms dental therapist and dental hygienist as though they are interchangeable.
It is relatively normal, even during a routine cleaning, for your dentist to suggest you get dental X-rays.
Dental visits are something that most people don’t really look forward to, and many Australians don’t have as many visits as they should.
“Is it safe for my child if I get dental treatments?” “What about X-rays?” “If I’m breastfeeding a child, I should stay away from dental medications, right?”
When gums are red, tender, swollen, or even bleeding; gum disease is potential culprit #1. And at Ria Family Dental, it is the first thing we will look at.
Sure, a coffee mug is a traditional gift on Father’s Day, but isn’t it a bit trite? And, coffee can stain your teeth!
A quick walk through the oral health section in the local pharmacy or convenience store can be a bit overwhelming.
Once again, as August comes upon us, Australia recognises Dental Health Week, a week sponsored by the Australian Dental Association.
Health and beauty trends pop up on the web at an alarming speed, and it is never easy to determine which trends are safe, effective, or work.
While the beautiful straight smile that braces can bring you is outstanding, care of your teeth will be more difficult once your braces are in place.