Why flossing make sense
Nearly all of us know that brushing our teeth twice a day is essential for good oral health but did you also know that cleaning between them is vital too? Cleansing every day between our teeth seems to be a harder habit to get into but is just as important as brushing. We clean […]Read More
Bruxism is the medical term for the grinding of teeth and clenching of the jaw. It can take place when you are awake or asleep but the latter is the most common, impacting almost 80% of bruxers. You may not be aware that you grind your teeth while you are asleep. The grinding sounds and […]Read More
When should your child be seen for orthodontics?
Parents often ask this question. This is determined by the patients dental age rather than chronological age. Braces are generally linked with teenager yet this isn’t always true. Treatments can begin as early as seven years of age. A right time to have an orthodontist assess your child is after the front permanent teeth have […]Read More