One positive takeaway of our collective lockdown experience has been the way it has thrown the sterling work of the trusted professionals in our lives into much sharper focus.
If you’ve been putting off that much-needed dental appointment because you’re afraid of getting in the dentist’s chair, you’re not alone. In fact, dentophobia is a very common fear.
No one wants to lose a tooth, but when you really think about it, it’s not hard to imagine that it probably won’t be that big of a deal. After all, there are 31 other teeth remaining, right? How big of a deal could loosing one, or even two, really be?
Encouraging your children to brush can be difficult, particularly if they are of a young age. However, with a few simple changes and regular check-ups at an affordable dental practice, you can begin to prioritise oral health alongside a healthy lifestyle.
When it comes to preparing our children for their first visit to the dentist, there’s a number of different strategies to take to ensure they accept and understand what’s going to happen while they’re there.
How many times have you been to places with your children and they have been offered a lollipop? I have noticed over the last couple of years especially, that more often than not it’s a sticker they are offered now, as so many of us are concerned about the negative impacts of sweets on our […]
From the moment you see the little flecks of white poking through their gums the realisation that as a parent, you are now also responsible for helping your children develop a positive approach to brushing and caring for their teeth begins. For some that’s earlier than others. The age at which my four children got […]
A child’s teeth are very precious and you should look after them. It is so important to instill good dental care from an early age, otherwise, they are likely to have dental problems in later life. Recent research revealed 1 in 3 young adults have now got tooth wear, so it’s best to visit the […]