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Orthodontics For Your Perfect Smile!

Orthodontics For Your Perfect Smile!

Orthodontics For Your Perfect Smile | Dentist Northmead If you’re thinking about investing in braces, there are a variety of things to take into consideration.

Your dentist may suggest orthodontic treatment if misaligned teeth begin to affect your or your child’s oral health, or if you are unhappy with the appearance of your teeth.

But many factors go into whether orthodontic treatment would be right for you or your child, and which orthodontic treatment is the best for your.

Continue Reading

Odd Beliefs & Unusual Dental Facts

Odd Beliefs & Unusual Dental Facts

From ancient Egyptian “toothers” to the highly trained dentists and staff at Smiles First Dental, dentistry has interested humans for millennia. Early dentists practiced their trade long before there was any scientific or technological system in place to test results, and this meant that many strange beliefs flourished. And while dentistry has become scientific, results-based,… Continue Reading

Dental Sealants – An Answer At All Ages

Dental Sealants – An Answer At All Ages

Dental Sealants An Answer At All Ages | Dentist Northmead Cavities are more common than many other childhood ailments, and they can cause a range of other problems as well. That’s why many dental professionals recommend that children receive dental sealants to protect against decay. Dental sealants give parents peace of mind by protecting their children’s teeth.

The most likely location for a cavity to develop in your child’s mouth is on the chewing surfaces of the back teeth. These surfaces are filled with tiny grooves that trap bacteria and food particles. A toothbrush can’t always reach these dark, moist little crevices. This creates the perfect conditions for tooth decay. Continue Reading

Braces and Swelling/Bleeding Gums: What Does it Mean, and What to Do?

Braces and Swelling/Bleeding Gums: What Does it Mean, and What to Do?

Braces and Swelling or Bleeding Gums What Does it Mean and What to Do The most common cause of bleeding gums in ALL cases is gingivitis or gum disease. But the fact is that braces can make it easier for gum disease to take hold in your mouth.

At Smiles First Dental, we want you to know why braces may make your gums bleed, and what you can do about it.

There are multiple possible causes of swelling and bleeding related to braces. Continue Reading

Oral Care Tips For Your Holiday Smiles

Oral Care Tips For Your Holiday Smiles

Smiles First Dental | Oral Care Tips For Your Holiday Smiles | Dentist Northmead With the holiday season here, sweet treats are all around us. As delicious as they are, unfortunately, they are the leading cause for tooth decay.

And with all of the present-wrapping and card-writing, there’s not a lot of time to devote to your health. To help you out, Smiles First Dental has partnered with Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer to come up with 12 tips for maintaining your dental health during the holidays.

We’ve put together 4 great tactics to make an advent calendar dental-smart as well as 8 bonus tips to make your holiday seasons a healthy and happy one for you, your loved ones, and their teeth! Together we can make this holiday festive, fun, and full of healthy smiles! Continue Reading

Curing Gum Disease

Curing Gum Disease

Smiles First Dental | Curing Gum Disease | Dentist Northmead When we think about gum disease (which is probably not that often!), we normally think about how to avoid it.

The best way to tackle the problem, or course, is to brush and floss your teeth and keep up regular visits to your dentist.

But if you do have gum disease, what can be done to cure it and to ensure that it does not return? At Smiles First Dental, we have answers for your questions! Continue Reading

Children’s Week – Time To Ensure The Health Of Our Children

Children’s Week – Time To Ensure The Health Of Our Children

Smile First Dental | Childrens Week Dentist Northmead Children’s Week is an annual event celebrated in Australia held in the fourth week of October (from 21–29). In 1996 the week adopted a permanent theme: “A Caring World Shares” as a reflection of Children’s Week aims.

In advance of Children’s Week, Smiles First Dental is sharing the fact that if kids have healthy teeth and good oral hygiene at an early age, they substantially increase their chances of keeping them for life, reducing dental disease, and enjoying better overall health. Continue Reading

Can Diabetes Affect Your Teeth And Gums?

Can Diabetes Affect Your Teeth And Gums?

Can Diabetes Affect Your Teeth And Gums? | Dentist Northmead Approximately 1 million Australians are been diagnosed with diabetes, and it is estimated that half again that number have diabetes without being aware of it.
The prevalence of type 2 diabetes, rises with age and is higher in men than in women.
The onset of type 1 diabetes is typically at an early age, thus it is the most common form of childhood diabetes although it can occur at any age. Continue Reading

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Orthodontics For Your Perfect Smile!

Orthodontics For Your Perfect Smile!

Orthodontics For Your Perfect Smile | Dentist Northmead If you’re thinking about investing in braces, there are a variety of things to take into consideration.

Your dentist may suggest orthodontic treatment if misaligned teeth begin to affect your or your child’s oral health, or if you are unhappy with the appearance of your teeth.

But many factors go into whether orthodontic treatment would be right for you or your child, and which orthodontic treatment is the best for your.

Continue Reading

Odd Beliefs & Unusual Dental Facts

Odd Beliefs & Unusual Dental Facts

From ancient Egyptian “toothers” to the highly trained dentists and staff at Smiles First Dental, dentistry has interested humans for millennia. Early dentists practiced their trade long before there was any scientific or technological system in place to test results, and this meant that many strange beliefs flourished. And while dentistry has become scientific, results-based,… Continue Reading

Dental Sealants – An Answer At All Ages

Dental Sealants – An Answer At All Ages

Dental Sealants An Answer At All Ages | Dentist Northmead Cavities are more common than many other childhood ailments, and they can cause a range of other problems as well. That’s why many dental professionals recommend that children receive dental sealants to protect against decay. Dental sealants give parents peace of mind by protecting their children’s teeth.

The most likely location for a cavity to develop in your child’s mouth is on the chewing surfaces of the back teeth. These surfaces are filled with tiny grooves that trap bacteria and food particles. A toothbrush can’t always reach these dark, moist little crevices. This creates the perfect conditions for tooth decay. Continue Reading

Braces and Swelling/Bleeding Gums: What Does it Mean, and What to Do?

Braces and Swelling/Bleeding Gums: What Does it Mean, and What to Do?

Braces and Swelling or Bleeding Gums What Does it Mean and What to Do The most common cause of bleeding gums in ALL cases is gingivitis or gum disease. But the fact is that braces can make it easier for gum disease to take hold in your mouth.

At Smiles First Dental, we want you to know why braces may make your gums bleed, and what you can do about it.

There are multiple possible causes of swelling and bleeding related to braces. Continue Reading

Oral Care Tips For Your Holiday Smiles

Oral Care Tips For Your Holiday Smiles

Smiles First Dental | Oral Care Tips For Your Holiday Smiles | Dentist Northmead With the holiday season here, sweet treats are all around us. As delicious as they are, unfortunately, they are the leading cause for tooth decay.

And with all of the present-wrapping and card-writing, there’s not a lot of time to devote to your health. To help you out, Smiles First Dental has partnered with Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer to come up with 12 tips for maintaining your dental health during the holidays.

We’ve put together 4 great tactics to make an advent calendar dental-smart as well as 8 bonus tips to make your holiday seasons a healthy and happy one for you, your loved ones, and their teeth! Together we can make this holiday festive, fun, and full of healthy smiles! Continue Reading

Curing Gum Disease

Curing Gum Disease

Smiles First Dental | Curing Gum Disease | Dentist Northmead When we think about gum disease (which is probably not that often!), we normally think about how to avoid it.

The best way to tackle the problem, or course, is to brush and floss your teeth and keep up regular visits to your dentist.

But if you do have gum disease, what can be done to cure it and to ensure that it does not return? At Smiles First Dental, we have answers for your questions! Continue Reading

Children’s Week – Time To Ensure The Health Of Our Children

Children’s Week – Time To Ensure The Health Of Our Children

Smile First Dental | Childrens Week Dentist Northmead Children’s Week is an annual event celebrated in Australia held in the fourth week of October (from 21–29). In 1996 the week adopted a permanent theme: “A Caring World Shares” as a reflection of Children’s Week aims.

In advance of Children’s Week, Smiles First Dental is sharing the fact that if kids have healthy teeth and good oral hygiene at an early age, they substantially increase their chances of keeping them for life, reducing dental disease, and enjoying better overall health. Continue Reading

Can Diabetes Affect Your Teeth And Gums?

Can Diabetes Affect Your Teeth And Gums?

Can Diabetes Affect Your Teeth And Gums? | Dentist Northmead Approximately 1 million Australians are been diagnosed with diabetes, and it is estimated that half again that number have diabetes without being aware of it.
The prevalence of type 2 diabetes, rises with age and is higher in men than in women.
The onset of type 1 diabetes is typically at an early age, thus it is the most common form of childhood diabetes although it can occur at any age. Continue Reading