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Northmead Dentist Advice: 9 Tooth Loss Risk Factors

Here’s a 2 minutes and 28 seconds Northmead Dentist Advice: 9 Tooth Loss Risk Factors video. See full transcript below.

Tooth loss may be common among children and elderly people. However, everyone is at risk of having this condition, especially when one does not give much importance to personal oral hygiene care. If left untreated, tooth loss can open doors to various dental problems. Thus getting adequate knowledge about how to prevent it is significant.

There are many solutions and ways of prevention available for tooth loss condition. And going to your regular dental check-up is the only way you can discover these things. Doing an impeccable oral hygiene is good, but doing this together with professional assistance from your dentist is undeniably best so as to achieve healthier teeth and gums.

Your dental care partners here at Smiles First Dental can help you get an admirable oral wellbeing with our cutting-edge dental tools and equipment. By means of our expert and comprehensive oral care procedures, we can guide you in inhibiting any future dental problems that may come your way.

Call us today to know more about our PAY NO GAP Offer, which includes: Check-up, Scale & Clean, Fluoride, and X-rays. If you are with a Private Health Fund, we can provide you with NO GAP preventive treatments! Book online or call (02) 9630 9996.

(We are located in Northmead and serve patients from Northmead, Westmead, North Parramatta, Wentworthville, Winston Hills, Old Toongabbie and from all Sydney metro areas.)

To find this video on our Youtube Channel, please click the link below:
Northmead Dentist Advice: 9 Tooth Loss Risk Factors

Smiles First Dental
Address: 19/5-7 Kleins Road
Northmead, NSW 2152
Phone: (02) 9630 9996

Tooth Loss And Its Consequences

Tooth Loss And Its ConsequencesWhen children’s deciduous teeth fall off, it does not usually cause a huge concern. Baby teeth will always give ways for the growth of the permanent ones. However, when adults lose their permanent teeth, it becomes an entirely different story.

Losing a permanent tooth can be natural, especially as you become older. Tooth loss can also be due to a number of factors such as: genetics, general health pproblems, dental and oral health issues, excessive too wear, or even trauma caused by unfortunate accidents.

Having missing teeth causes significant changes in the appearance of your smile. Instead of being nice and elegant, other might see your smile as funny or even unpleasant. Moreover, tooth loss does not only affect the aesthetic quality of your smile. It can also create certain disturbances in other aspects of your life in general. Truth is, if not given proper attention, tooth loss can be so much worse than it looks.

Other Consequences Of Tooth Loss

When a tooth has been knocked out from its rightful place, the remaining teeth shift towards the direction of the space where the tooth used to be. This shift leads to changes in the bone that provides support for your facial structures. As a result, your face would appear much older than your actual age. Continue Reading

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Northmead Dentist Advice: 9 Tooth Loss Risk Factors

Here’s a 2 minutes and 28 seconds Northmead Dentist Advice: 9 Tooth Loss Risk Factors video. See full transcript below.

Tooth loss may be common among children and elderly people. However, everyone is at risk of having this condition, especially when one does not give much importance to personal oral hygiene care. If left untreated, tooth loss can open doors to various dental problems. Thus getting adequate knowledge about how to prevent it is significant.

There are many solutions and ways of prevention available for tooth loss condition. And going to your regular dental check-up is the only way you can discover these things. Doing an impeccable oral hygiene is good, but doing this together with professional assistance from your dentist is undeniably best so as to achieve healthier teeth and gums.

Your dental care partners here at Smiles First Dental can help you get an admirable oral wellbeing with our cutting-edge dental tools and equipment. By means of our expert and comprehensive oral care procedures, we can guide you in inhibiting any future dental problems that may come your way.

Call us today to know more about our PAY NO GAP Offer, which includes: Check-up, Scale & Clean, Fluoride, and X-rays. If you are with a Private Health Fund, we can provide you with NO GAP preventive treatments! Book online or call (02) 9630 9996.

(We are located in Northmead and serve patients from Northmead, Westmead, North Parramatta, Wentworthville, Winston Hills, Old Toongabbie and from all Sydney metro areas.)

To find this video on our Youtube Channel, please click the link below:
Northmead Dentist Advice: 9 Tooth Loss Risk Factors

Smiles First Dental
Address: 19/5-7 Kleins Road
Northmead, NSW 2152
Phone: (02) 9630 9996

Tooth Loss And Its Consequences

Tooth Loss And Its ConsequencesWhen children’s deciduous teeth fall off, it does not usually cause a huge concern. Baby teeth will always give ways for the growth of the permanent ones. However, when adults lose their permanent teeth, it becomes an entirely different story.

Losing a permanent tooth can be natural, especially as you become older. Tooth loss can also be due to a number of factors such as: genetics, general health pproblems, dental and oral health issues, excessive too wear, or even trauma caused by unfortunate accidents.

Having missing teeth causes significant changes in the appearance of your smile. Instead of being nice and elegant, other might see your smile as funny or even unpleasant. Moreover, tooth loss does not only affect the aesthetic quality of your smile. It can also create certain disturbances in other aspects of your life in general. Truth is, if not given proper attention, tooth loss can be so much worse than it looks.

Other Consequences Of Tooth Loss

When a tooth has been knocked out from its rightful place, the remaining teeth shift towards the direction of the space where the tooth used to be. This shift leads to changes in the bone that provides support for your facial structures. As a result, your face would appear much older than your actual age. Continue Reading