Most people underestimate the importance of teeth whitening treatment. Everyone looks at a person’s mouth when they’re talking. While speaking, the expressions your mouth make help to give a different emotion. If your teeth are yellowed, the meaning of what you say is easily misconstrued. Also, people will look away to not cause embarrassment. This can cause feelings of ignorance just because the other party is getting the wrong message.
Dental avulsion is when a tooth has completely come out of its socket, following a trauma to the mouth. This could happen to either a primary (baby) tooth or a permanent (adult) tooth. The trauma could be just a fall at home – fainting and hitting the ground face first, or a sporting injury.
Today, everyone walks around with a smartphone and are always eager to click a selfie for what they eat, or see. Selfie is a way of life for today’s generation. But, it’s important to know you are wearing your best smile in selfie- isn’t it?.
We all agree, that, a smile is a highway to any human heart. A simple smile can do wonders, both, personally and professionally, and it costs nothing. But, not everyone is born with an appealing, heartwarming, smile. Cosmetic dentistry to your rescue!
As reported in the Australian on 18 May 2016, Australia’s not for profit health insurance funds are set to launch a national television campaign to tackle the ‘big three’ companies, who they argue are fuelling affordability concern whilst enjoying rising profits. This is aimed at Bupa, Medibank and nib.
Some popular drinks are not a friend for good oral health.
Are you aware that consuming “sports”drinks can pose the same oral health risks as those from consuming drinks in the group commonly referred to as “soft” drinks?
The disparity between dental fees charged and dental rebates paid by insurers remains high and the differential seems to be increasing rather than narrowing. Private health insurance funds are permitted each year by the Health Minister to alter the premiums on their policies. On 1 April 2011, private health insurance premiums rose an average of 5.6% Australia’s then Health Minister, the Hon.