You know how they say “smile a little wider”? That is not the perfect advice if your teeth are not in their best condition. What it will result in is some awkward smiles from those you smile your widest at.
To spare you the trouble and embarrassment of going through that, Bulimba Denture Clinic brings you the very best in dental services right here in Australia so you never have to worry about how wide you smile. Our experts in dentistry ensure that they give you the best medical advice and the very best services for your teeth.
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Your dental health and hygiene is more important than you might realize. Bad breath, tooth decay, gum infections, cavities, tonsil stones and yellowed teeth are all indicative of poor dental health and may affect your overall well being. Take a look at these easy steps you can take to maintain your dental health and enjoy a confident smile all day, every day.
Brush your teeth thoroughly and regularly
Brushing your teeth thoroughly every morning and before going to bed prevents tooth decay that can eventually lead to dental cavities. If not taken care of properly, dental cavities may even result in loss of teeth. Thus, one of the most effective ways of maintaining dental health is by brushing your teeth as well as lightly scrubbing your mouth with bristles. A good way of cleaning your mouth is by placing the bristles at a 45 degree angle over the gum line in a way that the brush is in contact with the teeth as well as the gums. Brush up and down, back and forth and make sure you reach to the back to clean the gums and teeth in the corners. Brushing your tongue and the roof of your mouth will get rid of bacteria that causes bad breath and may also avoid the formation of tonsil stones which cause irritation and smelly breath.
Ensure a healthy diet
Just because it tastes good does not mean it is good for your dental health. Different foods have different effects on your teeth; fruits, nuts, dairy, meat and vegetables are teeth-friendly and beneficial for the body overall. For instance, carbonated sodas and fizzy drinks consist of acidic elements which directly attack the tooth enamel. Sodas also dry your mouth significantly, meaning you have less saliva and dark-tinted sodas can also discolour your teeth, speeding up the decaying process. Alcohol, sour candies, drugs and even fast food may deteriorate your dental health. A good, teeth-friendly balanced diet will not only preserve your teeth, but also avoid any chances of bad breath and infections.
Visit your dentist regularly
It is always preferable to get a professional opinion about matters concerning your health. Dental health and hygiene are essential for self-confidence and good impression on others. Sometimes, doing your best may not be enough and in such cases, it is best to leave the rest to dental care experts.
Make it a habit to visit your emergency dentists perth regularly for routine checkups and teeth cleaning. You could be suffering from dental problems that you may not be able to identify or understand on your own. For this reason, a regular visit to your dental clinic is vital as it may save you a whole lot of hurt in the future.
Leave a small amount of fluoride in your mouth at night
Did you know that fluoride helps in strengthening the tooth surface? While it may not be the best feeling in the world to have toothpaste residue in your mouth at night, it does wonders for your overall dental health. You do not have to leave small amounts of toothpaste in your mouth during daytime when you are at work as you will surely end up swallowing it anyway. Instead, leave a small residue of it in your mouth before bedtime. Simply avoid gargling or washing out the toothpaste when you finish brushing your teeth at night. This way, the access of fluoride to the teeth will not only eliminate any remaining bacteria but also help in eliminating bad breath and leaving your teeth pearly white.
In my professional activity I have always considered communication with the patient fundamental . Those who know the CSO studio in Rome know well how much we take care of this aspect and how much we invest; I always thought that the relationship with the patient should not be limited to his teeth, but that he should aim at the well-being of the whole person . This is testified by my professional history, the commitment that I dedicate to disclosure in the media in my role in ANDI as National Cultural Secretary, the initiative of the CSO studio called ” aperitifs with the expert ” where we speak and help to prevent. This blog also testifies to this.
Communication with my patients, however, is very different from communication with those who do not know me, do not know my job and have never been in the CSO study of Corso d’Italia 92. Maybe I should call this type of communication “promotion”, but the term makes me a little uncomfortable. My goal is to make known, in a transparent way , what we do and how we do it, and thus allow users to consciously choose the right dentist. Given that the commitment we pour into the work, given the results we achieve, I am convinced that this transparent story should lead someone among those who read to be more aware in his choice in choosing the dentist to rely on.
How do patients, in the age of the Internet, smartphones, coupons and “viral” content, choose their reference dentist?
The blog is also for this: I don’t pretend to have the right answers to all the questions. With the blog I would like to share my point of view and also my doubts, listen to opinions also different from mine.
Working on the contents of the website and of the service card of the CSO studio, in our work that are decisive for those who want to obtain excellent results, but they are also difficult to make people understand who is not. an expert before I get to the study. In short, for dentists who aim for quality, it is difficult to understand how the use of advanced tools and materials or a particular care in sterilization can make the difference.
However, there are some points, easily recognizable, from which I think you can start.
1) Obviously, every dentist must be registered in the Register of Dentists of the Order of Doctors . If anyone has doubts about their dentist, do not be afraid to ask to see the enrollment certificate: I would absolutely not be scandalized by such a request, I would rather consider it a legitimate need for a conscious patient.
2) All of us instinctively get an idea from the first glance on the hygiene of the rooms; to evaluate technologies and instruments precisely, you would probably need some specific skills, but asking questions you can understand many things. The disinfection and sterilization environments are really important: to get an opinion on a study ask to visit them . I gladly show them to patients, given the care we dedicate to these procedures.
3) Ask many questions, and judge the study both on the basis of the content of the answers and on the availability with which they are provided : whoever you are facing will never be embarrassed, and indeed will generally be gratified: value is recognized for his commitment.
The appointment with the dentist certainly does not represent a pleasant meeting for many of us, but in most cases, albeit with a feeling of discomfort or fear, we turn to him for treatment and advice. This does not happen, however, for those suffering from fear of the dentist , odontophobia , or a real phobia for the dentist, a disorder that has also been officially recognized by the WHO.
What is dental phobia and how it manifests itself
Going into the detail of the disorder, we can place the dentist’s phobia within that category of phobic disorders called monophobias , that is, experiencing intense fear, up to real panic attacks, towards an event , a specific situation, a specific object. In the case of the dental phobia , the object of fear is represented by the dentist and everything that calls the professional’s office (the drill, the needle, the noise of the tools, etc …).
The person, although aware of the irrationality of fear , cannot help but try it, to the point of experiencing symptoms such as tachycardia , sweating , a sense of suffocation , tremor , a feeling of passing out , up to real attacks panic .
What attempted solutions does dental phobia sufferers put in place?
To cope with the deep feeling of fear, the dental phobicist puts in place a whole series of strategies. We can identify two categories of strategies implemented by the dental phobic, outside the dental office and, when, however, due to the serious state of compromise of his dental health, he is forced to go to the dentist.
Strategies out of the studio
Constantly postpone the appointment with the dentist
Taking drugs, antibiotics in an attempt to “self-medicate”
Avoid situations, arguments that refer to the situation that causes him anxiety.
Are these strategies useful?
With the avoidance, only apparently the person, manages to keep the anxiety experienced at bay, while, in reality, he does not realize that the more he avoids, the more the phobia gets bigger . L ‘ avoidance , in fact, helps to reinforce the idea that the person is totally impossible to overcome and deal with the problem. So, faced with the need to ask the dentist for help in order to be treated, the subject ends up choosing the path of self-treatment, sometimes causing serious consequences for their health and being forced to contact the dentist in seriously compromised situations that require “heavy” interventions. Paradoxically, avoidance pushes them towards their worst nightmare: long interventions, dental extractions, numerous sessions at the dental office.
Bulimba Denture Clinic also specializes in cosmetic care of teeth. This could involve using braces to straighten teeth and teeth whitening and cleaning.
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