With all the advances in dental reconstruction techniques and solutions, there are several options to consider if you’re looking into improving your teeth or perfect your smile. Dental implants have been a firm favourite with patients for several decades, and it’s easy to see why. Not only do they offer you the opportunity to improve the aesthetic of your mouth and smile, they also provide a high-quality solution to patients who have lost teeth or experience significant dental decay.
A toothache is likely to affect everyone at some stage in their lives. Sometimes the pain comes out of nowhere – and it can be in varying degrees, ranging from a dull throb to a sharp and severe stabbing pain.
No matter what level of pain your toothache is causing it can be pretty distressing. And a toothache at night, where it affects your ability to sleep, can be a really REALLY horrible experience.
“No offence Dylan, but I really DON’T like dentists.”
I hear this a lot and it breaks my dental heart – but then it is usually followed up by:
“Don’t take it personally, I’m just VERY nervous…”
Then my achey-breaky dental heart feels a little bit better!
I never take it personally anymore because I see it as an opportunity to help someone get over their fear of dentists. And it makes me VERY happy, excited even, when I achieve it.
Let’s face it – bad breath is hard to swallow.
We’ve all been stuck talking to someone who’s breath wasn’t overly pleasant or perhaps even downright stinky. It can be one of those awkward social situations – a bit like bad body odour – do you say something or just try to get out of there as soon as you can?
Be a proactive health insurance user!
About 46% of Australians have private health cover – although the media is telling us that number is gradually declining.
IF you are one of that 46% – are you making the most of your health insurance?
Many people who have private health insurance and extras don’t take full advantage of their cover, and that seems like a real waste.