Getting Ready for Your Child's First Trip to the Dentist
30 June 2018
A child's first trip to the dentist can be a stressful time for their parents. There's not really a set age when your child should see the dentist for the first time, but whenever their teeth start to appear, you should go and make sure everything is as it should be. If there's no sign of teeth by the child's first birthday, visit the dentist anyway.
This marks a big milestone on your child's path to growing up, and it's one that can be a bit of a worry for parents.
How To Make Your Dentures Last As Long As Possible
7 June 2018
According to the last country-wide survey, approximately 20% of adult Australians have either lost all of their teeth or wear at least one or two dentures. With such a huge percentage of the population using the prosthetics, there is shockingly little attention to the industry in the general public. People can face certain stigmas when it is found out that they use dentures, especially if they are younger; however, dentures are a perfectly normal and common solution to often-unavoidable illness or injury.
Acting the Part With Braces: How Braces Might Affect Your Acting Career
13 April 2018
Are you worried that getting braces might affect your chances of landing an acting role? Well, you shouldn't be. Braces can actually have a positive effect on your career as an actor. Moreover, if you are worried about your appearance, there are several less noticeable alternatives to traditional braces.
In the long term—and in some ways—the short term, braces will benefit your career as an actor.
Some Roles Require Braces
Does Teeth Whitening Damage Enamel?
12 March 2018
When you hear the term "bleaching" in regards to teeth whitening, you might find yourself thinking of typical household bleach. There are, however, very few similarities between household bleach and the solution used to whiten teeth.
Standard bleach contains poisonous chemicals such as sodium chlorate and sodium polyacrylate. If used to whiten teeth, household bleach will damage enamel and gum tissue. The chemicals contained in whitening gels, carbamide peroxide and hydrogen peroxide, will not damage tooth enamel if used as instructed.