Dental Excellence Melbourne Blog
September 8, 2019
Have you ever woken up with a sore jaw? Do your teeth feel worn down or sensitive to hot and cold foods and drinks? Then you might be grinding or clenching your teeth while you sleep. Although this might seem like a harmless habit, teeth grinding can negatively impact your oral health. Let’s take a closer look at what can happen if you ignore teeth grinding.
April 6, 2019
You’re finally straightening your teeth. With all its benefits, particularly the clear alignment trays, Invisalign in Melbourne was the obvious choice for you to maintain your appearance and confidence during treatment. But did you know that if you don’t use the proper care, those clear aligners can become cloudy or discolored? That defeats the purpose of choosing this subtle teeth-straightening option in the first place! Fortunately, if you follow these 4 tips, you can keep your aligners clean and practically invisible. (more…)
March 5, 2019
You’re tired of looking in the mirror every day and seeing a crooked smile. It’s something you think about all the time, especially when you’re around others. Not only is it embarrassing, but it’s beginning to take a toll on your self-esteem. If you’ve made the decision to do something about your crooked smile, you may be considering Invisalign in Melbourne. Before committing to this treatment solution, here are a few common questions you may want to ask your dentist at your next appointment.
December 17, 2018
As the year approaches its end and the holiday season is underway, you’re busy doing last-minute shopping and preparing for holiday gatherings. As a result, your dental hygiene can be overlooked. Also, during this festive time of the year, you may indulge in more carbohydrates and processed foods, which can contribute to tooth decay. Your dentist in Melbourne says that with a few changes to your approach, you can overcome this dilemma and enjoy excellent oral health!
October 19, 2018
The absence of your teeth has left you with the inability of chew food normally and speak with clarity. What’s worse is you feel less confident about smiling and meeting new people. Thankfully, your dentist offers a remedy – dental implants in Melbourne. As you read on, you’ll learn how they work, and an implant dentist also explains the different types available.