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15 05, 2015

Pain After Tooth Extractions ?

By |May 15th, 2015|Dental Emergencies, General Dentistry|

Are you experiencing pain after having a tooth extracted ?

Have you ever wondered what happens after a tooth extraction? How the gum heals afterwards ?

How the gap closes ?

How long it takes for the pain after the tooth extraction to go away? Are there are any common complications that you need to be aware of ?

Normally, a tooth is removed because it is decayed, fractured or split and causing pain. Once it has been removed, the gum at the extraction site […]

8 04, 2015

Dental Crowns

By |April 8th, 2015|Cosmetic Dentistry, Dental Emergencies, General Dentistry|

Why Do You Need A Crown?

The aim of your dentist is to ensure that you keep your natural teeth for as long as possible, however if you start to lose your natural teeth, it can affect the face of your shape, the quality of your speech, your ability to chew, eat and swallow food. Losing teeth will also create gaps that harbour bacteria, thus increasing the likelihood of tooth decay in the future.

 

Dental Crowns have been used by dentists to […]

16 09, 2014

How Tooth Hypersensitivity Affects Australians

By |September 16th, 2014|Dental Emergencies, General Dentistry|

How Tooth Hypersensitivity Affects AustraliansHave you ever felt that sharp pain in your teeth whenever you try to enjoy a cone of ice cream or a warm cup of coffee?

If yes, then you are suffering from tooth hypersensitivity.

This is usually caused by the exposure of your dentin due to the erosion of enamel or the recession of your gums. When the dentin is exposed, its tubes can become stimulated by external factors such as temperature.

Tooth hypersensitivity is a common condition. A recent study revealed that 44 per cent of Australian households have somebody who has sensitive teeth or gums. Moreover, 61 per cent of people in Australia who suffered from tooth sensitivity were females, with the 30 to 49 year-olds as the most affected age group.

Tooth sensitivity is very prevalent. 3 out of 5 people report that they have experienced the inconvenience of not being unable to eat and drink what they like because of their sensitive teeth.

This problem is extremely uncomfortable and frustrating. It can bring a great deal of anxiety and pain. Further, it was discovered that people affected by sensitive teeth often don’t talk to their dentist about it.

21 07, 2014

After Hours Emergency Dentist Brisbane?

By |July 21st, 2014|Dental Emergencies, What Makes Us Different|

Tips On Preventing Late Night Dental EmergenciesHave you been forced out of your sleep because you have just felt a sudden discomfort in your tooth?

A Reliable After Hours Emergency Dentist In Brisbane

We at Dental On Park completely understand that dental emergencies can happen to anyone at any time. As such, we always try to cater to your urgent dental care needs. As your friendly […]

8 07, 2014

Quick Actions For Common Dental Emergencies

By |July 8th, 2014|Dental Emergencies, Dentist Brisbane Videos, What Makes Us Different|


For a reliable emergency dentist in Brisbane, contact Dental On Park. Simply book your appointment online or call us on (07) 3369 8300 to address your dental emergency.
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