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Category: Pain free dentistry

FAQs on Invisalign

Here are your Questions on Invisalign answered: 1. Why is Invisalign better than other braces? Unlike traditional braces,  with invisalign there are no brackets or wires. So it is generally agreed to be a more comfortable, less intrusive and more aesthetically pleasing orthodontic treatment. The other appealing aspect of Invisalign is that the aligners are moulded [...]

Gummy Smile Makeovers

Gummy Smile Make overs:  In the past gummy smiles where very difficult to treat. They required crown lengthening or jaw joint surgery. Both surgically invasive procedures that required longer healing periods and resulted in varying degrees of pain.Now, if you show  too much gum when you smile, or think that your teeth are too short,  2 […]

Why You Should Get Root Canal Therapy Over Tooth Extraction

Why You Should Get Root Canal Therapy Over Tooth ExtractionIn the past, root canal therapy has earned a pretty bad reputation. So instead of saving what remains of their teeth, people opted to have every painful tooth extracted. This is no longer necessary.

See, the thing is, in the past, anesthesia was not as effective as it is now and dentistry, as a whole, was not as technologically advanced as it is now. Modern dentistry has seen much advancement in practice, tools, and technology.

As such, your Dentist In Brisbane go out of their way to save what can be saved of your natural teeth rather than just extracting them.

With the safest and most effective anesthetics and precision instruments known to modern dentistry, your dentist in Brisbane is committed to saving your natural teeth. Moreover, our patients report that root canal treatment at Dental On Park doesn’t feel so different from undergoing a simple filling procedures.

Why Choose A Custom Built Mouthguard?

Why Choose A Custom-Made Mouthguard?

Sports and other recreational activities are important parts of maintaining a healthy lifestyle. However, it’s no secret that while participating in sports, injuries can happen. In fact, according to research, sports-related accidents are one of the most common causes of orofacial injuries. Athletes – especially those who are into contact sports – are very prone to suffering from damage to their teeth, gums, and mouth.

These types of injuries can be prevented by wearing a high-quality mouthguard.

Mouthguards are protective devices that cover your teeth and gums to prevent damage. Not only do mouthguards protect your teeth, gums and mouth, studies have also shown that wearing them for protection helps reduce the probability of having a concussion after a collision in contact sports.

There Are 3 Different Types Of Mouthguards

  1. Stock – These are ready-to-wear mouthguards. Among the three, these are the most affordable option. However stock mouthguards provide the least amount of protection and are also usually uncomfortable to wear.
  2. Boil & Bite – These mouthguards are intended to fit your teeth. The lining can be softened with boiling water after which you bite into them to take the shape of your mouth. They are not a perfect fit so although better than stock mouthguards, they can still be uncomfortable to wear.
  3. Custom-fitted – These are considered to provide the most protection for your teeth, gums, lips and jaw. Custom-made mouthguards are crafted by your dentist to ensure that they perfectly fit. Because of their tight fit, custom-fitted mouthguards can give you the best cushioning and shock absorption while being very comfortable to wear.
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