Pregnancy & Dentistry

What should I do in regards to my dental hygiene before I get pregnant? Before you become pregnant: It is important to care for your teeth and gums before pregnancy. Dental plaque (bacteria, saliva and food remnants) needs to be cleaned from the teeth and gum-line by brushing twice daily and flossing regularly. Use a Read More …

Gum Disease

When you hear the dentist reciting numbers while the inside of your mouth is being examined you may think your teeth are being counted. Not so. Your gum health is actually being assessed. “Gum health can be assessed with a calibrated dental instrument,” says Martin Hogan, DDS, Loyola University Medical Center. “The pocket between the Read More …

Dentists Melbourne – Lifetime Dental Health Group You’ve just made the first step to realising an improvement to your teeth, dental hygiene and well being. If pain, needless expense and a limited approach that starts and ends with your teeth are what you associate with ‘dentist’, then you will benefit from paying us a visit. You’ll find Read More …