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Dental Work and Holidays: A Guide for Travellers


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Dental Work and Holidays: A Guide for Travellers

Just because you go on holiday, doesn't mean that the bacteria on your mouth does. Hi! My name is Mandi, and as a lover of travelling, I have taken a lot of trips. Unfortunately, I have also had the misfortune to suffer from dental issues on those trips. This blog focuses on everything related to travelling and dental work. I plan to have posts on picking the right travel insurance for your teeth, dealing with a broken tooth when abroad, dental tourism and more. I hope that you find the information that you need and that your next holiday goes well. Now, let's smile together from wherever we are in the world! Happy travels!

Ways to Tackle Your Fear of the Dentist

When you have a fear of going to see your dentist, it's important to understand you're not alone. However, it's equally important to tackle your fear so that you can maintain good oral health. There are techniques you can use before, during, and after your appointment to make life easier. Understanding Your Fear  Try to reflect on what caused your fear to start. Did you have a bad experience with a dentist as a child? Read More 

How to Stop Getting Food Stuck In Your Braces

Braces eventually lead to straighter teeth, so they should be worth whatever you go through when you have them. That doesn't mean you can't be annoyed by things like food getting stuck in the braces, though, which is a common issue that everyone with braces deals with. There's not much you can do to stop food from being temporarily stuck on your braces as you eat, so what you want to concentrate on is ensuring that food doesn't stay stuck in your braces for much longer once you're done eating. Read More 

Dental Issues Affecting Older People

Older people often have more dental problems than younger people. This is due to several factors, including changes in the mouth associated with ageing, poorer overall health and medications that can affect the teeth. This article will discuss some of the most common dental problems affecting older people. 1. Gum Disease   Gum disease is a dental problem that can impact older adults. Gum disease is triggered by the buildup of plaque and tartar on the teeth and gums, which leads to inflammation and infection. Read More 

How To Resolve Toothaches

Toothaches result from simple issues such as food stuck in your gum or more significant problems such as a broken or infected tooth. The simple case might take minimal effort to resolve, but the complex ones require the intervention of a dentist. Dentist appointments might also help you determine the severity of issues causing toothaches. This piece discusses several ways of resolving toothaches.  Dental Extraction Tooth extraction involves removing the infected or chipped tooth. Read More 

Essential Ways to Reduce Gum Inflammation

Did you know that keeping your gums healthy can protect other areas of your body? When gum inflammation occurs, it may cause systemic inflammation that affects both your short and long-term health outcomes. It's for this reason that the periodontics field is so important. Periodontists play a role in reducing gum inflammation and responding when those inflammatory processes cause problems. If you want to play your own role in keeping inflammation at bay, here are some ways you can do so. Read More