Category: Dental Treatment Advice

This section covers all you need to know about the various common types of dental treatment.
We will cover the routine treatments of fillings, extractions and dentures. The slightly more involved treatments of crowns, bridges and root canals will also be explained.
Why might you need treatment? What is involved? What are the alternatives?
All and more will be explained, just click into the main topic areas listed below

Denture Procedure: What’s Involved in Making Dentures?

Denture Procedure: What’s Involved in Making Dentures?

At the first visit of any denture procedure your dentist will assess your needs.  Your mouth will be examined to see what type of denture is best, or if bridges or implants would be better for you. If you are ...

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Types of Dentures: The Differences Explained

Types of Dentures: The Differences Explained

There are several types of dentures.  This page will give you a summary on the various types of dentures and when they are suitable.  Dentures are classed depending on whether or not there are natural teeth remaining in the mouth ...

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Dry Socket and Other Complications After Tooth Extraction

Dry Socket and Other Complications After Tooth Extraction

Post-tooth extraction dry socket occurs after about 5% of tooth extractions. It is a very painful condition that develops when a blood clot does not form properly at the tooth extraction site, or when the clot is lost too early. Thus the ...

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The Do’s and Don’ts of Tooth Extraction Aftercare

The Do’s and Don’ts of Tooth Extraction Aftercare

OK, so you have just had a tooth removed, or are about to have this procedure. What do you need to do to give yourself the best chance of a speedy and painless recovery? Your dentist will give you instructions ...

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Tooth Extraction Procedure: What To Expect

Tooth Extraction Procedure: What To Expect

If you need a tooth removed, the exact tooth extraction procedure that might be needed will depend on several factors.  These factors include the condition of your tooth and where it lies in your mouth. If you need an extraction, your ...

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