Detecting mouth cancer early ensures you receive the treatment you need as quickly as possible. Knowing what signs to look out for is key.
Category - Oral Health & Wellbeing
Gingivitis is a form of gum disease. Caused by a buildup of plaque, left untreated gingivitis can develop into periodontitis and lead to loss of teeth.
When you see the orthodontist regularly, do you still need to visit the dentist? Short answer: yes. Let's discuss your dentist and braces.
Dentists are always saying you need to brush and floss twice a day - but is flossing all that important? It may be more vital than brushing.
Gum disease affects a lot of New Zealanders - so it could impact your child too. Let's talk about the genetic and environmental factors influencing gum disease.
Looking after your teeth takes as little as four minutes total, every day. Don't skimp on this minor routine - find out why you need to brush twice a day.