So there are those times where we’ve come home late, we’re exhausted, and we’ve either had a good or bad day and we think to ourselves, I’m going to skip brushing and/or flossing tonight, I deserve to just go to bed, I’ve earned it!
There are several reasons you might be clenching or grinding your teeth throughout the day or when you are sleeping. This type of behaviour is known as Bruxism. In medical terms it’s anything related to clenching, grinding, gnashing or grating of the teeth.
Let’s explore what foods are really bad for your teeth so you can consider not consuming them at all or limiting their consumption greatly. There are more than just these four, but let’s start here.
Uh oh, the beloved potato chip. What’s so bad about...
1. A Good Reputation
It is important to know whether the dentist you choose has the necessary expertise, training and experience to provide reliable oral healthcare to you and your family. To make your job easier, take some referrals from friends or other healthcare providers and...
Tis the season to be jolly! With Christmas parties on the rise and afternoon drinks and nibbles in the sun becoming routine, our team at Paul Beath Dental have come up with a handy oral health guide to help you survive and keep smiling this Christmas.
Attention those with Health Funds!
With the festive season fast approaching, we are getting very busy at the Paul Beath Dental practice and we wanted to remind our valued patients about their health fund dental extras.
Newcastle Dentists; Paul Beath Dental find that the most common causes of dental injuries include falling over, being hit in the face or having some kind of accident while playing sport. It is also possible to injure or break a tooth by eating something hard.
Healthy gums- 6 tips for getting and keeping them
Gum disease (also known as periodontal disease) is one of the leading causes of tooth loss among adults. Gum disease can be easily treated if it is diagnosed in the early stages.
At Paul Beath Dental we are highly committed to prevention and taking an active approach to your oral health. We don’t want you to suffer pain or need to undergo costly and invasive procedures, which is why we do our very best to work with you to keep your teeth and gums healthy for life.
The third annual World Cavity Free Future Day (WCFFD) on October 14, 2018, is an initiative launched in 2016 by the Alliance for a Cavity-Free Future (ACFF) to address the need for greater global awareness of dental caries (cavities).
1 October - 7 October marks “Sleep Awareness Week”. For many Australians, getting a regular good night sleep is just a dream. For a growing number of couples, snoring and sleep apnoea have unfortunately become part of their routine nocturnal activity and is contributing to a serious lack of quality shut eye across the country and the world.