We understand a dental visit can be surrounded by feelings of anxiety in some of us. which is why we created Coast Dental around the theme of the ocean and relaxation.
It is perfectly normal for you to want a bright and white smile like a celebrity to boost your self-confidence. Our teeth naturally become darker and yellowish as we age especially together with lifestyle habits such as drinking coffee, tea, coke, red wine and smoking, which will result in more dull and yellowish discoloured teeth. … Continue reading “Teeth Whitening”
Do you have any missing teeth? If you have one or more missing teeth, it will not only affect your appearance but could also affect other healthy teeth as a result of the biting forces being spread over a lesser number of teeth. This can lead to cracking or fracture of other teeth resulting in … Continue reading “Dental Implants”
The benefits of breathing through the nose is that the fine hairs present inside the nose acts as a filter to prevent unwanted particles from entering the lungs. Breathing through the nose also helps to warm and humidify the air which is inhaled. When breathing through the mouth, the benefits of nasal breathing is lost. … Continue reading “The Harmful Effects of Mouth Breathing”
A filling is needed when bacteria in your mouth has caused a decay in your tooth. The decay is then removed and a filling is placed. However, a filling is only beneficial if it continues to protect the tooth. Over time some fillings may begin to have gaps in between and bacteria can easily get … Continue reading “Why Some Old Fillings Could Be Doing More Harm To Your Tooth?”
Your smile often says a lot about your personality. In today’s highly competitive world there is no saying how important a first impression can be. Whether you want to make a good first impression to ace your job interview, impress your clients or to turn that first date into a second date with that special … Continue reading “What is Cosmetic Dentistry?”
Preventive dentistry is the foundation of modern dentistry. Most dental diseases have no symptoms till advanced stages of disease. As dentists we often tell our adult patients to visit a dentist every 6 months for an oral check to detect diseases early and to prevent these diseases from progressing to advanced oral diseases. Detecting dental … Continue reading “Creating Beautiful LITTLE Smiles”