It is, therefore, essential to maintain oral health.
This should start in childhood so that healthy habits develop early.
Even toddlers can benefit from a visit to the dentist’s office to be examined for early signs of tooth decay, and to become used to the place where many important preventive services will be performed throughout childhood and beyond.
Every stage of life comes with particular oral health concerns, and your Buderim dentist is trained to address every one of them.
Family dentistry addresses the oral health of patients of all ages.
Children have different dental needs than adults, and a qualified family dentist delivers comprehensive oral care from temporary teeth to permanent teeth.
Like general dentistry, family dentistry’s primary concern is oral hygiene and health — however, family dentists centre on the unique needs of children of all ages.
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Composite fillings are tooth-coloured fillings that are widely used in the field of modern dentistry.
Since they are tooth-coloured, they can be closely matched to the colour of existing teeth and are more aesthetically suitable for use in front teeth or other teeth that are easily visible.
Conscious sedation doesn’t put you to sleep. A measured mixture of laughing gas and oxygen makes you feel a bit lightheaded and more relaxed while you undergo a procedure.
The medication provides a calming effect but doesn’t prevent communication between you and the dentist.
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Do you suffer from a severe toothache or sensitivity to hot and cold foods and beverages? If so, you may have an infected root canal.
Our root canal treatment is quick, safe and effective. So, if you are experiencing such issues, see your dentist right away. The sooner you seek treatment, the better.
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We have extensive experience in extraction procedures, which helps us to provide safe and successful results.
Not all wisdom teeth require removal, as most of them are healthy and have no problems, such as direction of their growth, during eruption.
But, if your wisdom tooth is impacted, it’s recommended you see your dentist as soon as possible.
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The condition of your jawbone is a significant aspect of oral health. An unhealthy jawbone can be problematic for your teeth and your comfort.
Unfortunately, not all diseases of the jaw are recognisable. More often, you need the help of your dentist or a specialist to diagnose your condition correctly.
If you often wake up with a headache, then it’s time to call your dentist. You might be suffering from a jaw disease.
Enduring the pain won’t help. A disease of the jawbone does not heal over time. The pain will only worsen. If you suffer from jaw pain, contact your Buderim dentist right away.
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Dry mouth, also called xerostomia, is a dental condition wherein the saliva supply is lower than what your mouth needs to maintain a healthy balance.
Saliva performs multiple functions in the mouth other than as an aid to digestion. It also plays an important role in keeping your mouth healthy.
If you think your mouth is drier than usual, visit your dentist right away. A dry mouth can cause risks to your oral health when left untreated.
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Tooth sensitivity is often an accompanying issue to a more complicated dental problem compromising your oral health.
If you have sensitive teeth, you likely have another dental problem underlying it.
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No one wants to have a tooth extracted. You’ll do everything in your power to avoid it.
Even your dentist will do the same. Every possible solution is discussed before settling for an extraction.
But sometimes, tooth extraction is the best possible treatment. We at Comfort Dental Centre only perform tooth extractions if it is best for you.
We are after your best interests; hence, we assure you of completely safe tooth extractions in our office.
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Periodontics is focused on the treatment of the supporting structures of the teeth — that is the gums, bone, and other associated tissues.
A periodontist is a dentist who specialises in treating diseases of the periodontium.
Gum disease is most often a slow, progressive infection that takes time to develop.
Like high blood pressure, it is often “silent”; that is, you may not recognise that you have it. Over time, gum disease can create huge dental issues.
Comfort Dental Centre provides expert care for healthy, beautiful smiles.
Call our dental office to schedule a check-up, consultation, or second opinion visit. We serve patients from Buderim and surrounding areas, with topnotch dentistry.
We are located at T204B, 32 Wises Road in Buderim.