At Today’s Dentistry, we have appointments reserved each day to help people who are in pain or need an emergency dentist Brisbane. We understand this is something you haven’t planned for and we’re here to help.
Many people come to us telling us they’ve had a painful or bad dental experience in the past. It’s always sad when we hear this because it doesn’t have to be like this. Just because you’ve had a bad dental experience, it doesn’t mean history has to be repeated.
For many people, going to the dentist isn’t a regular six-monthly event. What that means, of course, is that small problems over time often escalate into bigger problems, which are always more complex and costly to treat.
Many people who have a fear of dentists feel like they’re alone. In fact, about one in seven patients suffer from dental anxiety. In our experience, most people have some level of dental phobia or embarrassment and it’s one of the most common concerns we see at Today’s Dentistry.
Whether you get funny in the tummy just thinking about it, or you have serious dental-chair trauma, it can help to learn about what’s what in dental sedation – so you’ll know exactly what’s going on when you’re called into the dental room. Here we talk with Dr David Kerr. about the options for people who suffer from dental fear and dental anxieties.
Just about everyone has suffered from bad breath at one point in their life. From morning breath to garlic breath, there are many forms of bad breath. But did you know that bad breath can be a sign of something much more serious than an offensive odor? We have been serving our patients since 1988
In our first article in this series, we answered some of the questions we often receive from parents who are concerned about how their kids adult teeth are developing. Sometimes when your child’s adult teeth are developing, weird stuff can happen! Here we talk about shark teeth – when adult teeth come through behind baby
As your child starts losing their baby teeth and their adult teeth come through, it’s normal to worry if things are going the way they should. Here are questions we often receive from parents who are concerned about how their kids adult teeth are developing. Then, in our second article in this series, we’ll look