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3 Myths of Root Canal Treatment http://crowndentalgroup.com.au/3-myths-of-root-canal-treatment/

You started your day like any other normal day. You got up and went to work, followed your normal routine, nothing special on your list of things to do. That tooth that sometimes bothered you hurt a little bit, but that’s normal, right? No big deal.

But by the end of the day your tooth is throbbing. You’re constantly holding your jaw (as if that would help). You can’t think about anything. You can’t do anything. You realize that you can no longer avoid a visit to the dentist. This has to stop, and has to stop now!
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 Rowville Dentist Tips: How to Deal with Dental Emergencies http://crowndentalgroup.com.au/rowville-dentist-tips-how-to-deal-with-dental-emergencies/

Many types of dental injuries can happen due to either poor oral health or trauma, but the most common of these are toothaches, damaged teeth and abscesses.

If you don’t know what to do in case of a dental emergency, read on for helpful tips and instructions.

Here at Crown Dental Group, our experience dental team is ready to manage your dental emergencies with speed and proficiency.
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What Are The Causes Of Tongue Problems? http://wb.md/1fXVUTM

Though often hailed as "the strongest muscle in the body," the tongue is made up of a group of muscles that allow us to taste food, swallow, and talk. A healthy tongue is pink and covered with small nodules called papillae.

Because you use your tongue constantly, it can be frustrating and uncomfortable when you experience tongue problems, including discoloration and soreness. There are a variety of causes for a number of common tongue symptoms. Fortunately, the majority of tongue problems are not serious and most can be resolved quickly.
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Tooth Enamel Erosion and Restoration http://wb.md/1j3V74v

Enamel is the thin outer covering of the tooth. This tough shell is the hardest tissue in the human body. Enamel covers the crown which is the part of the tooth that's visible outside of the gums.

Because enamel is translucent, you can see light through it. But the main portion of the tooth, the dentin, is the part that's responsible for your tooth color -- whether white, off white, grey, or yellowish.

Sometimes coffee, tea, cola, red wine, fruit juices, and cigarettes stain the enamel on your teeth. Regular visits to your dentist for routine cleaning and polishing can help remove most surface stains and make sure your teeth stay healthy.
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Dental Exam: Reasons You Shouldn’t Skip It http://goo.gl/ZilDW3

No matter how diligent you are with your oral hygiene routine at home, there is still a need to visit your dentist and get your current oral health status checked. Regular dental visits are vital for keeping your teeth and gums in top shape. Aside from ensuring you have bright and pleasing smiles at the end of the day, bi-annual visits also help determine any oral health problems and can even reveal some medical conditions during a dental exam.
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Treating Gum Disease with Natural Remedies http://crowndentalgroup.com.au/treating-gum-disease-with-natural-remedies/ 

Here’s a 3 minutes and 28 seconds Treating Gum Disease with Natural Remedies video. See full transcript below.

Gum disease is a prevalent oral condition affecting a huge population of adults and seniors. Gingivitis and periodontitis are two forms of gum disease. Without proper treatment, gingivitis, which is a milder type of periodontal disease, can develop into a more serious form now called periodontitis. Untreated periodontal disease can lead to serious oral and medical issues and even system-wide health problems. At the first sign of gum disease, it’s good to know there are different natural remedies you can use at home to help alleviate the condition.

A number of studies have suggested that certain natural treatments can offer some benefits in reducing the probability of gum problems. To help reverse the effects of gum disease, you need to start with a healthy diet high in minerals and vitamins, particularly foods rich in vitamin C. Then choose the natural remedy that you believe is helpful for your gum problems, the one that won’t irritate your gums and offers relief. In addition, before you consider alternative medicine for gum disease, consult your doctor.

Natural remedies for gum disease are more effective if you keep your mouth clean and healthy with daily oral care. Moreover, keep in mind that any form of gum disease must be addressed by a dental expert or periodontist, as well as a nutritionist. For a comprehensive treatment of gum disease, consult your Rowville dentist at Crown Dental Group. By knowing the type and severity of your disease, we can recommend the best solution and treatment for your gum problems.

Claim your Same Day Emergency Dental Appointment Online or call us on (03) 8288 147. We offer Free Dental Checkup and Free Cosmetic Consultation. Contact us today or simply book your appointment online.

To find this video on our Youtube Channel, please click the link below:
Treating Gum Disease with Natural Remedies

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Address: 3/5 Enterprise DriveRowville, VIC 3178
Phone:  (03) 8288 1477
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Getting Ready for your Dental Visits: 5 Useful Tips http://crowndentalgroup.com.au/getting-ready-for-your-dental-visits-5-useful-tips/

Visiting your dentist only happens occasionally; thus, every visit you make must be worth your time and money. It’s important that you know what to expect during an appointment so you can help prepare yourself better and get the most out of your dental visits. Hopefully, your dental team will tell you that you’ve been good with your at-home dental care and requested you to see them after six months. Otherwise, you may also require a dental treatment that the check-up discloses. Whether it’s a routine check-up or a more advanced procedure such as root canal treatment, there are things you need to consider prior to the visit.

Confirm the dental appointment preferably 24 hours in advance to avoid any miscommunications. If you’re a new client, transfer old dental records to the new office, and prepare all your information that includes your previous medical and dental history. Arrive early, so you have enough time to complete the forms and to relax before the actual appointment. If you have dental anxiety, relay this information right away. Your dentist can suggest some methods to lessen your worries. Provide your dentist with all the information they need regarding your dental problems for the past few months. Be straightforward about your medical and dental history and answer all their questions truthfully. Lastly, schedule applicable treatments and follow-ups.

When it comes to your dental visits, your dental team in Rowville at Crown Group Dental ensures you that every visit you have with us is a positive experience. We have friendly and passionate professionals who are ready to listen and understand your dental concerns and provide you recommendations according to your current oral health status. To guide you with your all your dental appointments, talk to your trusted dentist in Rowville today here at Crown Dental Group.

Claim your Same Day Emergency Dental Appointment Online or call us on (03) 8288 1477. We offer Free Dental Checkup and Free Cosmetic Consultation. Contact us today or simply book your appointment online.
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Dental Exam: Reasons You Shouldn’t Skip It http://crowndentalgroup.com.au/dental-exam-reasons-you-shouldnt-skip-it/

No matter how diligent you are with your oral hygiene routine at home, there is still a need to visit your dentist and get your current oral health status checked. Regular dental visits are vital for keeping your teeth and gums in top shape. Aside from ensuring you have bright and pleasing smiles at the end of the day, bi-annual visits also help determine any oral health problems and can even reveal some medical conditions during a dental exam.

Regular dental examinations help safeguard your overall oral heath as well as your general wellbeing. In this stage, your dentist provides guidelines on keeping your teeth healthy and detects any oral concerns early. That is why dental exams along with cleanings are a significant feature of any general dentistry treatment plan.
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