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FAQs

How Often Should You Go To The Dentist?

Even if you take excellent care of your teeth and gums, you still need regular dental check-ups. Many dental problems dont become visible or cause pain until they are in more advanced stages. On average, seeing a dentist twice a year works well for many people. People with a high risk of dental disease might need to visit every three or four months, or more.

Should I Floss At Night Or Morning?

Dentist recommends flossing once a day for healthy teeth and gums. Our dentist in North Sydney also suggests, flossing in the evening will clear away food particles that have built up during the meals and snacks eaten during the day. Night-time flossing may also be more effective because of the reduced levels in the mouth of saliva, which naturally helps to clean and protect teeth and gums.

How Often Do You Brush Your Teeth?

Our dentist in North Sydney can help you determine the best answer to the question and the answer is:ย  Keeping your teeth clean goes a long way toward keeping them strong and healthy. Brush your teeth at least twice a day with fluoride toothpaste for at least two minutes, especially first thing in the morning and before bedtime.

Wisdom Tooth Extraction – Pain after 5 Days?

Wisdom tooth extraction pain will normally disappear after a couple of days but can occasionally last for up to 2 weeks. If the pain persists more than 5 days, itโ€™s always better to notify the clinic. No two mouths are the same. Some patients may heal fast with little or no pain, while others may have a more prolonged recovery with significant pain. If you have any concerns about your healing, call our dentist in North Sydney.

Is It Bad To Whiten Your Teeth With Toothpaste?

The answer is YES. Teeth whitening tooth paste removes extrinsic staining, which are stains on the outside of your teeth caused by tea, coffee, smoking, etc., by scratching the surface of your enamel. Once your enamel has been removed it will not grow back and this causes teeth sensitivity. This is why you should consult with the teeth whitening professional before using teeth whitening toothpastes. Have a talk with our dentist in North Sydney to know more.

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