clenching and grinding
Wearing a mouth guard at night can prevent the clenching and grinding of teeth. The guard reduces muscle tension, protects teeth from further abrasion and helps muscles regain their elasticity. If you think you suffer from Bruxism, our team can make an accurate diagnosis and recommend the right treatment for your situation.
bad breath (Halitosis)
sport mouth guards
A custom-fitted mouth guard is recommended for people in sports like boxing, martial arts, hockey, football and soccer because it’s perfectly moulded to your bite and does not affect speech or interfere with breathing. These guards offer the best protection, longevity and comfort, and they can be adapted to fit over orthodontic appliances.
baby teeth (first visit)
Our team can complete an analysis of your oral health problems and assess the options and solutions that are best for you. We will recommend the appropriate treatment (or combination of treatments) moving forward.
Temporomandibular Joint (TMJ)
The development of tooth decay is strongly related to our eating habits and the overconsumption of sugar. The main dietary culprits are pop, gum, candies and sugary cereals. The first stage of decay, enamel destruction, is painless and the best time to treat the problem. Once the decay moves into the dentine or pulp, a filling or root canal may be required. Good oral hygiene and regular dental cleanings are the most effective ways to prevent tooth decay.