Getting Rid of that Burning Sensation: Speaking with Your Dentist About Burning Mouth Syndrome (BMS)

Burning Mouth Syndrome (BMS) affects anywhere from 0.7% to 4.6% of the general Australian population with most patients who are affected being between the ages of 55 and 60. Although its etiology is still not fully understood due to the lack of accurate diagnosis criteria, a dentist can help you diagnose the syndrome and propose practical and effective solutions to help ease the burn. The Mysteries Surrounding the BMS There is not a lot of medical information recorded for BMS; however, the main symptoms that patients often complain about include a burning, scalding or even a tingling sensation affecting the tongue or other oral tissues. Read More 

How to Deal With Bad Breath

Bad breath is also known as halitosis. It can be quite daunting and embarrassing. It can also greatly affect your social life as well as your job if it involves talking to a lot of people. Bad breath can ultimately make you very uncomfortable and lead to a loss in self-confidence. Bad breath can also be a sign of poor dental care and can be telling of a more serious underlying problem. Read More 

Get Over Your Fear Of The Dentist

Many people seem to have an irrational fear of going to the dentist, and it isn't just children who have this fear. While dental work in past years was painful and seemed to take forever, modern dentistry has changed all that. Many procedures that once took a few hours can now be done in less than an hour, with little to no pain. If you have avoided visiting a dentist due to intense fears, it is time that you do something about those fears. Read More