Pain Free (Sedation) Dentistry FAQs
Thursday, August 18, 2011
Pain Free Dentistry is a way of providing a comfortable, relaxing and painless experience during your dental treatment. What does pain free dentistry involve? Prior to your dental treatment, our specialised anaesthetist will intravenously administer a personalised dose of sedation drugs. Once these take effect, you will still be conscious and be able to respond [...]
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Don’t be scared of the dentist anymore!
Dental phobics (people afraid of going to the dentist) will spend a lot of time thinking about what their dental treatment involves. They may worry about  how long the appointment will last, or sometimes try hard not to think of the dental appointment or procedures involved. Phobia can be in the form of anxiety or fear, and chances are that this applies to you or someone you know.» Read More

Myofunctional Therapy – New Dental Treatment for Children
Monday, May 23, 2011
Myofunctional Therapy is a treatment that aims at establishing and improving the correct function of oral and facial muscles. If these muscles are not functioning ideally, it can lead to bad habits such as mouth breathing due to an obstructed nasal airway. This then causes a lowering of tongue position which results in a change in [...]
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Dental Treatment for Snoring
Sunday, April 10, 2011
What is Snoring? Snoring is an abnormal breathing noise that occurs while someone is sleeping. It takes place when the muscles of the airway fail to work as they should; causing noisy vibrations to be produced when air rushes against the soft palate and sides of the throat. It is usually due to one of [...]
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