Dental Concerns

How do I know if my child is a tongue thruster?

Here are some signs:
• Mouth breathing is a big sign – if your child has an open mouth posture most of the time
• Forward placement of tongue at rest (if you see that tongue peeking through those teeth when you child is focusing on other things, your child’s tongue most likely is seated too far forward
• Your child may exhibit a frontal lisp (for /s, z/) or interdental placement for /t, d, n, l/ (meaning they make these sounds b putting their tongue between rather than behind teeth)
• Grimace or strange face when swallowing

Failed dental work

Sooner or later all dental work will need repair, revision or replacement. Numerous studies have shown that the single most important factor in the success & longevity of dentistry is who does it!

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Discolored teeth

Discoloured teeth is a common complaint affecting many people and may vary in severity depending on the cause, the condition of the teeth, age, wear & tear and simple genetics!

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Gum disease

Gum disease (gingivitis, and periodontitis) is a widespread health problem that affects a big part of the adult population
Gingivitis is an infection of the gums. It causes red, swollen gums that bleed easily when the teeth are brushed.

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