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Dentures Vs. Dental Implants – What’s Right For You?

Wednesday, September 25th, 2019

perfect smile with dental implantNot that long ago, if you had missing teeth the options that were available to you were dentures or dentures. Cumbersome and uncomfortable things that we remember sitting in a glass on the sink at our grandparent’s home. 

No longer is that the case. Sure, dentures are still one of the solutions for missing teeth but they’re not uncomfortable or fake looking. In fact, they look like real teeth. You can smile, chew, speak normally and they don’t change the appearance of your face.

Compared to implants, dentures in Sydney are less expensive; can be applied soon after an extraction and there’s no surgical procedure associated with dentures. The downside is that they are still dentures and they are fragile, slightly lacking in authenticity (although they are much-advanced in this regard) and they won’t last as long as implants. (more…)

Questions to ask Your Dentist Before You Choose Invisalign

Saturday, August 31st, 2019

Dentist for invisalign in SydneyIf you want to build your confidence by having a fantastic, fresh smile but you don’t want to have to live with uncomfortable metal brackets and wires then Invisalign invisible braces in Sydney is the solution for you. 

Invisalign uses invisible plastic aligners to straighten and improve the appearance of your teeth. Not only are they removable, replaceable, comfortable and custom made to fit your teeth, if you have crooked or crowded teeth then Invisalign perform the same role as braces without looking like braces.

As you consider your options, no doubt you will have a few questions. Orthodontic treatments require consideration and in your case there may be some other factors that you need to consider. For some really great tips for invisalign users and Invisalign before and after photos go to: https://cosmicsmile.com.au/some-tips-and-tricks-for-invisalign-users/

Invisalign is very popular and very effective. There are lots of generic Invisalign style or copies on the market but Cosmic Smile use only authentic Invisalign products. We get a lot of enquiries each week so we thought it might be a good idea to help your decision by writing an article on some of the frequently asked questions.

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What to expect when wearing temporary veneers?

Wednesday, July 31st, 2019

Temporary Veneers Snap on Smile in placeIf you have teeth that are cracked, discoloured or crooked, Cosmic Smile in Neutral Bay can hide the imperfections with a custom made and designed dental veneer. 

Cosmic Smile can produce temporary veneers in the size and shape of your teeth and in a colour of your choosing. Dental veneers cost the fraction of caps, and depending on how often you wear them and how well you care for them, they can last years. Because they make your teeth appear straighter and whiter, your appearance will be transformed and you’ll start to live with increased amounts of positivity and confidence.

Snap on temporary veneers are made of a very fine resin, but despite their thin appearance they are extremely resilient and durable. They work in the way a mouth guard works but they are a fraction of the width of a mouthguard. Their versatility allows you to remove them without needing to go to the dentist and fitting them is a painless process that doesn’t require dental injections, teeth or tissue removal or any form of bonding. They are literally clip on veneer tips or teeth covers that look anything but fake or false. They are so versatile that you can apply a snap on smile before and after you go out.   (more…)

The Snoring Remedies That Really Work

Sunday, June 30th, 2019

sleeping with a snoring partnerThe Snore

Snoring is fairly common for human beings. Not everyone snores and not all snorers snore every night.  Some snorers are quiet and some are very, very loud. Unfortunately, the snorer is often not disturbed by their own snoring where it typically falls to those affected by sleepless nights lying awake listening to the dull roar next to them,  to seek a solution. In most cases snoring is not considered dangerous although a snorer is wise to seek advice on what it causing louder than usual slumber and whether their nighttime resonance could be a sign of impaired breathing or sleep apnoea.  Both the later conditions affect the health of the snorer and in some cases can be high risk, so are worth checking with your doctor. (more…)

Choose a Laser Dentist to Treat Gum Disease

Thursday, May 30th, 2019

Sydney laser dentistPeriodontal or gum disease can be the result of poor oral health, a genetic predisposition or susceptibility, diabetes, smoking and some medications. It’s an infection of the gum tissue and bone structure that holds the teeth in place. Gum disease usually affects people in their 30s and 40s and if it is not treated you can lose some, if not all of your teeth. Gum disease is also linked to heart disease and stroke and premature birth.

If you have gum disease and have undergone treatment to clean the surfaces of your teeth and the roots that are hidden beneath your swollen gums, you will know that it’s not a very pleasant procedure. Maintenance is the key, but if you have let it slip for any length of time then calculus builds up and you are in for another uncomfortable session in the dentist’s chair.

So for sufferers of gum disease, news of a less invasive treatment that eliminates the need for scraping and drilling is reason to let out a big sigh of relief.

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Nine News story on NightLase laser treatment by Dr Jason Pang

Sunday, June 26th, 2016

24th June 2016

A Nine News crew came in to interview a patient and myself about the NightLase laser snoring treatment. They were interested to see whether it worked and spoke to one of our patients that had a successful treatment. After that I was interviewed about the treatment and how it works to stop snoring and help patients and their partners sleep better. They also got some footage of the laser in action. About 40 min of footage resulted in a 2 min segment. Enjoy!

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