You should wear a mouthguard if you play a contact sport or any sport where your mouth may get knocked.This applies to training as well. A fitted mouthguard from your dentist offers the best protection. Many different colours are available. TRY PURPLE for a change!
See:Mouthguards for more information
Many teenagers have orthodontic treatment to straighten crowded or irregular teeth or correct jaw problems.
When you have orthodontic treatment you need to:
1. Keep your teeth very clean.
2. Prevent damage in sports activities.
3. Watch your intake of acidic foods and drinks.
Read more about orthodontics
You may find new wisdom (in the form of extra back molar teeth) coming through at about age 16 to 25. The problem is that you might not have enough room in your mouth for these teeth to grow into a normal position.
While they grow, a teething gel can relieve pain. A mouth rinse (chlorhexidine) may also assist in keeping the area free from bacteria and infection.
For many, the only cure is to remove them. This can be simple or complicated depending on how the teeth have grown.
For much more information...
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Camberwell Dental Group
Mon, Wed, Thurs, Fri 8am-6pm
Sat 8.30 am-1 pm
575 Riversdale Rd
Camberwell VIC 3124 AU
Monash University Health Service Dental Clinic (Clayton)
21 Chancellors Walk, Building 10,
Clayton Campus, Wellington Road, Clayton.
03 9905 1000
Two convenient locations
Camberwell and Monash University
Dr Erik Magee BDSc (Melb)
Dr Stephen Liew BDSc (Melb), FPFA, FADI
Dr Sue King BDSc (Melb)
Dr Lin Liang BDSc (Hons Melb)
Dr Edward Ounapuu BDSc (Adel)
Dr Yasmin Ardebili BDS (Honours), Masters in Implantology (Distinction) (University of Manchester)
Dr Marjan Ardebili BDS (Manchester,UK), MFDS (RCS Ed)
Dr Nigel Gamage BDSc (Sheffield)
Dr Brent Woods BSc MBBS BOralH GDipDent FRACDS (OMS)
Camberwell Dental Group and Monash University Dental Clinic premier dentists promoting health care for life. - Family orientated