Conquering Dentophobia

conquering dentophobia Azenith Arnolds was 10 years old when she visited her dentist for her first tooth extraction. During the procedure, her dentist failed to properly anesthetize her back molar and hit a nerve spot-on.

The result was a memory of excruciating physical pain and a paralyzing fear of dentists that persists until today.

Few people get excited about visiting their local dentist. But chronic fear of dentists, otherwise known as odontophobia, prevents millions of people around the world from seeking the proper oral healthcare.


Whiten your Teeth at Main Beach Dental

Whiten your Teeth at Main Beach Dental At Main Beach Dental, there is one question about cosmetic dentistry that we hear most often, “How can I make my teeth whiter?” Everyone wants a great smile, and white teeth are part of that.

The answer to this question is that teeth whitening in a dental office has become increasingly common, safe, affordable, and effective.

And in comparison to whitening products available in stores, or DIY products found on websites, the whitening products at Main Beach Dental.


Top 4 Amazing Benefits of Brushing & Flossing from Main Beach Dental

top 4 amazing benefits of brushing and flossing from main beach dental Let’s face it, brushing your teeth is a chore, and a great many people find it a bind to do on any kind of regular basis.

Brushing is bad enough, and flossing can be even more annoying.

It is, however, indisputable that regular brushing and flossing is an essential part of one’s daily routine that will reap innumerable benefits, now and in the future.


Be #MouthProud: World Oral Health Day 2021 Tips from Main Beach Dental

world oral health day 2021 tips from main beach dental Every year on March 20, we celebrate World Oral Health Day to spread awareness of the importance of oral health.

The theme for the next three years sends out a very simple yet powerful message: Be Proud of Your Mouth. Value and take care of it.

In 2021, your Main Beach dentist wants to promote change by focusing on the importance of oral health for overall health since good oral health can help you live a long and healthier life.


Valentine’s Day and Your Smile

valentines day and your smile In 2014, Australians spent some 90.9 million dollars on Valentine’s Day chocolate and confections.

Each year, Australians consume nearly 6 kilograms of chocolate. But candy and chocolate are not good for your dental health.

And bad dental health can affect the other gift that many people give their loved ones on Valentine’s Day – kisses!

And kisses can be good for you, as they stimulate saliva production and help keep your teeth clean.