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Do You Want to Work on People's Teeth? Become a Dental Hygienist! - Pages Menu Blog Become a Dental Hygienist Most recent articles What You Need to Do If One of Your Teeth Gets Knocked out in a Tackle Posted by Charlotte Dryer on Mar 7, 2017 in Uncategorized | Rugby is one of the greatest passions in Australian sports and something that a majority of youngsters first encounter in school or college. It’s little wonder that this country is at the top of the tree when it comes to this engaging sport, as so many are keen to get involved. Yet, while this is a largely safe sport, you have to look out for your own health and safety. In particular, you need to make sure that you guard against any damage to your teeth. What do you need to know, in case you encounter a problem here? Mouth Guards Don’t Always Work It almost goes without saying that you should fit a proper mouthguard whenever you take part in this type of contact sport. However, even with one of these appliances, accidents can still occur. A particular type of impact could knock one of your teeth out. Certainly, this is going to be a painful experience, but you also need to take some specific action before you go off the pitch and head for the dentist. What You Need to Do Make it a priority to find the missing tooth if it’s been completely knocked out of your mouth. Get a water bottle from one of the trainers and use the water to make sure that the tooth is completely rinsed off to get rid of any dirt or grass. If the root appears to be largely intact, then you need to try and put the tooth back. Certainly you might think that this is a job for a dentist, but what you need to remember is that the tooth is a living organism, and the sooner you replace it, the more chance you’re going to have to save it. How to Reinsert Ideally, you should get somebody else to help you do this. A certain amount of pressure will have to be applied, so somebody will have to place their hand on top of your head, or underneath your jaw in order to counteract that pressure. When ready, put the tooth back in to the gap gently, and then push down and keep the pressure on for a minute or two. The tooth is only going to fit one way, so you don’t need to worry about doing anything incorrectly, but just make sure that the pressure is maintained for a minute or more. This should also help to stop any bleeding that may have occurred. After this, you should keep your mouth closed and maintain gentle pressure between the top and bottom row, until you can get to an emergency dentist. Getting the Dentist to Finish It off If you’ve done this, the dentist will have a head start in restoring everything to its former glory. You may have to have a root canal or other work done, but there is a good chance that the tooth will be able to survive. Note that if you were unable to reinsert the tooth at the scene, try and place it in a container of milk and take it with you to the dental... read more Why You Need to Get Professional Cleaning Even If You Think Your Home Routine Is Good Enough Posted by Charlotte Dryer on Dec 22, 2016 in Uncategorized | When was the last time that you had your teeth professionally cleaned? If it’s been some time, then you may be wondering why it’s important. How can you benefit from a visit to a dental hygienist and why shouldn’t you put it off any longer? Home Work Is Not Enough Many people seem to think that having a solid, home-based dental care regime is enough when it comes to maintaining excellent oral health. They may brush for at least two minutes at a time and twice per day. They may floss religiously and they may choose the most expensive toothpaste money can afford. Yet while this is a great start, it is not sufficient by itself. No matter how careful you are at home cleaning, the fact remains that a certain amount of bacteria is still going to attach to the harder-to-reach areas around the gum line. It’s impossible to avoid this. While the amount of tartar that accumulates can be slowed by good home practices, it’s nevertheless going to be evident as the months and years go by. Scaling and Polishing The only way this can be successfully removed once it has hardened is for a hygienist to scale and polish the teeth. He or she will use special implements to soften and then remove the hardened tartar from around the gum line. Usually this is done without the need for any anaesthetic, but if you have particularly sensitive gums, then some can be requested. Avoiding Bigger Problems Unfortunately, without this type of cleaning from time to time, the hardened bacteria can become more prevalent and can give rise to conditions such as gingivitis or periodontitis. In the latter case, this is quite a serious condition as it can cause gums to recede and a certain amount of bone loss as well. Getting Some Education If you feel that you may not be as efficient as possible when it comes to your home cleaning regime, ask for advice when you visit your hygienist. Part of their role is, after all, to help you learn how to clean your teeth most effectively. Helping Your Smile Finally, think of a visit to the dental hygienist as something of a smile makeover. Your teeth are likely to look a lot nicer when any tartar at the gum line is removed, as this can give a slight discolouration. They will also feel a lot cleaner and healthier. It can also give you a solid foundation so you can have professional teeth whitening done for even better... read more The Chilling Truth about Chewing Ice: Why Chewing Ice is Bad for Your Teeth Posted by Charlotte Dryer on Dec 22, 2016 in Uncategorized | Everyone has a bad habit or two that they have somehow developed over time, such as biting their finger nails, tapping their feet or chewing ice. Many of these habits even have names and, through research, have been connected to other conditions that might exist. The desire to chew ice; for example, is referred to as “pagophagia”, and has been linked to a deficiency in iron or calcium. However, whether you chew ice regularly or not, you should be aware that although enamel is the hardest substance in the human body, it is also very brittle. This makes it prone to cracking and breaking, especially in people over the age of forty, when teeth are weaker. If you have a habit of chewing ice, a friend or relative may have already warned you about the danger to your teeth. Their concerns are justified. Read on to learn just how deadly ice can be to your teeth. You Exert Massive Force While Chewing The muscles of your jaw can exert from 150 to 270 lbs of pressure per square inch while you are chewing. This massive force alone exerted against a solid chunk of ice, not once or twice, but over and over, means that while the ice tends to lose this battle of compression; eventually, your teeth may come out on the losing side. This Force is Combined with Temperature Fluctuations When this force is combined with temperature fluctuations; which cause teeth to expand and con...

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