Although permanent teeth are meant to last a lifetime, sometimes that's simply not possible. This holds especially true for people who are faced with a killer toothache, and the tooth is already in a beyond-repair state. Tooth extraction is oftentimes the last solution to a badly damaged or decayed tooth since dentists usually do whatever it takes to save it.
Many adults are scared to get a tooth extracted, and I wholeheartedly feel for them as it's not an easy decision to make. As with everything else, there are certain pros and cons to having a dental procedure like tooth extraction Melbourne dentists suggest, and weighing your options before you go is key to ensuring you're making the best decision for your health and for your wallet.
How many times have you fallen asleep without previously brushing your teeth? Nearly half of all adult Australians admit they don't bother to brush their teeth before going to bed mainly because they're too tired or forget about it while checking Facebook, Instagram, and other social media accounts. By skipping the need to brush your teeth before going to bed, along with poor nutrition (consuming sugary drinks, junk food and food high in carbohydrates) you risk developing not only serious dental problems, but other serious diseases that could affect your overall health. Therefore, maintaining proper and regular oral hygiene is the key to ensuring a sparkling smile and well-being in general. This is not to be taken as oral hygiene is the solution to other issues, but failing to address is could be the trigger for many of them.