With such poor oral health so early in life, it was absolutely essential to bring about behavioural change for Atticus and his parents to avoid a lifetime of further invasive treatment.
Read Atticus’ story to find out how oral health can be truly transformed by radical behavioural change.
Read about Dennien’s experience and the dramatic behaviour change she has undergone in this case study.
Read More At a routine appointment, it was discovered that Dominika needed a filling.
Reinstalling the application and restoring the data would have taken substantially more time, required IT assistance, and unfortunately, the back might have still failed.
“We were fortunate to have been using Curve Dental to manage our practice.Read More Trainee dental nurse Salma has been self-conscious about her crooked teeth since childhood.Increasing numbers of adults are now keen to investigate ways of straightening their teeth, for aesthetic or health reasons.Read her case study to find out what being a Red Patient means and how Dominika improved her oral health with the support of our Oral Health Education team. Three years ago, two days short of his second birthday, Atticus went into hospital for a general anaesthetic in order to have six of his top front teeth extracted.The teeth were so decayed that they were actually crumbling away and extraction was the only viable option.It soon became clear, that never having been in a regular routine of visiting the dentist, she now had a great fear of dentists and had not actually seen one for several years.With poor all-round oral healthcare, Dennien was classified as a Red Patient so before a detailed course of remedial treatment could commence, she was required to show improvement in her overall oral healthcare.Read Benjamin and Felix’s story and our top tips for parents.Using a laptop brought from home, they were able to quickly access their data and continue operations and immediately reassure patients that the security of their personal information had not been compromised.Two brothers, aged nine and seven, enjoy a healthy diet, but were not at all good at brushing their teeth.Their dentist wanted to find a way of setting good brushing habits that would become ingrained behaviour as the boys grew older.