What You Need To Know About Invisalign Treatment

Invisalign treatment is an increasingly popular orthodontic option that uses clear, virtually invisible aligners to gradually straighten teeth. If you’re considering Invisalign treatment, here’s what you need to know. What is Invisalign Treatment? Invisalign treatment is a process of straightening teeth that uses clear, removable aligners instead of brackets and wires. The aligners are custom-made for each individual and are virtually invisible when worn. Invisalign treatment is an alternative to traditional metal braces and can be used to treat a wide variety of dental problems. Invisalign treatment works by gradually moving the teeth into their desired position. The aligners are worn for 20 to 22 hours per day and ...

What Are The Signs That You Need Emergency Root Canal?

Endodontic emergencies can occur at any time and can range from a toothache to an abscess. While some people may try to tough it out and wait for their regular dentist appointment, others may feel that they need emergency root canal treatment. Here are the signs that you may need emergency dental treatment. What is a Root Canal Procedure? A root canal procedure is a dental treatment used to save a tooth that is badly damaged or infected. The treatment involves removing the infected or damaged tissue from the tooth’s root canal system. This tissue can be caused by a cracked or broken tooth, a deep cavity, or an infect...

How Long Does It Take To Sand Hardwood Floors?

Sanding a floor can be a time–consuming task, but the results are worth it. Depending on the size of the floor and the type of sandpaper you are using, it can take anywhere from a few hours to a few days to sand a floor properly. Make sure to take your time and be careful not to damage the flooring further. Learn more about floor sanding & refinishing and how long does it take to sand a floor by reading below. Are Floorboards Worth Sanding? The decision to sand wooden floorboards is a complex one, as there are a number of factors to consider. The age and condition of the floorboards, the type of wood, the finishes used, and the level of wear and tear all need to be taken into account. In general, if the floorboards are in...

Do dentists recommend crowns?

A dental crown is often the best option for extending the life of a tooth for years to come, which is why they are frequently recommended. There are, however, options for treating a tooth that can help to postpone the need for a crown. Click here to learn more.  What does it take to get a Perth’s dental crown? Your dentist will digitally scan or make a mould of your tooth to create an impression. If the dental office does not have a lab, the image or mould will be sent to a lab for crown fabrication. A temporary crown may be placed on your ground-down tooth so that you can continue to use it while the permanent crown is being made. The dentist will remove the temporary crown once the permanent crown is ready...

What All on 4 Dental Implants Procedure Involves?

Dental implants are a type of tooth replacement. These implants are usually fitted during two separate procedures, the first fitting the implant into the jawbone and the second fitting the new tooth onto it. These procedures are performed under local anaesthesia, but you may also be given sedatives to help you relax before the procedure. You should have no pain during the process, and you can eat soft and cold foods while recovering from the procedure. After the procedure, you must follow good oral hygiene for a couple of weeks. You should try to avoid smoking and drinking alcohol for a few days after the procedure. You should also avoid chewing or grinding your teeth, which can cause the implants to slip. Your dentist will give you tips on how to care for your new teeth. After your

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The Anti-Nuclear Alliance of WA

This website was produced by the Anti-Nuclear Alliance of Western Australia. This group came into being in 1997 (then known as the Anti-Uranium Coalition), to act as an umbrella group for organisations campaigning against the nuclearisation of Australia.

Our role is mainly in research, political lobbying and publication of information that we believe the community needs in order to make informed decisions about uranium mining, nuclear power, weapons and waste.

We are not a ‘special interest group.’ We are the tip of the iceberg, representing the 70-80% of Western Australians who oppose uranium mining and waste dumping in Australia, particularly in our home state.

ANAWA is dependant on the generosity of the community to continue this work – peace movements, like wars, cost money.

This issue is bigger than us. Around the world, from Taiwan to Germany to North America, people are well aware of the dangers of nuclear technology and after fifty years, have forced the industry into a decline from which it will probably not recover. Here in Western Australia, our first-hand experience is limited and we believe that people do not yet realise the dangers that these new mining proposals pose to our country.

What has been shown over and over again is that strong community opposition can stop uranium mines, power stations and waste dumps if the action is determined, well informed and widespread.

The politicians who approve these projects rely on us for their positions of power. That power, granted at election time, can be withdrawn.

Before joining up, we ask that you consider the following:

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