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September 2019

Why Visit the Dentist?

It would surprise you to know that there is quite a lot to learn about dental and oral health. Several dental issues are capable of staring you in the face if you do not go to a dental clinic for regular check-ups. Here are 5 reasons why you need to visit the dentist.

 Here are 5 […]

Teeth Whitening FAQs

The number of people showing interest in teeth whitening keeps increasing every day. The questions these people ask are similar, and we believe that you may have the same questions as well. If you are thinking of going for teeth whitening, go through these frequently asked questions on teeth whitening to have answers that shed […]

August 2019

Should You Pull a Loose Baby Tooth?

Even though it is wonderful, being a parent is a tough job. You want to help your child have the best life possible, without any troubles or worries. But, sometimes, while we are trying to help them, we end up hurting them instead.

A good example of this is when parents decide to pull a loose […]

What are Some Good Remedies for Sensitive Teeth?

With all the bad quality food products, people these days are in difficult struggles with their oral health. One of the most common issues is tooth sensitivity. This condition can occur because of several reasons, and luckily it is easily treated at the dental clinic.
However, even though it’s easy to fix, tooth sensitivity can evolve […]

6 Good Habits for Healthy Teeth

Your teeth won’t stay healthy on their own. To get the most out of your teeth and to avoid costly dental procedures, try to change your actions for the better. According to psychology, everything that we do is a habit, and it takes approximately 21 days to create a new one.
Don’t worry if you cannot […]

July 2019

Fооdѕ To Avоіd If You Hаvе Sensitive Tееth

Do уоu wіnсе or ѕоmеtіmеѕ сrіngе when tаѕtіng сеrtаіn fооdѕ? It mау be a ѕіgn thаt уоu hаvе sensitive teeth.

Tееth ѕеnѕіtіvіtу occurs whеn a nеrvе іѕ еxроѕеd – еіthеr from cracks, worn еnаmеl, оr rесеdіng gumѕ аnd саn аggrаvаtе preexisting dеntаl рrоblеmѕ іnсludіng gum dіѕеаѕе, tооth decay, frасturеd tееth, and gum rесеѕѕіоn. If you’re ѕuffеrіng […]

Cavity Symptoms You Shouldn’t Ignore

Food is awesome and essential to living. However, it contributes to cavities too! Cavities are often ignored and the second most common health problem in the country, with over 2 million cases per year. Cavities are damaged areas in your mouth, this happens as a result of plaque. If you don’t floss, brush your teeth […]

How do You Maintain Good Dental Health?

It takes a lifetime of care to achieve healthy teeth. Taking good care of your teeth can help you prevent problems as you get older. You should brush, rinse and floss every day and see your dentist regularly. Marvelous oral health takes more than using toothpaste, think of improving your brushing technique, saying goodbye to […]

September 2015

Prevention; Caring for your new baby

What to do Before the Teeth Come in 

One of the most important things to do as a parent is to keep good oral hygiene for their child and themselves.

Babies are not born with bacteria in their mouths. In fact, bacteria are transferred to the baby by everyday contact such as cuddling, kissing, feeding and playing. […]

How Often Should You Replace Your Toothbrush?

Do you know how many bacteria live on your toothbrush? Brace yourself! Researchers have found that a single toothbrush can be loaded with as many as 10 million germs and bacteria. In fact, recent studies even found that your toothbrush could be a breeding ground for tiny microorganisms.

But before you swear off brushing, know this: These bacteria aren’t a big threat to your pearly whites. According to Richard Price, DMD, a dentist in Newton, Mass. and a consumer adviser for the American Dental Association, the researchers who discovered those toothbrush-dwelling microorganisms found that they didn’t make people sick — toothpaste has an anti-germ component built into it, and the microbes need moisture to survive. So as long as your toothbrush is given time to dry after you use it, it should be safe. […]