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1 02, 2019

Complete Guide to Teeth Whitening

By |February 1st, 2019|Teeth Whitening|

Teeth whitening is one of the most popular cosmetic dental procedures, as, for most people, white teeth make for a beautiful smile. While teeth whitening may be done at home, it is safer and more effective when done by a dentist.

A teeth whitening procedure lightens teeth color and removes stains and discolorations. Because teeth are Read More

14 01, 2019

Dry Mouth While Sleeping – Causes and What You Can Do

By |January 14th, 2019|Dental Problems|

Dry mouth at night can be annoying, at the very least, or is either a symptom of a more serious health condition or lead to more serious oral health problems, at worst. Here’s what you need to know.
What causes dry mouth?
Medically known as xerostomia, dry mouth while sleeping comes with aging. Our saliva production can Read More

29 12, 2018

How a Dry Mouth Can Cause Damage to Your Teeth

By |December 29th, 2018|Dental Problems|

Dry mouth, or xerostomia, is a condition wherein the mouth does not produce adequate saliva to keep the mouth wet and moisturized. Dry mouth is a common condition among older people, but may also be caused by stress, smoking, alcoholism, certain medications, cancer treatment, autoimmune disorders, or other underlying conditions.

 

Everybody usually experiences temporary dry Read More

19 12, 2018

Porcelain Veneers vs. Dental Bonding

By |December 19th, 2018|Bonding|

Two of the most popular cosmetic dentistry treatment that helps enhance smiles and cover up dental flaws are porcelain veneers and dental bonding. Your choice of treatment will depend on the overall look that you desire; your lifestyle, i.e. if you are a smoker or regular coffee drinker; your budget; and the overall condition of Read More

26 11, 2018

New to Wearing Braces? What to Eat, and What Not to Eat?

By |November 26th, 2018|Braces|

If you’re wearing braces for the first time, you will most likely feel self-conscious about your smile and speech. And that feeling of uneasiness will only increase while eating and right after. It will feel like most of the food you munched on simply got stuck in all the brackets; and they probably did. Soon, your Read More

14 11, 2018

First Days with Braces: What to Expect

By |November 14th, 2018|Braces|

Truth be told, most patients always worry about experiencing pain or discomfort every time they have to visit their dentist. And when it comes to braces, wearing them may seem like a form of torture to a lot of people. So if you have been advised by your orthodontist that you need them, your first Read More

28 10, 2018

How Cavities are Easier to Avoid Than You Think

By |October 28th, 2018|Brushing|

As the cliche goes, “Prevention is better than cure;” but when it comes to our oral health, most of us really don’t pay much attention and nearly everybody hates going to the dentist. More often than not, we are only forced to go when there’s already a problem, and when that problem – in the Read More

18 10, 2018

Cosmetic Resin Bonding – How does it work?

By |October 18th, 2018|Bonding|

They say, “Nothing you wear is more important than your smile.” And it is true that a beautiful smile can make a huge difference on how a person looks – it can brighten up a face; make one look younger; make one look kinder; it can convey love and affection; it expresses confidence.

Not everyone Read More

29 09, 2018

Treatment for Gapped Teeth

By |September 29th, 2018|Dental Problems|

A gap between teeth is called a diastema. Diastema can occur between any two adjoining teeth; but it mostly occurs between the two upper front teeth. In most cases, gapped teeth are only a cosmetic while in other cases, gapped teeth is a symptom of a more serious dental problem.

 

Diastema can be caused by Read More

19 09, 2018

Fixing Cracks in Teeth with Dental Crowns

By |September 19th, 2018|Dental Problems|

Your tooth’s enamel – the hard, outer layer – is the strongest and most mineralised tissue you have. But it can still get damaged, e.g. chipped or cracked, through direct injury to the mouth; if you bite on something hard; or if you have a habit of grinding your teeth or chewing on ice and Read More

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