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3 03, 2018

Floss vs Water Flosser

By |March 3rd, 2018|Flossing|

Traditionally, string flossing has been the default method of getting rid of the food particles stuck in between the teeth that the toothbrush won’t remove. If you’d rather forego the traditional string flossing or in cases where it is not viable, water flossing is also an option but how do they compare? Which works best Read More

19 02, 2018

Alcoholic Drinks Impact on Teeth

By |February 19th, 2018|Dental News|

Many of us are social drinkers and we even hold the comforting mantra that a glass of wine or alcohol is isn’t bad after all. There is a widely held belief that a little alcohol is actually good for health, especially for your heart condition.

Alcohol has its social benefits but when it comes to its Read More

9 02, 2018

Tips for wisdom teeth extraction aftercare

By |February 9th, 2018|Teeth Extraction|

Wisdom teeth are the final sets of molars on your teeth. When healthy and well aligned, they will be a great asset in your mouth. However, for some people that is not the case and they have to get their wisdom teeth extracted.

The extraction of a wisdom tooth is a critical surgical operation and must Read More

27 01, 2018

Sugar substitutes, benefits and side effects

By |January 27th, 2018|Dental News|

Do you have a sweet tooth but are worried about the potential dangers of incorporating too much sugar in your diet? You’re lucky. You don’t have to consume sugar in order to enjoy a sweet sugary flavour. There are numerous artificial and natural sweeteners that you can safely use as sugar substitutes.

These sweeteners are used Read More

5 01, 2018

Dentistry Once You Hit 60

By |January 5th, 2018|Geriatric Dental Care|

Ageing presents numerous dental and oral challenges, putting many of people at risk of suffering from various oral health issues. At face value, the oral care habits that you developed earlier on should serve you well and help you keep your teeth in great shape for much longer as you grow older. However, there are various age-related Read More

14 12, 2017

Tips to Help You Get the Most Out Of Your Invisalign

By |December 14th, 2017|Dental Tips|

Apart from their efficacy in straightening misaligned teeth, invisalign aligners are also advantageous due to their safety, comfort and the fact they are “quiet” teeth aligners. Unlike dental braces, they don’t shout out aloud to the world that you are in the process of straightening your teeth. However, there are various ways in which you can Read More

6 12, 2017

The Pros and Cons of Electric Toothbrushes

By |December 6th, 2017|Brushing|

Daily and effective brushing of your teeth is essential to good oral care and will help protect you from some of the most harmful dental and gum diseases and conditions. But it is not enough to brush your teeth; using the right toothbrush is as important to your oral care as your brushing routine and technique.

For those Read More

17 11, 2017

The Importance of Teeth in Speech

By |November 17th, 2017|Dental Tips|

Human beings are the most intelligent and social animals and human speech is therefore integral to communication. Speech is important not just for day to day communications but also for various other forms of communication and expression such as singing and acting. In all human speech, teeth play a very crucial role in helping you Read More

4 11, 2017

The Importance of Healthy Gums

By |November 4th, 2017|Gum Care|

When it comes to oral care, our priorities generally lie in preventing cavities from forming on our teeth. We might also be more geared at maintaining a bright and beautiful smile that will boost our confidence and put us in good social graces. An often overlooked but critical component of dental care is the maintenance Read More

27 10, 2017

Public Speaking With Braces

By |October 27th, 2017|Dental Tips|

Wearing dental braces can pose a public speaking conundrum. There is that initial wearing phase where you will go through the learning curve of speaking with a dental brace on. Normally, there will be some mis-articulation of sentences or speaking with a lisp.

Then there is the self-consciousness that you have to grapple with when wearing Read More