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20 06, 2018

5 Ways Smiling Affects Dental Health

By |June 20th, 2018|Dental Tips|

Are there any health benefits of smiling beyond just sending the right social cues to those that you interact with? For some people, the smile comes quite naturally while others really struggle to pull off that nice smile and win people over. According to health experts, your smile might serve a more useful and powerful Read More

8 06, 2018

Management and Cures of Cold Sores

By |June 8th, 2018|Dental Problems|

Cold sores can start with a tingling feeling close to the edge of your lip or at the corner of your mouth. Then you usually feel a burning sensation and then little red sores begin to appear. The sores will then begin crusting. It can be a nasty sight.

Cold sores don’t just occur on the outer part Read More

10 05, 2018

Brushing Techniques for Kids

By |May 10th, 2018|Brushing|

It is a routine that every parent has to go through. It involves putting a small glob of toothpaste on the brush and watching your child go through with their own messy brushing technique, gently pushing the toothbrush over their tiny teeth in uncoordinated hand movements. Sometimes, they are just smearing the paste over there Read More

8 05, 2018

Remedies for Translucent Teeth

By |May 8th, 2018|Dental Tips|

Normal teeth is usually opaque. Your lifestyle, disease and genetic factors may sometimes cause the corrosion of the enamel leading to translucent teeth. Diseases such as the Celiac disease may also lead to poor enamel development which in turn causes the translucent appearance. An example of a genetic condition that may also cause this is enamel hypoplasia Read More

27 03, 2018

The History Behind Toothpaste

By |March 27th, 2018|Brushing|

We all love the early morning brushing routine right? Standing in front of the mirror, smearing some paste and brushing your teeth for a few minutes for a fresh breath and pearly white teeth. But have you ever paused to think about the origin of the toothpaste? Where did it from? What did our ancestors use? Read More

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

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