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14 01, 2019

Dry Mouth While Sleeping – Causes and What You Can Do

By |January 14th, 2019|Dental Problems, Dental Tips|

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

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 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

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

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

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

5 10, 2017

How to Prepare Your Teeth for the Wedding Season

By |October 5th, 2017|Dental Tips|

The wedding season (hopefully!) means lots of brilliant and happy smiles all around. For some, whether you are the bride, the groom, best man, maid of honor or a wedding guest, having that winning Hollywood smile is everything. Maybe it’s a confidence thing, or maybe it’s an image thing, it doesn’t matter – you want Read More

30 09, 2017

How to Maintain Healthy Teeth on a Raw Food Diet

By |September 30th, 2017|Dental Tips|

For some vegans, eating raw food is a daily routine. Uncooked food generally contain a good dose of fresh fruits, seeds, nuts, vegetables and almost no animal byproducts. Occasionally, the diet may include raw animal by-products (ABPs) such as unpasteurised milk or even raw meat.

From a first glance, it is a cocktail that looks quite healthy Read More

31 08, 2017

How Snacking Affect Your Teeth

By |August 31st, 2017|Dental Tips|

Most of us cannot resist the urge to snack away. Whether you are binging or simply taking the edge off hunger before a major meal, snacking is often a cherished everyday eating habit. When done mindfully, it can be an important source of essential nutrients as well as other health promoting substances. It is also Read More

28 07, 2017

How To Avoid Translucent Teeth

By |July 28th, 2017|Dental Tips|

Normal teeth are opaque white or pearly white but there are people who have translucent teeth. Some people are born this way although for some, it is something that develops over time. Some may not take this seriously but it could be a signal of a serious underlying issue with your teeth or health. In most Read More