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6 Teeth Whitening Tips that you should consider

Are you fond of drinking tea, coffee, iced tea, dark colored sodas and beverages? I know most of you do! Did you know these kinds of beverages could stain our teeth very bad? So how do you keep your teeth white? Here are some teeth whitening tips that you should follow: Avoid drinking dark-colored liquors like tea, coffee, and wine. These can stain your pearly whites that bad. If you do so, you may have to drink water to remove the traces of it in your teeth. Try eating crunchy and crispy fruits and vegetables. According to Emanuel Layliev, DDS [...]

2015-03-17T11:50:50+00:00March 17th, 2015|Blog|

Some options when you have missing teeth

Having a missing tooth or teeth does not only have an effect on your appearance but it can also have an impact on your confidence, as well as being prone to other oral diseases. A gap in your tooth can cause some stains on the either side of your teeth or on worst cases, it could affect your bite as well. This is because both teeth next to the spaces can lean into the gap and change the way your upper and lower teeth bite together. Not to mention, having a gap can cause tooth decay and gum disease on [...]

2015-02-27T08:05:18+00:00February 27th, 2015|Blog|

What you should do following a composite filling?

Dental fillings are used to fill the holes caused by tooth decay and prevent further serious tooth damage. They help in the restoration of the tooth’s natural appearance and function. Normally, dental fillings are prescribed by dentists to fill a less extensive damage caused by tooth decay. There are different dental filling materials to choose from. They can be made from metals such as gold and silver amalgams, porcelain and the most popular material, composite filling. Composite filling is made from composite glass and plastic particles. They are visually pleasing to the eye because they are able to copy the [...]

2015-02-16T12:57:14+00:00February 16th, 2015|Blog|

The process involved with dental implants

Dental implants fill the gaps caused by teeth loss due to severe tooth decay, periodontal disorders or dental trauma. They are made from biocompatible materials – usually from titanium alloy, which is embedded to the jaw bone through a surgical procedure. These implants serve as teeth roots and anchorage to dental restorations and dental prosthesis. Besides restoring the natural appearance of your teeth, dental implants allow the patient to chew and speak normally and they also prevent your remaining teeth from shifting which can lead to bite misalignment.   How do dental implants work?   On your first dental visit, [...]

2015-02-01T03:46:31+00:00February 1st, 2015|Blog|

What you should do after a root canal procedure?

Root canal treatment is done to save and restore a tooth that is badly decayed. Dental infection not treated in its early stage may progress and infect the tooth’s pulp or the tooth’s nerve chamber, thus causing pain and swelling in the affected tooth. Your dentist will advise you to undergo the root canal procedure to remove the infected pulp and other dental debris that causes pain and swelling. After care of root canal procedure includes: You should take your medications as directed by the dentist.   Pain relievers should be taken on its proper schedule to avoid the incidence [...]

2015-01-19T12:23:43+00:00January 19th, 2015|Blog|

What you need to know about fluoride treatment procedures

To prevent tooth decay, we brush our teeth from the moment we wake up, after we eat and before going to sleep. For a person that has a superb dental health care, this is their daily routine. Together with flossing and rinsing of fluoride-containing mouthwashes you are surely taking good care of your teeth. Fluoride is the most effective element to keep our tooth from decaying. It is naturally found in water and is also present in almost all of the food we eat. There are two types of fluoride, these are: Topical fluoride makes our teeth strong and also [...]

2014-12-26T12:23:34+00:00December 26th, 2014|Blog|

Tips for your family’s dental care

Lately, have you observed that as you get old, your teeth is becoming more prone to sensitivity, being soft and is pretty stained? As our bodies grow old, both our physical appearance and our dental health begin to change. Being old puts us at a higher chance to suffer from many dental problems, this includes: Dental Rooth Decays: The roots of our teeth are exposed because of receding gums. Tooth Loss: This reduces the number of our teeth caused by smoking, gum diseases and other dental health issues. Gum Diseases: Infection of the soft tissues surrounding our teeth. Cosmetic issues: [...]

2014-12-26T11:20:48+00:00December 26th, 2014|Blog|

Importance of professional help in keeping your teeth healthy and strong

You were taught that brushing your teeth regularly and flossing at least once a day, along with avoiding sweet treats and eating healthier foods, and avoiding bad habits such as smoking, is the best way to keep oral diseases at bay. Although they are true, these practices are not all that you need. To keep your teeth and gums healthy you also need to seek professional help. It is a practice of many to only seek professional help when they are in pain and needs to be treated from their oral disease. The public should be made aware of the [...]

2014-11-30T13:23:30+00:00November 30th, 2014|Blog|

Treat tooth decay with dental fillings

Tooth decay is the most common cause of tooth loss among the young and old population. It usually happens because of poor oral hygiene, wrong food choices and unhealthy lifestyle. Often times, we hear and read the importance of a good oral hygiene to prevent plaque build-up that can cause tooth decay. A dental plaque is a sticky, colorless substance that forms and covers the tooth surface. So how plaque can damage teeth? Simple, it harbors bacteria that when combined with sugar from sweets or your carbohydrate-rich meal, they produce acid. The acid can wear out the tooth’s enamel by [...]

2014-11-16T04:16:04+00:00November 16th, 2014|Blog|

What happens when you undergo a root canal treatment?

Root canal treatment is the removal of a bacterial infection that has entered the pulp of your tooth. It is a procedure performed by your dentist to repair and rescue a severely damaged and infected tooth. The acid produced when the bacteria from plaque and sugar from the food debris combine, can wear down the tooth enamel thus resulting to cavities or dental decay. These cavities can cause dental infection and if left untreated, may progress to other structures of the tooth, like the tooth pulp. The pulp of the tooth contains nerve and blood vessels. Any damage to these [...]

2014-11-09T02:51:38+00:00November 9th, 2014|Blog|
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