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  We can't control time, it will keep on ticking regardless of how we lead our everyday lives. All we have to do is lead it the best way we can. #quote #qotd

2014-11-04T03:20:30+00:00November 4th, 2014|Blog|

Steps to achieve a healthy, perfect smile at home

Developing a good oral hygiene at home is the most efficient way of preventing tooth decay, gum and oral diseases. The key to keeping your bright and healthy smile throughout your life is to practice and observe a good oral hygiene. Each of us is prone to cavities, gingivitis and other serious oral problems. Some of these problems may lead to: 1. Tooth loss. Tooth decay is the primary reason why some of the people suffer from tooth loss. It is also caused by the bacteria that clump together in your tooth that produces acids. It eats away the enamel [...]

2014-11-01T05:53:27+00:00November 1st, 2014|Blog|

Keeping your Teeth and Gums Healthy

Tooth brushing and flossing are important dental habits to keep your teeth clean and healthy, however they are not enough. Dental problems, such as tartar (hardened plaque) build-up cannot be removed with a mere use of a tooth brush and a dental floss. Tartar build-up usually develops in areas where brushing and flossing cannot reach. This needs to be professionally cleaned by a dentist or a dental hygienist. Tartar is diagnosed through dental exam performed by your dentist. It is recommended that you visit your dentist at least twice year for dental check-ups. During a dental exam, an oral examination [...]

2014-10-25T18:10:51+00:00October 25th, 2014|Blog|

Benefits and Risks of having dental bridges

Usually, after a person has lost or knocked-out his/her tooth or teeth, the most suggested treatment is by having a removable prosthetic device like dentures, and dental bridges. A removable prosthetic device can provide coverage for your lost tooth but since they are not implanted, they can provide you discomfort and some inferiority functions. Your dentist, in place of the removable dentures, however can prescribe dental bridges when you have gaps between teeth.   In having a dental bridge, you must know that your remaining teeth provides support to the crown. Like having a porcelain crown, the dental bridge is [...]

2014-10-18T13:39:36+00:00October 18th, 2014|Blog|

Want to improve your smile? Consider Cosmetic Dentistry

Taking care of our teeth is not just a daily responsibility, but rather, a lifetime commitment. Without our teeth functioning properly, we would have a difficult time doing simple tasks like eating, pronouncing words, and even smiling! Even though speech is not usually associated to teeth, there are some sounds that can only be produced when our tongue is in contact with our front teeth. This makes our teeth very valuable for us to effectively communicate. Imagine trying to eat without teeth. Hard, right? Our teeth are important to help us cut and grind our food before swallowing, and our [...]

2014-10-08T15:59:21+00:00October 8th, 2014|Blog, Dental Technology, Dental Treatments|

Porcelain Dental Bridge: Types and Uses

Dental bridges are a type of prosthetic device that is used to replace one or more teeth that are missing. They are usually made out of metal, gold, silver, ceramic, or porcelain. Unlike removable prosthetic devices like dentures, dental bridges are cemented to the teeth, or to an implant surrounding the empty space, and only a dentist can remove them. The dental implant that can be used to attach a bridge is called an abutment. An abutment serves as an anchor for the bridge. The replacement tooth, or pontic, is then attached to the bridge that covers those abutments. If [...]

2014-09-26T17:25:55+00:00September 26th, 2014|Blog, teeth replacement|

3 Signs You Need to Go to an Emergency Dentist

There are simple reasons you go to a dentist, and there are emergency reasons too. How should you know and what should you do? A yearly and/or quarterly check up isn’t actually enough, you should know more to be more guarded. If you check in one or more of our red alerts below, go to a dentist pronto. Red Alert # 1: Tooth Pain, bleeding or aching gums Tooth pain or tooth aches are very common among the countless mouth/dental problems. If you are suffering from tooth pain, you certainly must go to a dentist. This might be because of [...]

2014-09-13T16:08:21+00:00September 13th, 2014|Blog, dental tips|

How to Avoid Serious Dental Health Problems

When it comes to our teeth, people all over the world are suffering serious dental health problems due to unclean mouths and poor dental care. Perhaps the most common disease is dental caries or cavities. There are a number of different factors involved with these diseases, such as poor nutrition and diets with too much sugar. Bacteria feed primarily on sugar. By practicing good nutritional habits and eating a diet of foods with less sugar, you can help keep your mouth and teeth clean of plaque and bacteria. You should especially avoid sugar in sticky forms, as these are more [...]

2014-09-05T16:36:11+00:00September 5th, 2014|Blog, dental tips, Families|

Love drinking soda? Follow this tip to keep your teeth healthy

After you drink soda, you can get rid of a lot of the sugar in your mouth simply by rinsing out with water. Brushing your after drinking acidic drinks can damage the tooth enamel before the saliva has a chance to repair it.  

2014-08-20T21:55:52+00:00August 20th, 2014|Blog, dental tips|

How to Avoid Toothaches in 7 Ways

The best proven way to avoid a toothache is to take better care of your teeth and maintain proper oral hygiene. This reduces your chances of experiencing a troublesome toothache. The foods and drinks that we consume every day that goes through our mouths make our teeth weaker and more susceptible to cavities. Cavities and sore gums will eventually make it extremely difficult for you to eat, and you will be very uncomfortable and in pain. Here are 7 ways that can help you take better care of your teeth and avoid a toothache: We recommend that you brush your [...]

2014-08-09T15:48:25+00:00August 9th, 2014|Blog, dental tips|
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