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What Foods to Eat for Stronger Teeth

Remember that your smile gives a strong impression on people you interact with. Having healthy teeth is an important asset to your image and health. If you have weak and unattractive teeth, this prevents you not only from eating certain foods but also from having a confident and beautiful smile. How do we get stronger teeth? The foods we eat and drink is what damages the enamel of our tooth. Acid erosion is the primary cause of weaker teeth. The acid from juices, sugary drinks, sodas and certain foods eats away at the tooth enamel. It is quite impossible to [...]

2017-07-12T16:00:17+00:00July 12th, 2017|Blog, Daily lfe|

Who Needs Dental Sealants?

The dental anatomy of the molars presents deep grooves and fissures that are very distinct and unique to every tooth. The grooves and fissures are characteristic of every posterior teeth, premolar or molar, some deeper than others, while some rather shallow and presenting insignificant depths. These spaces unfortunately trap in food particles that allow bacteria to thrive in the mouth and when disease-causing bacteria is abundant in the oral cavity, the teeth becomes prone to attack, leading to dental caries. The deep grooves and fissure create a perfect dwelling place for bacteria to grow and multiply. They settle in these [...]

2016-10-28T10:00:56+00:00October 28th, 2016|Blog, dental tips, Dental Treatments|

How to Treat Canker Sores and Mouth Ulcers

Canker sores and mouth ulcers can be really painful. Simple canker sores most often develop where there has been previous damage to the inner-mouth tissue. Anything from biting the inside of your mouth, to irritation from braces or sometimes even overzealous brushing can bring on canker sores. Here are some tips in treating canker sores and mouth ulcers:  

2014-05-06T22:35:08+00:00May 6th, 2014|Blog, dental tips|

Turn Stained, Yellow Teeth Into Beautiful Sparkling Smiles

Do you have yellow teeth? Having discolored and stained teeth can be very embarrasing. Many people go around with discolored teeth not knowing it shows a sign on poor hygiene. This could affect your personal and social life. Here are some tips on how to prevent stained yellow teeth: Brush Daily - By brushing your teeth twice daily or after each meal you reduce the risk of having plaque and also remove stains caused by food. This is a very inexpensive way to keep your teeth white. Mouthwash - Use a mouthwash that has whitening agents. You could miss certain spots [...]

2014-05-01T15:46:54+00:00May 1st, 2014|Blog, dental tips|

How to Take Care of Your Teeth at Home

Oral care is a two-fold practice and its success depends on work that the dental team performs in the office and job that the patient carries out on his own at home. Good oral health cannot be secured when either of this is missing, so it is important that neither is neglected. Everyone is encouraged to see their dentist every six months or twice a year. It does not matter if there is a dental problem, regular visits are scheduled so that the patient can preserve the health of his teeth and gums and enjoy his smile for longer. Away [...]

2013-11-27T16:18:17+00:00November 27th, 2013|Blog, Daily lfe, dental tips|

Secrets to Keeping Gums and Teeth Healthy

The oral cavity is composed of various structures and when oral health is being talked about, you need to concern yourself with your teeth and gums. Some people are careless enough to disregard oral health thinking that such a small part of the body need not be given so much attention. They do not understand that the mouth and the structure within it hold very important functions and great care should be provided for disease prevention. Keeping gums and teeth healthy may seem hard at first, but it is not an impossible feat. If you are hoping to claim victory [...]

2013-11-14T07:50:27+00:00November 14th, 2013|Blog, Daily lfe, dental tips|

Choosing a Dental Bridge over Removable Dentures

When a tooth is lost, you will need to replace what was lost so that you do not compromise the function of the oral cavity. However small, the oral cavity serves a very vital function for every person and it is essential that you replace your tooth or teeth with a dental bridge or a removable denture, if you want to maintain your smile, your bite, your speech and your masticatory function. When a tooth is lost and it is not replaced, all kinds of changes occur in the mouth. Teeth may drift, tip and move; the bite may collapse and TMJ [...]

2013-05-12T09:10:08+00:00May 12th, 2013|Blog, dental tips, Dental Treatments|
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