Tooth decay is a dental health problem that frequently arises as a result of poor dental hygiene and/or a diet that is rich in sugar and sweetened beverages. The solution to tooth decay is usually a dental filling, which seals the cavity and stops the decay from progressing further. Fillings can be composed of composite, […]#dentalfillings
Everyone knows that dental hygiene is crucially important for a number of reasons, yet most of us fail to take adequate care of our teeth and end up developing cavities at some point in our life. Usually, if we floss our teeth regularly, brush a couple of times each day, and get regular cleanings at […]#cavityprevention
If you ask several people whether chewing gum is good for your health or detrimental to it, you are likely to get several different answers. This is because chewing gum is a mixed bag when it comes to your dental and overall health. In order to answer this important question, we’ll need to explore several […]
Everyone knows regular dental appointments are important to dental health. But perhaps you haven’t really considered the many benefits to routine dental appointments, or the things you can do between appointments to help maintain good dental health and keep the dentist’s work – and your bills – to a minimum!
The best offense when considering the risk of oral cancer is a good defense. It’s always easier to prevent cancer by limiting risk factors than it is to treat a patient who has already developed the disease. Although frightening, oral cancer can be treated effectively, especially if discovered early on. Routine dental visits can prevent […]#oralcancerprevention
Teeth whitening is among the most popular corrective dental procedures since it can enhance the appearance of your smile. It is a procedure that re-establishes the shade of the teeth to a whiter appearance. There are various reasons many are whitening their teeth, for extraordinary occasions or boosting self-assurance, whatever your reason may be, our […]
Perhaps you read our “crash course” article on water flossing and water pick devices and have decided to look for one to buy. Maybe your dentist or dental hygienist has mentioned them as a possible alternative for reluctant flossers. Or perhaps you already have a water flosser and are simply looking to replace it with […]
Wisdom teeth are the most commonly extracted tooth, and having your wisdom tooth or teeth removed can often be a frightening and stressful prospect for many people. In this article, we’ll discuss the whole procedure and help you get more informed about this potentially scary but ultimately very beneficial process. Why would your wisdom teeth […]#wisdomtooth
Is your child afraid of dental visits? If we want our children to be healthy, keeping their teeth clean and cavity free is an important part of that. However, dental visits can be challenging if your child gets anxiety at the very mention of a dental appointment. Going to dentist need not be inherently scary. […]#pediatric dental health#first dental visit
Dental Tip #2
Limit acidic drinks like soft drinks, cordials and fruit juices. Food acids soften tooth material and dissolve the minerals in tooth enamel, causing holes (cavities or caries). In severe cases, teeth may be ‘eaten’ right down to the gum.
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If you’ve been thinking about getting braces, you may have some questions and concerns. Knowing what to expect can make the process less nerve-wracking and help you focus on the results – a perfect smile! Even though braces are most often associated with teenagers, there is no age limit for orthodontic treatment. Whether you are […]#braces
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