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Choosing the right toothbrush #1

  First things first ! We should Keep our teeth clean, make it a priority when you wake up every day ( morning and night before bed. In order to keep an effective brushing routine, it is important to choose a toothbrush that works well for you and will help in your fight against cavities….

How having Dental Veneers did change over time

Veneers have been around for almost a century, and in that time have changed drastically. From fake tooth caps that came off after a few hours to teeth that look natural, veneers have improved in manifold ways. If you’re worried about the longevity or appearance of veneers, read on to learn how impressive this cosmetic…

How to end bad breath 😷

1. Brush and floss more often. Plaque, the sticky buildup on your teeth, collects bacteria that cause bad breath. Trapped food also adds to the problem. Brush your teeth at least two times each day, and floss at least once. If you’re concerned about your breath, do both a little more often. Natural Ways to…

Is tooth whitening safe ?

In the past, the higher bleach concentrations used in-office treatment resulted in more sensitivity. Today, however, bleaching gels are well buffered, making sensitivity less of an issue. Sensitivity may occur in people after whitening procedures, particularly when they eat hot or cold foods, but usually disappears after 48 hours and stops completely when treatment is…

Knowing My Teeth

                      WHAT IS THE TEETH? It’s a hard structure which is usually found in the jaw of many vertebrates and they are also used to help in the breaking down of food in the mouth. The roots of the teeth are covered by what is…

The History Of Dental Implants

The history of the dental implant stretches back much further than you may think – to approximately 600 A.D to be precise – when the Mayans used a range of materials, from stones and seashells to bones and animal teeth, in order to find ways to preserve their chewing capabilities. While their materials and methods…

What Exactly Does Sugar Do To Your Teeth?

  Sugar is bad for your teeth. A basic statement, but how many times do we hear it and simply ignore it? Believe it or not, tooth decay is the most common non-communicable disease in the world which is really affecting 60-90% of school-age children and almost 100% of adults. It may also surprise you…

HOW DO I CARE FOR MY DENTAL IMPLANTS?

Caring for teeth restored with dental implants is just like caring for your natural teeth: brush, floss and maintain regular dental cleanings and check-ups, as scheduled. Additional cleaning aids also may be recommended to help you keep your teeth healthy at home. As is the case with natural teeth, you and your dentist must work…

5 Secrets Your Tongue Reveals About Your Health (Part 1) #BLANCH 

If you’ve wondered why your doctor or dentist regularly asks to look at your tongue during routine checkups, here’s a quick answer: Your tongue reflects your overall health in ways that you might not realize.Yes, your tongue actually has a bigger purpose than merely facilitating taste and allowing you to lick frosting off baked goods….

5 Bad Dental Habits You Must Abstain From!!! #Blanche 

You practice good dental care: You brush your teeth, floss fairly regularly, and see your dentist twice a year for checkups and cleanings. Good for you! But you’re probably also engaging in one or more bad habits that can undermine the good ones and compromise your dental health.  Here’s Blanche’s list of five of the…