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  • How to Take Care of Your Dental Health While in quarantine

    Due to COVID-19, regulations require us to self-isolate or quarantine for various reasons. During this time, we should take care of our mental health and physical health.

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  • Does gum disease affect my overall health?

    Gum disease is a condition that affects millions of people. It usually starts off as inflammation of the gums, known as gingivitis. It then spreads to the supporting structures of the tooth and cause periodontitis.

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  • 4 tips to ease Your Child's Dental Anxiety

    As a parent, you know that regular dental visits are important for keeping your child’s teeth healthy, yet it is normal for a child to be apprehensive about their upcoming appointment. For this reason, it is important to choose a dentist who has experience, especially dealing with anxious children. In addition to your dentist selection, you can implement the following strategies that will ease your child’s dental anxiety and have them looking forward to their next visit.

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  • 5 Tooth Cleaning Habits That Can be Damaging

    We do realise how important it is to take good care of your oral hygiene. However, even if you brush and floss daily, you could still unknowingly be doing things that can be causing damage.

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  • Should I replace missing teeth in my mouth?

    I am sure that many of you are contemplating saving or removing teeth due to various reasons. Also, once teeth are lost, we contemplate replacing it versus leaving the empty spaces alone.

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  • Why does my tooth need a crown?

    A dental crown is a tooth-shaped "cap" that is placed over a tooth covering the tooth to restore its shape and size, strength, and/or to improve its appearance.

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  • 5 reasons to remove wisdom teeth?

    I am sure most have experienced toothy problems with wisdom teeth. Wisdom teeth generally erupt between the ages of 17 and 25, at an age where people are presumably wiser than as a child- hence the name.

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  • 5 Tips on Children's Toothbrushing

    Teeth brushing generally should be done as soon as the first teeth start coming through, which is usually around 6 months of age. Start cleaning your child’s teeth with a soft damp cloth, and slowly progress to a small soft toothbrush with water.

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  • How do I whiten my teeth?

    The most prevalent reason that people seek teeth whitening is to improve their confidence and make an impression while smiling and talking with others.

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  • 6 Important Preventive Dentistry Treatments for Children

    The goal of preventive dentistry is to maintain oral health and prevent future dental problems. This is achieved by identifying potential problems at a very early stage when they can be treated easily. Preventive dentistry is particularly important for children as it can lay a good foundation for developing a healthy dentition that will last a lifetime.

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