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What Do Chewing Gums Do To Your Mouth?

May 30, 2021

Research has proven that chewing gum can help you manage your stress and anxiety, and create a sense of freshness in your mind. However, did you know that chewing gums can severely damage your oral health? Chewing gums contain high amounts of sucrose. Having sucrose regularly or in a large quantity diminishes your enamel layer, […]

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Can Your Hygienist Help You If Your Gums Are Receding?

May 15, 2021

The first step to preventing receding gums is, maintaining healthy gums. Do you take the preventive measures necessary to achieve oral health? Are your gums in a healthy state? These are questions that your dental hygienist alone can answer. Gums recession takes place slowly and gradually. That is the reason that it is difficult to […]

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Is It A Problem If I Am Missing My Wisdom Tooth?

Apr 30, 2021

Wisdom teeth, also known as third molars, are the last to erupt. There are four wisdom teeth, and they usually erupt between the age of 17 to 24. Your wisdom teeth may be present in your jaw bone, and because there is no space for them, they may not have erupted. It is common for […]

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First Time Parents? Here Is How To Ensure Your Infants Oral Health

Apr 15, 2021

Being a first-time parent isn’t easy; you’ve probably gotten your hands full. While all parents ensure that their newborn remains healthy; it is pretty normal to overlook something as simple as your child’s oral health. You have to remember that a child’s teeth have begun developing while the child is still within the mother’s womb. […]

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Did You Know How Much Can Diabetes Influence Your Oral Health?

Mar 30, 2021

Diabetes occurs when the content of sugar in your body is too high and leads to several complications; some of them are: Stroke Heart Disease Kidney Failure It is also known to be the cause of blindness and amputation. While all this is common knowledge, most people do not know that people with diabetes are […]

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Does Winter Have Any Effect On Your Smile?

Mar 15, 2021

Do you have a sudden uncomfortable feeling in your teeth when you drink ice-cold water? Why this happened is, if you do not take of your oral health, as time passes by, the enamel on the teeth wears down and opens up the sensitive layer of your teeth. When this layer comes in contact with […]

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Are You Craving For Sugar?

Feb 28, 2021

We all know that eating sugary foods will slowly and gradually eat away the enamel on your teeth and cause cavities. Hence, here are some tricks to help you break a sweet tooth habit and lessen your sugar intake. Don’t Hunger Yourself. Sugar cravings can disguise themselves as hunger sometimes. Whenever you feel like eating […]

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Having Your Braces From Tomorrow? What Should You Do Today?

Feb 15, 2021

You must be excited that you will have braces from tomorrow. This means you will now have a beautiful smile, the one you have been craving for a long time, and have better oral health. But before all this happens, here is what you can do today. Your dentist must have already discussed with you […]

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How to stop excessive bleeding after tooth extraction?

Dec 30, 2020

Immediately after extraction, bleeding is regular; however, it should stop in some time. The body’s natural defense system acts directly, forming a blood clot. This will prevent bleeding; if it doesn’t, something is wrong. Discuss your problem with the dentist; there might be a need for a thorough examination to determine its causes. Besides, if […]

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What are the do’s and don’ts after tooth extraction?

Dec 15, 2020

Proper care is essential after the removal of a tooth to quicken the healing process. There are many reasons for tooth extraction; however, it is the last resort to opt when no other way is possible. Temporary teeth lost can regrow, but in adults, there is no such possibility naturally. The spread of bacteria causes […]

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