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3 Oral Health Problems in Pregnancy  

Pregnancy is a period of emotional and physiological turbulence. There are several reactions and changes within the body and at times they may be quite overwhelming as well. Hence, it is essential for the pregnant woman to take care of her overall he

Do I Have Gum Disease?

Periodontitis, also known as periodontal or “gum” disease, is an infection that affects the soft tissues and bone that surround your teeth. Left untreated, this gum infection can lead to tooth mobility or loss. Its presence also impacts the sever

Teeth cleaning for a better quality of life

Teeth cleaning coupled with dental hygiene checkups on a regular basis are perhaps the most crucial service that a dental professional can perform. The two cannot only prevent damage to the teeth but can also be helpful in extending dental restoratio

3 Options for Replacing Missing Teeth

Are you struggling to smile because of a missing or recently extracted tooth? Fortunately, you don’t have to keep on living that way. When it comes to tooth replacement, you have more options than ever. Dental Implants Often referred to as the gold

Is your child suffering from crooked teeth?

Straightening those crooked teeth We use different types of braces to straighten crooked teeth in children to give them a beautiful and radiant smile for the many years to come. We offer both conventional metal braces as well as clear aligners depend

Why having your teeth cleaned is so important

 Do you know that your teeth are continually bathed in saliva which contains calcium and other substances? Those ingredients actually help strengthen and protect the dentition? Although this is a good thing, it also means that we tend to get a build

Get the kids excited for brushing and flossing!

Have you heard the saying “old habits die hard”? It’s true – it’s hard to break habits, even the good ones. If you make brushing and flossing a non-negotiable rule in early childhood, as your children grow they’re more likely to keep taki

Nutrition tips for a healthier mouth

So what should you eat for a healthier mouth? Here’s a few tips:1. Vegetables and fibrous fruitMost vegetables and fruit are high in water and fibre, which help clean your teeth as you eat. They can also counteract the sugars that feed the harmful

How to prevent tooth decay

Cavities take quite along time to develop, in fact, with regular visits, your dentist can often detect changes in your tooth enamel long before a hole develops. Holes in teeth begin when bacteria that is fueled by sugars in your saliva starts eroding