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A Smile is the Universal Expression of Health & Happiness!
01 February

That a sugar-laden diet is extremely bad for one’s dental health has long been established and something that’s been taught in schools for many years; however, many people seem unaware of the connection how diet affects oral health. For instance, most are aware that calcium and Vitamin D are important for good bone health, yet […]

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01 February

There’s little doubt that patients need to have total confidence in their dentist. A bad experience, while fortunately relatively uncommon, can cause lasting or even lifelong consequences for patients, including a loss of confidence, fear of dentistry and increased levels of tooth decay as a result of non-attendance at appointments. Good dentistry is not simply […]

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31 January

Toothache, cavity, abscessed tooth, damaged pulp…all this and a lot more could have been avoided, had you been brushing your teeth right. Brushing your teeth in the correct manner is as important as doing the job itself. While all of us do the brushing job daily, there are only a few who know how to […]

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31 January

Wisdom teeth are not really the sign of growth in wisdom. They are called so because they grow at a time when the human body tends to reach its final stages of development (which happens between 17 to 21 years of age). In reality, wisdom teeth are impacted teeth, i.e. teeth whose growth has been […]

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31 January

In simple words, canker sores can be best described as painful and shallow sores in the mouth. They are also known as Aphthous Sores. Canker sores occur in the inside of cheeks or the base of gums. They may even occur under the tongue. Canker sores are characterized by extreme redness. However, sometimes they may […]

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26 January

The visual benefits of straightening teeth are amazing, they are usually not the initial reason that orthodontics would be recommended by a dental professional. Believe it or not, straightening the teeth has a wide variety of other health benefits including reduced cracks in the teeth, preventing jaw pain and fighting gum disease. Straight Teeth and […]

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26 January

Gingivitis is a gum disease caused by bacterial infection in the tissues and bones that surround and support the teeth. Gingivitis is a mild gum disease also called as periodontal disease that affects gingiva, or the tissue that surrounds the gums. It spreads below the gum line and damages the tissues that support the teeth. […]

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26 January

Bad breath is a medical condition known as halitosis. Bad breath is a problem that has been shared by millions of people across the world causing an unpleasant condition with embarrassment. There has been recent effective scientific approach to diagnosing and treating bad breath or chronic halitosis conditions. From time to time, especially in the […]

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26 January

Infants and Children A child’s dental care really starts with his or her mother’s healthy pregnancy, because baby teeth begin to form before birth. If you are pregnant, make sure to eat a balanced, nutritious diet and get an adequate amount of vitamins and minerals. It’s important for pregnant women to have a complete dental […]

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26 January

Tea is a truly unique product and one of the most amazing known herbal remedies. It is a source of natural antioxidants, special natural substances with very powerful properties to reduce negative effects of oxidative stress, prevent aging and various type of cell degeneration linked to aging, including cancer cell formation. Tea is a unique […]

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