Frequently Asked Questions About Dental Implants

Posted on: 29 January 2021

Missing teeth, especially the front teeth, may change your appearance, making you shy away from smiling or even socialising; this is because your teeth play a huge role in how you look. Your teeth also help you chew and talk clearly, which you might have noticed you have difficulty doing with a few missing teeth. When you visit a dentist, he or she will carry out an examination that may involve X-rays, blood tests and a series of questions to find out more about your medical history.
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Helping You Understand Dental Crowns

Posted on: 18 December 2020

You may already know that a tooth comprises of two parts: the part you see when you look inside your mouth (crown) and the roots located inside your gum, and in your jawbone to hold and secure your tooth firmly. Your tooth also has three distinct layers: the outermost known as the enamel, a second layer known as the dentine and a third layer, which is more of a chamber that houses your tooth's blood vessels and nerves (pulp cavity).
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Want to Bid Bad Breath Goodbye? 4 Simple Things Your Dentist Wished You Knew

Posted on: 28 October 2020

An ideal way to straighten your teeth discreetly is through the Invisalign treatment. Though the treatment is effective, it may increase the chances of experiencing bad breath if you are not careful. Bad breath is unappealing and indicates that there may be other underlying severe issues. Therefore, it is vital to follow proper dental hygiene practices and visit a dentist when bad breath persists. Here are tips you may get from your dentist so you can bid halitosis goodbye more effectively.
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Different Aspects Contributing To The Longevity Of Your Tooth Whitening Results

Posted on: 25 August 2020

Tooth whitening is one of many commonly requested services when patients visit a dentist. And this is not surprising. Discoloured teeth can deal a severe blow to your self-confidence as you may not be comfortable smiling around company, more so new acquaintances. Additionally, stained teeth can also influence how people perceive you, both professionally and socially. Fortunately, in-office teeth whitening will revamp your smile and your overall appearance and this can have far-reaching benefits to your day-to-day life.
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