Many people aspire to have straight, evenly-aligned teeth. Early on, our parents will take us to the dentist so that he or she may examine and evaluate the state of our teeth and determine whether or not braces need be placed soon. The use of braces is a procedure intended to help you with dental…

Missing tooth is quite common these days. But still not many of us know how serious missing tooth can affect someone’s self-esteem, dental health and also until certain extent it can cause mental health issue. Some will suffer with lack of confidence to talk or smile not only in public but also among family and…

Invisalign and braces are two type of device used in orthodontics that align and straighten teeth and help position them while also aiming to improve dental health. If you are trying to choose between invisalign or braces, there’s a lot to consider. Cost, speed of treatment, appreance and comfort will all play a part in…

  Always brush your dentures thoroughly before soaking, to remove plaque and food debris. Brush using soft-bristle toothbrush with dishwashing liquid or denture cleanser. Brush all surfaces of the denture well. Rinse with room temperature water. Handle your dentures carefully. Be sure you don’t bend or damage the plastic or the metal clasps when cleaning….

Bad habits that effect our teeth 1.​Not brushing properly. 2.​Not flossing. 3.​Lip biting (because when you bite on your lip it will hurt salivary glands which cause swelling on your lips. 4.​Drinking acidic soft drinks causes erosion of teeth 5.​Tongue thrust which make your teeth move forward and causes tooth displacement. 6.​Chewing on hard foods…

Periodontal diseases are mainly due to infections and inflammation of the gums and bone that surround and support the teeth. In its early stage, called gingivitis, the gums can become swollen and red, and they may bleed. In its more serious form, called periodontitis, the gums can pull away from the tooth, bone can be…

Taking care of your oral health independently at home by brushing, flossing, rinsing and having a healthy diet can reduce the chances of oral health diseases. It is also important to have regular dental checkups for healthy teeth. Here are some tips to keep your teeth healthy at home: . Brush your teeth 2 times…

Gingivitis is a mild, early form of gum disease that occurs when bacteria and plaque build up in the mouth and lead to infection and make the gum red, swollen and tender. There some cause can lead to gum diseases such as; Poor oral hygiene such as not brushing and flossing in daily habits that…

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