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How are Teeth Prepped for Veneers | All You Need To Know

Jun 30, 20221175 Views

For every task, there is one step that is vital to its success. The same is true for getting dental veneers. Getting veneers can be a cosmetic choice or a dental prescription. Veneers are a very effective and versatile innovation in the field of dentistry. The look of your teeth is completely changeable through veneers. […]

My Gums Bleed While I Floss — What Might Be the Reason?

Jun 15, 2022776 Views

Do your gums bleed when flossing? Although all dentists recommend adopting flossing as a part of your oral hygiene, it can take a little getting used to. Flossing your teeth helps get rid of the debris and food particles that are stuck between your teeth and under the gums. Usually, discomfort occurs while flossing when […]

What is an Invisalign Retainer and Why is it Important

May 30, 20221205 Views

Today a lot of people are self-conscious about the way they look. People get social anxiety just because of the way they look. Braces are a great way to fix orthodontic problems. However, they also cause social anxiety in people. Braces are effective but usually easily visible. Socially anxious people dislike the consistent staring they […]

4 Reasons Why Your Baby is Grinding Their Teeth

Apr 30, 20221971 Views

If your baby is grinding their teeth, it can signify teething. When teeth come in, the feeling is new to your baby. As a result, you might hear gnashing sounds at night. Excessive teeth grinding is also known as bruxism. Multiple causes trigger teeth grinding in children. Thus, it is always better to get familiar […]

Yellow Marks On Teeth – Is Coffee the Culprit?

Apr 15, 20221959 Views

Did you know your love for coffee might be toxic to your oral health? Well, coffee contains tannin, which – to put it simply– takes advantage of teeth enamel’s porous nature and causes tooth discoloration. In short, coffee that you can’t live without is the coffee that stains your teeth. Is There More to Coffee […]

How to Fix Pacifier Teeth | All You Need to Know

Feb 28, 20221160 Views

The Pacifier teeth are an orthodontic problem resulting from extensive sucking of the thumb or pacifier. This problem develops among kids who have started to lose their baby teeth and are now getting new teeth in place of them. If a child has an extensive habit of sucking their thumb, then the child is more […]

Metal-Free Dentistry is it Worth it?

Feb 15, 2022797 Views

Have you ever wondered why people switch to metal-free fillings? Or why is it that metal fillings are bad in the first place? Fillings have always been a mainstay of dental care. But with advances in technology and improved understanding of the human body, experts are in for new alternatives. In today’s blog, we will […]

Are Sweets Bad For Your Teeth?

Jan 30, 20221634 Views

There are times when your tongue just keeps on craving sweets. We know that it is not an uncommon truth that sweets are bad for teeth. But do you know why is it bad? And what are the effects sweets are doing on your pearly whites? Do you enjoy treating yourself to a candy bar? […]

What is an Overbite and How to Fix an Overbite Smile?

Jan 15, 2022670 Views

There are many orthodontic problems around the world. Some are severe, while some are mild. However, one orthodontic issue stands out of the ordinary as the most common globally. This condition is called an overbite smile. No other issue is more common than this one. Studies suggest that around 22% of the global population have […]


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