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Halitosis is most commonly known as bad breath. It affects a surprising number of people, given that there are many ways to combat it - not just … Read More. about What Is Halitosis?
We’re very proud to announce that we have successfully received our private dental practice accreditation, following a comprehensive one-year … Read More. about We’ve Achieved Private Dental Practice Accreditation
Contrary to what many believe, a recent study of Australian twins has revealed that decay-prone teeth are not inherited. Tooth Decay & … Read More. about Study Shows You Can’t Blame Tooth Decay on Genes
We all know that consuming lots of sugar is bad for our health and teeth. But, did you know that there is no requirement for companies to state that … Read More. about Calls for Clearer Sugar Labeling
There are a number of ways to take care of oral health, from regular brushing and flossing to gargling mouthwash. Tongue Scraping Another method … Read More. about Does Tongue Scraping Stop Bad Breath?
Smoking has many negative effects on your oral health; fortunately, after cutting down or stopping entirely, your mouth can soon start to improve, and … Read More. about Smoking And Oral Health
X-rays are a vital tool for any dentist to aid in assessing dental health, as many problems that aren’t visible on the surface can be discovered in … Read More. about Dental X-Rays – What You Need To Know
When your teeth touch something cold, hot, acidic, sweet or forcibly and you have tooth pain, chances are you have sensitive teeth. Main Causes … Read More. about Sensitive Teeth – What Are the Reasons?
Like the rest of our body, our teeth are prone to accidents and injuries too. However unlike many common scrapes, bumps and bruises that can … Read More. about Dental Accidents and What to Do
Dental professionals agree that commercially prepared toothpaste removes plaque and protects your teeth from decay better than homemade … Read More. about Homemade Toothpaste vs Commercial Toothpaste