How Can You Prevent Bad Breath

15/02/2021

Haliotosis, or bad breath, is a condition that affects 25% of people globally. While it is common, bad breath can be embarrassing for people. Here are five tips to prevent bad breath and stay hygienic all day long.   Brush Your Teeth and Floss   Brush your teeth twice per day for at least two.

Will Wisdom Tooth Pain Go Away?

09/02/2021

Yes, the pain might go away after some time. However, the pain can be too much or there’s an infection. It’s always best to have the dentist look at it and tell you the next course of action (most likely tooth extraction to ensure long-term relief). Will wisdom tooth pain go away? When wisdom teeth.

Dental Technology Will Make Dentistry Less Painful

30/01/2021

Advancements in dental technology have resulted in better patient care, less pain during procedures, reduced treatment times and cheaper costs for patients. The field of dentistry has indeed evolved at a rapid rate over the last ten years. Dentists are now using innovative technology to design inlays, onlays, veneers, crowns, bridges, dentures, mouth reconstructions and.

Pros and Cons of Porcelain Veneers

12/01/2021

To achieve an improved natural-looking smile, dental veneers are a great option. It’s especially the case with porcelain veneers because of their strength, stain resistance, resilience and longevity. Pros and cons of porcelain veneers However, before moving forward with this way of improving your smile and teeth appearance, it’s good to take note of the.

Why Do People Delay Visiting the Dentist?

09/12/2020

Aside from worries about the coronavirus, people delay visiting the dental office because they might feel it’s not that urgent. After all, many of us only act if there’s an emergency or if the situation is serious already (e.g. unbearable pain, uncontrollable bleeding). However, each day of delay will indeed lead to something serious and.

Sedation Dentistry: Relaxing In The Chair

01/12/2020

Sedation Dentistry: Relaxing In The Chair Many patients who visit the dentist’s office experience some form of trepidation or anxiety – this is normal. Dental procedures are very close and personal and this makes some patients uncomfortable. Thankfully, modern innovations in the field of dentistry make it easier for patients to relax when in the.