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All about Teeth Deep Cleaning

Jul 15, 2024147 Views

Perplexed by the thought of your dentist mentioning the need to get deep teeth cleaning when you properly brush your teeth every day? Well, do not be. A deep level of teeth cleaning is unlike standard ones and definitely different from what you do at home. It is done professionally and caters to the gunk present below the gum line as well to ensure thorough cleaning. Let's discuss more details.

How Long Is The Wait To Eat After Getting Fluoride Varnish?

Jun 30, 2024414 Views

Getting a fluoride flush every 6 months may seem meaningless and when you learn about eating restrictions, you definitely push it back. Do not do that! This treatment is an effective way to strengthen your teeth and protect them from decay. Moreover, the wait to eat after getting fluoride is not long at all. All you need to do is spare a mere 30 minutes!

Top 10 Signs You Need A Root Canal

Jun 15, 2024641 Views

Has your tooth been aching a lot lately? Well, that persistent pain or sensitivity may indicate a deeper issue lying in your tooth's core - the pulp. Problems occurring in this area need prompt attention as things may escalate, worsening your oral and overall health. But the good news is that timely intervention with the help of a root canal can avert adversaries.

Which Option Is Better, Braces or Invisalign?

May 30, 20241087 Views

The route to get a straight smile can be confusing since you have more than one way to choose from. Usually, you might find dentists deciding between braces or invisalign since they are effective solutions for perfect-looking teeth. Let’s dive into more details.

3 Types Of Upper Partial Dentures To Choose From

May 15, 20241216 Views

Missing teeth is more than a cosmetic concern and impacts not only your smile but also the functionality of your mouth. So, to cater to this, dental care experts have come up with an affordable solution - dentures. They are available in fixed and partial options, and in this blog, we will be focusing on upper partial dentures along with others.

Can 70 Year Old Seniors Whiten Their Teeth?

Apr 30, 20241555 Views

Wondering if bright, white smiles are only for the youth? Well, no! It is not. Whether you are a 12-year-old child or 70-year-old senior, teeth whitening is a fantastic option for anyone looking for a confidence boost.

Does Coffee Leave A Stain On Your Teeth?

Apr 15, 2024773 Views

Ever wonder why your pearly white smile seems dull after your morning cup of coffee? Well, you are not alone! Coffee, although a fan-favorite, does stain teeth, making them look less appealing. Let’s discuss the top 10 ways you can keep your teeth free from yellow stains.

5 Reasons Why Your Tooth Is Loose But Still Attached

Mar 30, 20241013 Views

A loose tooth in childhood is a celebrated milestone, but for adults, it is a cause for alarm. Having a loose tooth which is still somewhere attached to the gum is worrying. Let's discuss the top 5 reasons why this might be happening and what you can do about it.

How Long After Dental Filling Can You Eat Food?

Mar 15, 2024989 Views

Dental fillers come with some dos and don’ts, especially regarding healing after the procedure. One thing you must remember is how long you can eat food after a filling. The time and type of diet are crucial for your successful recovery.

What Happens To The Tooth Extraction Site After 3 Days?

Feb 29, 2024975 Views

If your dentist has given the final verdict of extracting your tooth, do not worry; your empty socket will start healing soon. Mild pain and inflammation kick in right after the numbness goes down; however, expect your tooth extraction site to heal significantly after 3 days.

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