Oral Hygiene and Braces: What Your Child Needs to Know About Keeping Them Clean

Posted on: 14 September 2016

New braces take a bit of getting used to. When your child first gets braces, it's important that they quickly get used to cleaning them properly, which requires a different approach than cleaning teeth without braces. Orthodontics can be a significant investment and you need to ensure that your child does everything they can to keep their teeth clean and healthy while the braces work their magic. So what are some things that your child needs to learn when it comes to keeping their teeth clean while wearing braces?
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Discolouring Teeth | 3 Conceivable Triggers Of Teeth Yellowing

Posted on: 26 August 2016

Sometimes your teeth turn yellow without your knowledge until it's too late. Yellowing usually happens gradually and is natural when you start to age, so you can easily miss it. The good news is that there's no serious health issue associated with yellowing, but it can still be demoralising for most people. Once you understand these triggers of teeth yellowing, you can take appropriate steps to prevent them on your own or by visiting your dentist regularly to clean your teeth.
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Ensuring Long-Lasting Smiles with Dental Implants

Posted on: 11 August 2016

Dental implants are the modern way to bring your smile back and let you relish every moment of your life. It uproots the feeling of embarrassment from your life when you cannot talk and eat properly because of one or many missing teeth. Dental bridges or dentures may help you but, it's the facility of the bygone era. Leave the problems of loose or falling teeth far behind. Here are a few reasons to go with dental implants:
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When Is It a Dental Emergency and When Can Your Situation Wait?

Posted on: 25 July 2016

When you have problems with your teeth, jaw, or inside of your mouth, some will be outright emergencies, while some might be considered urgent, meaning you should make an appointment as soon as possible even though the problem isn't necessarily an emergency. Of course it's always good to visit a dentist right away if you're not sure of what's an urgent problem versus what can wait, but note a few tips to keep in mind when it comes to your dental care.
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