You or someone you know might begin chemotherapy treatment for cancer soon. If that’s the case, you might want to know a little more about some of the chemo’s effects on your body, in this case, on your teeth. While chemotherapy helps treat cancer, it can also cause certain side effects which can affect the […]

Contrary to popular belief, age does not always bring wisdom. Nor does it necessarily bring wisdom teeth. In fact, according to a study, the number of people born without wisdom teeth could be up to 35%. So if you fall within this percentage, does that mean there is something wrong with your teeth (or you’re […]

Let’s get this one out of the way right at the start: sensitive teeth are no joke! Tooth sensitivity isn’t something that’s just there for you to feel uncomfortable. It’s more serious than that: worn enamel, receding gums, decaying dental work, cavities are just some of the issues that can lead to tooth sensitivity to […]

There are over 700 species of bacteria that live in your mouth. Because of the bumps and crevices on your tongue, lots of them stick to its surface! Does it seem like you are spending hours and hours on your dental hygiene, brushing, flossing, rinsing, repeating, all to no avail. People still turn their head […]

It’s not a secret, first-time parents often have trouble when it comes to their child’s first visit to the dentist. It’s really not uncommon for parents to be unsure about their baby’s first dental visit and about other “firsts” as well. And that’s not something out of the ordinary since every parent wants to make […]

Whether we like it or not, tooth loss is a pretty common thing. Aging isn’t the only culprit (according to the American Association of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeons, one in four adults lose all their permanent teeth by the age of 74), gum disease, failed root canals, accidents, and tooth decay also play a major […]

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