Every parent knows the struggle of trying to teach their kids good dental hygiene. So, when you hear about dental sealants, it seems like the answer to a prayer. A quick, painless way of protecting teeth from cavities, what more could you ask for? Unfortunately, it’s not quite as simple as that. As with most […]

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Babies start teething anywhere between the age of 6 months and a year, and as any parent can tell you, it can be a rather fraught time. The discomfort of teeth emerging through the gums can leave baby grouchy, bad-tempered, and constantly whiny. It also means that they will put almost anything they can in […]

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As we age, our teeth are subject to wear and tear from regular use, gradually weakening the enamel over time. This process can be speeded up by poor dental hygiene or bad diet, leading to greater enamel loss and associated problems. Dental Enamel Problem Signs: Sensitive teeth If the enamel on your teeth has been […]

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Have you ever noticed how some people are forever obsessing about their breath when there is really nothing wrong with it, while others will cheerfully chat away, oblivious to the fact that they are dousing their interlocutor with bad breath? As we all know, it is extremely difficult to smell your own breath, making it […]

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We all know that good oral hygiene, meaning regular brushing and flossing, is the most important step in maintaining healthy teeth and gums, and for that, you need a good toothbrush The question is, are electric toothbrushes better than manual ones? The American Dental Association (ADA) states that, if used properly, both manual and electric […]

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Si alguien le preguntara cuántas veces al día se debería emplear la higiene oral, la mayoría de los encuestados respondería: varias veces al día incluso después de cada comida. La conciencia humana sobre el cuidado dental es bastante desarrollada en teoría, pero en la práctica los esfuerzos a menudo no van mucho más allá del […]

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It’s needless to say that looking after your teeth, gums, and mouth is pretty important. That’s no secret nor it is rocket science. It’s also pretty much old news that good oral habits aid in preventing loads of problems like tooth decay, gum disease, and halitosis – otherwise known as bad breath (just to name […]

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As dentistry has advanced and oral health education became more widespread, people are keeping their original teeth for longer periods of time. However, this doesn’t mean we can be complacent about our oral hygiene. As we age, any dental issues we have become more pronounced and new ones can develop, leading to a range of […]

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