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“Every time you smile at someone, it is an action of love, a gift to that person, a beautiful thing”! A sparkling smile can make a notable difference in your appearance. Following good oral hygiene helps maintain your teeth clean …

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The third molars are the last set of teeth that grow at the back of the mouth. Their development and arrival can begin anytime during the teen years or by mid-twenties. These molars, also known as the Wisdom teeth become …

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Is Age A Factor In Getting Dental Implants?

Posted on April 30, 2018 | Posted in Dental implant

With technological advancements and scientific researches, the life expectancy of people has improved to a great extent. Dental implants are the most popular dental procedures in recent times to replace a missing tooth. Whether you had lost a tooth due …

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Nowadays, people strive for dazzling teeth, and tooth whitening is becoming more and more popular than ever. There are several ways to achieve your goal, starting from whitening toothpaste to more advanced systems. Teeth naturally darken with age and with …

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Saliva constitutes about 98% of water and many important substances, including various enzymes, mucus and antibacterial compounds. It does more than keeping your mouth wet, helping in moistening food, creating bolus and aids in the digestion process. It also helps …

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Even if you brush and floss twice daily, you will notice your smile begins to lose its sparkle. The primary cause of stains teeth is your favourite foods such as coffee, medications, ageing, tea and more. But we can’t avoid …

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An attractive smile makes your first impression into the best impression. Research says one-third of the people you meet will first notice your teeth than any other part of your face. So beautiful smile is the most impressive feature that …

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How Oral Health and Heart Disease Connected?

Posted on February 5, 2018 | Posted in Oral Health

Can gum disease actually cause heart disease? The answer is “Yes”. Shocking, right? Recent survey revealed that “Having gum disease increases the risk of heart attack by 28%” In this article, we are going to reveal the link between oral …

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Recent survey polled by the University of Adelaide show that a ¼ of all Australian children aged 10 and below 10 has untreated tooth decay. And it’s shocking to know that over 40% of children who aged below 5 years …

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Before going deep into the concept of teeth whitening, I think it’s the right time to talk about the style aspect of movie star smiles and other TV personalities. Okay, let me ask you a question. What is the one …

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