Do you notice a little ‘pink in the sink’ after brushing your teeth? It might not be serious. But it might be.So careful.
Like most things, using mouthwash can have pros and cons. With so many different rinses available, which one is right for you?
The decision to choose a root canal or a dental implant is complex one. Here are some things to consider.
The terms plaque and tartar are often used interchangeably.
Dental X-rays may seem like an extra expense, but they are as important as regular teeth cleanings.
Do you have any thought how long you chew of your food for?
What do pumice rock, charcoal, bark and burnt bread have in common?
Grafting may be necessary to protect your teeth and reduce your temperature sensitivity.
Your regular dental checkup includes a thorough examination of your tongue. Here’s why.
Digestion begins in our mouth, not our stomach. Are you chewing your food properly?
Is your mouth causing cardiovascular disease, diabetes, cancer or even depression?
Does sugar cause dental cavities? Not exactly. Discover the almost invisible culprit.
Think substituting an energy drink for a soda or sports drink is a better choice? Think again.
Your sleep habits can affect the condition of your teeth and gums. Here’s how.
How to avoid the erosion of the enamel that protects the sensitive layers of your teeth.
It’s known as the kissing disease but you can get it other ways too…
Thumb sucking is perfectly normal-if you’re an infant!Here are some tips to break the habit.
Will this development eliminate the need for traditional drilling and filling of tooth cavities?
Imagine a world in which your child’s tooth decay doesn’t involve anaesthesia, drilling or filling.
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