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Do you have sensitive teeth? Here’s Why!

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Dentists call it dentin hypersensitivity. To most people, it is simply known as sensitive teeth. Basically, a person who suffers from sensitive teeth would cringe in discomfort when their teeth come into contact with hot or cold foods and beverages. For some people, that sharp sensation emanating fr... Continue reading

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4 Signs that you have Impacted Wisdom Teeth

The last adult teeth to appear in the mouth, wisdom teeth usually emerge between the ages of 17 and 25. You can have as many as 4 wisdom teeth – one at each end of your upper and lower arches – or none at all. Since they emerge after the rest of our permanent teeth have already come in,... Continue reading

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5 Reasons You Should Smile More

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A smile is a universally understood facial expression that everyone can appreciate. Regardless of who you are or where you come from, you are more likely to gravitate towards someone with a friendly smile, and conversely, it can help you appear more personable and attractive to others. The value of ... Continue reading

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What Your Everyday Coffee Is Doing To Your Teeth!

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Can you imagine spending a single day without drinking coffee? If the answer is ‘no’, you’re quite likely a coffee addict. Whether as a morning routine or nightcap, coffee has become a beverage around which many of us form our daily habits. Besides the danger of developing a caffei... Continue reading

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Dental Myth Debunked – Why Soft Brushes are Better than Hard Bristles!

Most people don't put enough thought to picking out a toothbrush. When you pick a toothbrush based on the brand, colour or look, you are not considering what is arguably the most important factor. Bristle strength should be one of your top considerations. The common notion to pick a hard brush simpl... Continue reading

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What Solutions are Available for Teeth Crowding?

Teeth crowding is one of the most common teeth alignment issues affecting children and adults alike. It refers to the orthodontic condition in which the teeth overlap onto one another. It typically occurs when there is insufficient space on the jaw to properly accommodate the teeth, resulting in ove... Continue reading

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Natural cures for your mouth ulcer!

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Mouth ulcers are very common. Chinese medical practitioners deem the ailment stems from “heatiness” in the body, while Western medicine attribute it to viral infections and genetic dispositions. Whatever the cause, mouth ulcers can be very annoying. Some ulcers can make your mouth burn ... Continue reading

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5 Reasons Why You Should Never Neglect Your Teeth

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According to a 2016 report in Huffington Post Australia, almost a third of all Australian adults have a form of untreated tooth decay while one-sixth of the population cannot recall their last appointment at the dentist. Other troubling news finds that working Australians are more prone to oral care... Continue reading

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Keep Your Teeth Clean and Healthy by Avoiding These Foods!

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If you care about having good oral health, then a good place to start looking after your teeth and gums is to consider what you eat and drink. In so far as controlling your diet as a preventive measure against dental ailments, there are four major groups of food items that you may wish to pay partic... Continue reading

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Common Dental Problems for Middle Aged Adults

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If you are currently in your mid 30s to mid 50s, there’s a tendency to be complacent about your dental health. That’s especially the case for those who have had minimal dental issues in the past. It doesn’t help that most articles on oral care discussions are centered on infants, t... Continue reading

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