• 14 JAN 20
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    Good and Bad Food for your Teeth and Gums

    Good and Bad Food for your Teeth and Gums

    Our mouth is our body’s main point of access of nutrients we consume, be watchful of what you are eating because it affects not only your general health but your dental health as well. Several foods can give tooth decay, on the other hand other food helps fight plaque and cavity buildup. Aside from properly

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    • 19 NOV 19
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    Smoking Effects on Oral Health

    Smoking Effects on Oral Health

    In general smoking cigarettes and tobacco is dangerous to your overall health. People who smoke have a greater risk of developing harmful effects which can directly impact your oral health such as: Gum disease (periodontal), Oral Cancer, Stained teeth, Bad breath, Leukoplakia, Bone loss in jaw, increased tartar/plaque and complications or infections after tooth extraction

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    • 15 OCT 19
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    What do you know about Wisdom Teeth?

    What do you know about Wisdom Teeth?

    Wisdom teeth are the third and last molars to appear on each side of the upper and lower jaws. These teeth have been called wisdom teeth because they are the final teeth to erupt and they come through at a more mature age between 17 and 21 although sometimes they appear many years later. It’s

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    • 09 SEP 19
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    When should you take your child on first visit to dentist?

    When should you take your child on first visit to dentist?

    Your baby’s dental care is significant from the start between 3 and 9 months. Your Child’s primary teeth (baby teeth) will start to erupt, and it’s important that your Child’s first dental visit should take place after the first tooth appears. Or as many dentist recommend initial visit should be before your Child’s first birthday.

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