• 30 OCT 17
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    What to do for Knock Out Permanent Tooth?

    What to do for Knock Out Permanent Tooth?

    Knocked-out tooth or medically called “avulsed” tooth. One of the most serious dental emergencies for permanent teeth, but the damage can be fixed when urgent care is given and there’s a good chance in saving the tooth. Dental Consideration: Bring the dislodged tooth to your dentist right away, holding the tooth only by the crown

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    • 15 OCT 17
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    What is Dental Veneer (Hollywood Smile)?

    What is Dental Veneer (Hollywood Smile)?

    Dental veneers are thinly custom-made shells of tooth-colored materials bonded over the front surface of teeth, like a false fingernail fits over a nail. Veneers are used improve aesthetics of a smile by masking tooth discolorations, closing gaps between their front teeth, fixing misaligned and  irregularly shaped teeth and restore chipped or worn tooth. There

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    • 04 OCT 17
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    What is the advantage of using Electric Toothbrush?

    What is the advantage of using Electric Toothbrush?

    Electric toothbrush is simply a toothbrush that uses electric power that makes rapid, automatic bristle motion form side to side or rotates clockwise then anticlockwise. These brushes come in a variety of styles and perform specific functions. Some are designed for sensitive teeth, while others are for preventing gum disease. Nowadays, electric toothbrushes are usually

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    • 26 SEP 17
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    The Effects of Bulimia Nervosa on Teeth

    The Effects of Bulimia Nervosa on Teeth

    Bulimia Nervosa is an eating disorder that is characterized by recurrent and frequent episodes of uncontrolled overeating, known as bingeing. This binge eating followed by compensatory behavior of overeating such as forced vomiting, too much exercise, use of laxatives or diuretics, or a combination of these behaviors. People with bulimia nervosa have a sense of distorted

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