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The information on this website is for general information purposes only. Nothing on this site should be taken as advice for any individual case or situation. We will not be liable for any losses or damages in connection with the use of the information from these blogs. All blogs are meant to be educational. We advise always consulting with a professional before attempting anything written in a blog. We can not guarantee all of the services that we write about in our blogs. Any attempt to perform anything written in a blog can result in serious injury or fatality without expert guidance and oversight.

What to Eat After Sinus Lift Surgery?

May 15, 2024169 Views

Sinus lift surgery is a quite common dental procedure that needs careful post-op care, especially when it comes to your diet. You must eat the right foods to avoid irritating the surgery site. In this blog, we’ll talk about the best foods to eat after sinus lift surgery to help you recover smoothly.

Does Biting Your Cheek Cause Dental Problems

Apr 30, 20241267 Views

We have all once in our life caught ourselves biting cheeks. While this may seem like a minor or habitual thing, continuous cheek biting has serious consequences on your dental and oral health. Habitual cheek biting involves continuously clenching your teeth on the soft tissue of your inner teeth. Over time, this habit can not bring discomfort but can be the cause of irritation, inflammation and even result in sores and ulcers in your mouth. While these might be extremely uncomfortable symptoms, they can indirectly affect your teeth.

Dental Sealants – Seal Out The Bacteria!

Mar 30, 2024518 Views

Bacteria and germs can thrive in your oral cavity putting your teeth at risk of decay. Decay is primarily caused by consuming high amounts of sugary and acidic foods which not only damages the tooth’s enamel but causes bacteria to stick and thrive. However, there are natural defense mechanisms to balance the acidity of our mouth such as saliva and fluoride based products. But, if overtime the damage overweighs the repair, a cavity can form.

Is It Normal For Gums To Bleed Every Time I Brush?

Feb 29, 20241214 Views

Bleeding gums is not a serious health condition until it becomes chronic and does not stop on its own. It can be an underlying symptom to many different causes including gum disease, mouth conditions, dental treatments and dental trauma, and injury. Let’s find out if it is normal for gums to bleed every time you brush your teeth?

5 Types Of Periodontal Disease

Feb 15, 20241337 Views

Oral health is one of the important constituents of maintaining overall health. Taking care of your teeth and gums can significantly reflect on your overall well-being. While there is much information on teeth issues and possible treatments, in this article, we will talk about gum diseases. Gum disease, also known as periodontal disease can take two major forms - gingivitis and periodontitis. We will explain the characteristics of both in further detail.

Is Invisalign Cheaper Than Braces?

Jan 30, 20241972 Views

Invisalign and braces are both types of orthodontic treatment used to treat misaligned teeth. While both are used to treat similar causes of misalignment, they are used to treat different severities, have different time spans and use a different approach.

Why Are Toothpicks A Danger for Your Oral Health

Jan 15, 20241432 Views

After a fulfilling meal, it is quite natural to be tempted to reach for a toothpick in order to remove food particles that have stuck between the teeth. toothpicks are the most easy, convenient and a readily available solution for the need for removing unwanted shards. However, they can do more harm than good. Keep reading to learn how toothpicks can be a threat to our oral health and can damage both the structure and function of our teeth.

Few Ways To Prevent A Dry Mouth

Dec 30, 20231945 Views

Not having to produce enough saliva can cause dry mouth making it difficult to eat, swallow or even speak. In this blog we will uncover the factors that contribute to a dry mouth. Whether it is a medicinal side effect or an entirely different medical condition, knowing what exactly causes a dry mouth can be a significant step towards alleviating it.

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