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Diet And Oral Heath

A well-balanced diet will have a positive impact on your health, and can help to fight oral diseases and keep your teeth and gum healthy. Studies reveal that low levels of nutrients and minerals in your diet can reduce your resistance to infections and adversely affect your oral health, which can lead to gum diseases, …

Is Teeth Whitening Safe?

A lot of my patients ask me about teeth whitening and how safe it is. Here is what you should know about teeth whitening. Teeth can be discoloured or vary in color for different reasons. They can be naturally dark yellow or gray, have bright white spots around, have outside brown stains from cigarettes, coffee, …

Parents’ Role in Kids’ Oral Hygiene

teaching kids to brush your teeth

The foundation of healthy kids teeth starts during their first year. Parents should always understand their role to guide their kids in learning of tooth brushing and floss to maintain healthy early habits in oral hygiene. Studies show that poor oral hygiene and poor diet will develop fast developing caries in primary teeth and then will …

How Poor Oral Hygiene Can Affect Your Overall Health?

Gum Disease

Did you know that problems in your mouth can affect the rest of your body!   Everybody knows that poor dental care can lead to dental cavities, but do you know that pure oral hygiene can also result in serious health problems. Highlighted major areas of concerns are: Heart disease – Bacteria from inflammation of …

How Often do I Need Professional Teeth Cleaning?

Teeth Cleaning

Whenever you choose to blame your hectic family life, busy working schedule or demanding social life, one thing is for sure- we should find time to visit dentist and dental hygienist, or we might regret it later in our life. My clients say all time that they brush 2-3 time a day and floss from time …

Do You Know Your Mouth?!

Teeth protection for kids

What are the major problems you can find in your mouth?!   Periodontal disease  Periodontal disease caused by bacteria found in dental plaque. The first stage is called gingivitis (inflammation of the gums), which is the only stage that is reversible. The second stage we call periodontitis(inflammation of all gums, ligaments, and bone) Treatment methods …