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Is Dairy a Good Choice For Your Teeth?

It can be tough to make good dietary choices for your dental health. Is milk good or bad for your teeth? Does cheese cause tooth decay? Research says that dairy and teeth are a great pairing, but the reasons why may surprise you. Here’s what you need to know. How Dairy Fights Decay 1. Dairy Protects Teeth Milk and dairy […]

Metal Braces vs Invisalign: How to Choose

Have you decided that straight teeth are the way to go? Not a bad decision! A perfectly aligned set of teeth will definitely give you a beautiful smile! But not only that – a straightened teeth also restores optimal chewing and speech efficiency. Most importantly, optimally aligned teeth are easier to clean. Hence, minimising the chances of teeth cavities and […]

How to Close the Gap Between Your Teeth

The Gap Between Your Teeth: What is it? Gaps between your teeth – seen in both adults and children, can have harmful effects on confidence as well as on your oral health. A diastema is a gap or space between two teeth. There can be gaps between any two teeth, but it is particularly common between the upper front teeth. […]

Worn Teeth: Causes and Treatment

Improvements in dental care and oral health have led to the majority of people keeping some or even all of their teeth for the duration of their lives. However, the longer we keep our teeth the more opportunity there is for them to become worn away (also know as Tooth Surface Loss). Worn and chipped teeth are thus a prevalent […]

How to Take Care of Your Teeth Post Braces

Good dental care is just as important after you take your braces off as while you’re wearing them. You worked so hard with the braces for so long. You suffered and pulled through. If you don’t take care of your teeth post braces, it will all be for nothing. Learn proper post-orthodontic hygiene habits in order to keep your teeth […]

Most Commonly Asked Dental Questions

From a very early age, we are encouraged to ask questions - to parents, to teachers, to coaches. This same principle is to be applied to us, the dentists. The Dentist's office is a place of curiosity. Asking questions is an important part of your dental visit and overall healthcare. It allows us to cater to your individual problems and face them head-on. Here are some of the most common questions we receive...

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Fresh Breath in Just 6 Easy Steps

90% of bad breath is the result of plaque, a perfect, sticky home for harmful bacteria to multiply up to 600x faster compared to living outside the plaque. Applying these 6 easy steps is an almost fool proof method to fresh breath all day long.

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Sharing A Toothbrush And Other Bad Bathroom Habits

Accidentally (or not so accidentally) using someone else’s toothbrush doesn’t sound too bad, does it? In fact, habits like these can cause long term oral health problems. Most of us have built our oral health regime based on what others, most likely our parents, have taught us. We may believe that this is perfectly fine as we haven’t really learned […]

Chipped Teeth: What are they and what can you do

Chipped teeth are not exactly a stylish look – especially when they’re obvious and at the front of the mouth. Teeth can become cracked or chipped for a number of reasons; sports injuries, accidents, teeth grinding or even biting into harder foods can cause teeth to crack or break. There are many ways to repair cracks or chips; your dentist will […]

DO and DON’Ts for Students: Dental Edition

Attention teenagers to adults in their 20s. We like to eat. It’s a fact that we don’t try to deny. With more and more aesthetic cafe’s opening up. With Instagram stories full of food posts. With pasta tasting so good. Who can help it? It’s no wonder everyone gains the “Freshman 15” - a phrase used to describe the few extra pounds that college students put on when they first start out university or high school. While there may be obvious general health risks with putting weight on, there’s also many risks to your oral health too. We're here to help you out. Here are some practical Do's and Don'ts to easily apply into your busy schedule.

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