The Most Common Tooth Brushing Mistakes

tooth brushing mistakes
September 14, 2017

While you may initially think that brushing your teeth is a simple task, this isn’t necessarily the case. There are a huge number of issues that can come with your oral hygiene, simply because of the way that you brush your teeth. Here, we’re taking a look at some of the most common tooth brushing mistakes that you can make and how you can ensure that your dental care is…

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How long should we wait to brush our teeth after eating

brush teeth after eating
March 9, 2017

Among many people, you will probably remember when your mother told you when you were little, the habit exists us of recommending cleaning the teeth whenever we eat, especially immediately after the meals. It is, as we see in many houses, a maxim that is repeated in a constant and common way, which both our mothers and our grandmothers instilled in us every day. Why this advice is so widespread?…

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The lowdown on dentistry sedation

dentistry sedation
December 4, 2016

For some people, it’s one of the scariest visits they’ll make all year. For others, the dentist is a medical necessity. In a lot of cases a bout of sedation is required to at least numb the potential pain although few of us know exactly how this happens. When we do arrive in the practice, we’re given little notice on the type of sedation that will be administered. It often…

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Brightening up Your Smile with Cosmetic Dentistry

cosmetic dentistry
December 28, 2015

If there’s one thing you’re known for, it’s your winning smile. Over the years, it’s served you well at countless social gatherings, dates and job interviews. Dazzling though it is, your smile has a number of minor imperfections you’ve been meaning to attend to. However, after writing these problems off as too expensive to fix, you’ve reached a standstill. As it turns out, many of the cosmetic issues you’re experiencing…

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Five effective ways to whiten your teeth

whiten teeth
October 21, 2015

How do get stained teeth? The enamel that covers the teeth is slightly porous, provoking that residues stay whenever we eat. Usually, just brushing to remove this debris is not possible, there are foods and beverages such as coffee, tea or soft drinks that stain in a more penetrating way and as a result, our teeth gradually begin to acquire a yellow tone. The good news is that return the…

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Ways to prevent 5 common dental conditions

prevent dental conditions
June 14, 2015

Dental appointments are never any fun, yet the good news is that most of them can be effortlessly prevented. Brushing twice every day, flossing every day, eating healthy, and general dental checkups are key in preventing dental issues. Learning about common dental issues and their reasons can likewise go far in prevention. 1. Bad breath: Reason: If you have ever experienced the consequences of bad breath, you are not the…

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Teeth Whitening: When it is contraindicated?

teeth whitening
May 7, 2014

You have tooth decay, one of the most common dental problems; it is one of the reasons, although not the only, for those who may be contraindicated to teeth whitening, safe and effective techniques that has evolved greatly in recent years and has become an alternative to achieve and maintain a beautiful smile. Caring for our oral health is essential, so we must pay special attention. Advances in dental care…

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Bruxism: Why grind your teeth at night?

bruxism
February 14, 2014

Bruxism is defined as teeth grinding during the hours of sleep, so involuntary. However, it should not be a problem to not pay attention, quite the opposite, as it can take even another set of problems for our health, both of the mouth in particular and our health in general. So, physicians and specialists remember that bruxism not only damages teeth, but can also cause pain in head, neck, face…

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Children’s Oral Health: Prevention Tips

child oral health
January 16, 2014

It is estimated, according to medical data, it is estimated that one of every three children under six years of age have or had cavities in the teeth. A fact confirms the importance of continuing a series of preventive measures from childhood. Measures not only hygienic, i.e., on proper cleaning of the teeth and mouth, also diet. Cavities, or the progressive destruction of the tooth, not related to age, can…

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Periodontal Disease

periodontal disease
December 18, 2013

What is periodontal disease or periodontitis? Bleeding and inflammation of the gums is a problem that can be serious. The processes that affect our mouths are many and varied, and these can affect other organs or systems of our body that apparently have nothing to do with them. One of the most topical for its incidence in the population in general, a process that affecting the gums and bone elements…

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