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Nervous patient and dentist
6Jul, 2018

Nervous patient and dentist

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People of all ages are affected by anxiety related to visiting a dentist. If you are nervous or afraid of the dentist, it is likely that you haven’t been to the dentist in a while and you may be worried that you will need a lot of treatment. Rest assured that you will always be in control and you will decide what you can cope with at any one time. Nervous patients no longer have to suffer through a nerve-wrecking dental appointment since IV Sedation was introduced. This type of […]
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space maintainer
13Jun, 2018

Space Maintainer

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A space maintainer is an appliance that is custom-made by a dentist or orthodontist in acrylic or metal material. Sometimes baby teeth are lost prematurely and the result is a poor formation of permanent teeth. Premature loss can happen if an accident like a fall, sports injury, tooth abscess, or infection occurs. Regardless of why a child has missing primary teeth, it’s important to consider space maintainers to ensure he or she develops permanent teeth in correct locations. If one primary tooth is missing for more than a short period, […]
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Deep Overbite
5Jun, 2018

Deep Overbite

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Deep overbite is when the upper front teeth almost completely overlap the lower front teeth. It has an impact on facial aesthetics, often the lower teeth line or lower dental arch has a ‘bell-shape’, where the lower front teeth rise up much higher than the back teeth and sometimes it is so pronounced that the top edges of the lower teeth bite into the gum tissue in the roof of the mouth. This can be a very serious issue and often leads to loss of the front teeth. There are […]
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We are Invisalign gold provider
28May, 2018

We are Invisalign gold provider

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 The Invisalign brace gently moves your teeth using a set of transparent plastic aligners. The brace is so slim that it is hard to spot unless up close and many patients also report that it is more comfortable to wear than conventional braces. For many patients, the thought of turning to traditional metal braces or any fixed braces simply doesn’t fit in with their lifestyle or career plans. Orthodontic treatment with Invisalign is often considered a substantially preferable option for some adults and image-conscious adolescents who want to straighten out […]
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Post extraction advices
22May, 2018

Post extraction advices

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If tooth has been broken or damaged by decay and your dentist cannot restore it, or if a tooth is very loose, the extraction will be required. Extraction is the most common procedure done in dentistry. Often, the patient will request information regarding the procedure itself in advance. After the extraction,  a list of post-operative instruction should be given verbally by the dentist or the assistant, the instructions are also given in writing.   Please after extraction avoid – Hot fluid and alcohol – Strenuous exercises – If bleeding does […]
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Pediatric preventative dentistry for children
8May, 2018

Pediatric preventative dentistry for children

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Pediatric dentistry has two main components: preventative care at the dental practice and preventative care at home. As infant and toddler tooth decay have become increasingly prevalent in recent years, a good dental oral care is essential to prevent that. Pediatric dentists are dedicated to the oral health of children from infancy through the teen years. They have the experience and qualifications to care for a child’s teeth, gums, and mouth throughout the various stages of childhood. The first baby teeth that come into the mouth are the two bottom […]
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Teeth jewellery
27Apr, 2018

Teeth Jewellery

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The world of fashion is ever changing, and this dynamic applies to dentistry. As dentistry and dental treatments have become necessary facet of a healthy life and therefore down the line fashion prospect of tooth jewellery are also getting fused into it. Aesthetics has become an important aspect of dentistry over the past few years and has led to the development of new materials and techniques. Tooth jewellery originated in America and its popularity is now spreading across other parts of the world. Tooth jewellery can be seen as another form […]
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stress and oral health
10Mar, 2018

Stress And Oral Health

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While stress is a normal part of life, excessive stress can lead to health problems and lifestyle behavioural changes. It can come from external sources, such as work, school, family and friends. Stress is the body’s reaction to external forces or events that cause physical, emotional or mental tension. When an individual feels stressed, adrenaline and stress hormones are released.  Stress can affect anyone, even children. Chronic stress causes the muscles in the body to be in a more or less constant state of guardedness. When muscles are taut and tense […]
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halitosis
2Mar, 2018

Halitosis

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Halitosis commonly referred to as bad breath. Human breath is composed of highly complex substances with numerous variable odors which can generate unpleasant situations like halitosis. Halitosis is a latin word which derived from halitus (breathed air) and the osis (pathologic alteration). This undesirable condition is a common complaint for both genders and for all age groups. It creates social and psychological disadvantages for individuals, and these situations affect individual’s relation with other people. Halitosis affects a person’s daily life negatively. There are few conditions which cause halitosis Poor Dental […]
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anterior crossbite
11Dec, 2017

Anterior Crossbite

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The crossbite is defined as an abnormal relation of one or more teeth of one arch to the opposing tooth or teeth of the other arch, caused by deviation of tooth position or “abnormal jaw position.” Anterior crossbite involve a palatal positioning of the maxillary anterior teeth relative to the mandibular anterior teeth. The effects on your health can be serious. It’s considered a malocclusion, referred to as a bad bite and should be corrected. When your bite is incorrect you’re more likely to suffer dental problems and other health and emotional issues. The effects […]
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