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For athletes and fitness enthusiasts, working out is a lifestyle. That is why it can be difficult for them to cope with the after-effects of a dental procedure. No matter how invasive the surgery may be, most treatments require rest and healing before being able to partake in strenuous physical activities. But how long should […]
You’ve probably heard of dental veneers — the magical treatment that fixes up your teeth unlike anything else. Be it stains, gaps, or crookedness of the teeth, veneers can cover anything and everything up. The only thing it cannot do, unfortunately, is fill the space of a lost tooth. But does that mean you can […]
Getting a dental filling should ease all your tooth troubles and replace the toothache with a soothing feeling. However, that is not always the case. Sometimes, rather than relief, people find themselves face-to-face with intense jaw pain after filling. This may seem like a cause for concern, but surprisingly, it’s a pretty normal side effect […]
Having a good oral hygiene routine is necessary to keep your teeth and gums healthy. But sometimes, no matter how well you care for your oral health, you cannot protect your teeth from getting chipped. Be it an injury, a fall, or biting into something too hard, chipping a tooth is a common occurrence. However, […]
Maintaining a good oral hygiene routine is crucial. Brushing your teeth two times a day and flossing at least once is what keeps your teeth and gums in prime condition. But sometimes, no matter how hard you take care of your teeth, there are bound to be tiny spots here and there. This is normal […]
One of the most common problems people have with their braces is how their gums swell up after the procedure. Usually, it’s painless, but sometimes, the swelling can be incredibly uncomfortable and make it difficult to get through your day-to-day activities. The question, though, is what causes your gums to get swollen, especially with braces? […]
Who doesn’t wish their smile was picture-perfect? Just like the numerous beauty standards of today’s time, having straight, white teeth is a distinguishable marker. It makes you look more appealing and put-together. That is why most celebrities get their teeth altered — and so does everyone else! Veneers are a great way to enhance the […]
Stripping Away the Confusion: Should You Brush Your Teeth Before or After Applying Whitening Strips?
We have all been there, trying to tackle the rules of at-home whitening strips. You might have bought the boxed version from the nearest drugstore, thinking you can enhance your smile in no time. However, figuring out the dos and don’ts of teeth whitening strips can sometimes be incredibly difficult. For instance, do you brush […]
Picture this: you wake up after a long, relaxing sleep and head over to brush your teeth. But mid-way through your oral care routine, you notice a weird bump inside your mouth. Cautiously, you run your tongue over the area and feel a soft, squishy bubble that is definitely not supposed to be there. Instantly, […]
Thanks to modern dentistry, there are numerous options available for replacing missing teeth. Based on the severity of the condition and the number of affected teeth, you can now easily renew your smile! One of the most common restorative methods these days is a partial denture. Since full dentures are used for major teeth replacement, […]