What to consider when selecting over-the-counter teeth whitening products

Posted on: 30 August 2018

Teeth whitening products for home use come in many different types. Some are whitening strips that you place on your teeth for a few hours a day, while others come in the form of a mouthwash that you use after brushing your teeth. If you're looking to achieve a brighter smile, over-the-counter (OTC) teeth whitening products are useful. However, the wide variety of these products can be overwhelming if you're just getting started.
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Children's Dental Health: Three Crucial Tips for Using Space Maintainers

Posted on: 1 August 2018

If your child loses their primary teeth prematurely and the gap is neglected, malocclusion might occur. In general, the malocclusion will occur because the teeth surrounding the gap will shift to the empty space. When the permanent tooth erupts, there will be limited space for growth. As a result, the secondary teeth will be crooked, necessitating extensive dental treatment. Fortunately, malocclusion and subsequent dental problems can be avoided by obtaining space maintainers from a children's orthodontist.
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Reasons to Get Your Wisdom Teeth Removed Before They Cause Trouble

Posted on: 13 July 2018

Whether your wisdom teeth have emerged from your gums seemingly fine and in good health or you're procrastinating a visit to the dentist even though they're completely impacted, it's usually a good idea to get them removed. It isn't without reason that many people are now not even developing wisdom teeth; you could say that the force of evolution is trying to say something! So, apart from a painful toothache for example, what are some less-obvious reasons that you should get one, some, or all of your wisdom teeth removed?
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Is Your Dry Mouth a Threat to Your Dental Health?

Posted on: 21 May 2018

Have you noticed that your mouth is constantly dry? It is quite common to experience that parched sensation now and then, but if you are suffering persistently, and speaking and swallowing is uncomfortable, it's certainly time for investigation. Maintaining your oral health is paramount. This easy guide will help you discover what is causing the condition and how you can find relief. Understand the Causes of Dry Mouth Xerostomia or dry mouth is caused by a decrease in the amount of saliva produced by the body.
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