How to Eliminate Bad Breath Completely

Posted on: 1 February 2018

Bad breath is medically known as halitosis. While some people deal with the embarrassing problem for a short time, there are others who have serious bad breath which persists even after brushing, flossing and rinsing with mouthwash. The challenging thing about people who have bad breath is that not every person with bad breath knows that they do. If you suspect you might be having this problem, you can simply take the bad breath meter test which measures the amount of sulphides in your breath to establish how terrible your bad breath problem is.
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Oral Surgery Procedures Offered by Cosmetic Dentists

Posted on: 10 January 2018

In today's society, a lot of emphasis is placed on physical appearance. This has given rise to the increased popularity of cosmetic dentistry in recent years. A cosmetic dentist can carry out a range of procedures in the mouth, teeth and gums to correct dental imperfections and restore an attractive smile.  The procedures carried out by cosmetic dentists also correct dental issues that may lead to pain, discomfort and further damage to the mouth and gums.
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Smile Bright Like a Diamond: How to Achieve Whiter Teeth

Posted on: 18 December 2017

It's been calculated that people in the millennial generation will take around 25,000 photographs of themselves over a lifetime. With all these pictures floating around the web, and as people grow accustomed to the idea of being immortalised on film so much more often, it is only natural that standards people hold themselves to will change. One such example is the necessity to have a pearly-white smile. Taking great care of your teeth and having a strong oral hygiene routine in itself won't necessarily result in that bright white colour—so how exactly is this to be achieved?
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Children's Dentistry: 3 Common Problems Paediatric Dentists Handle Every Day

Posted on: 22 November 2017

Proper dental care is a practice that should be inculcated at an early age. Taking your child to see a paediatric dentist on a regular basis goes a long way in ensuring they maintain proper oral health, and it also helps them steer clear of dental problems, which may become more severe over time if left unattended.  Here's a rundown of some common issues that children's dentistry professionals deal with every day:
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