1. Why Is There A Bump On The Roof Of My Mouth?

    October 12, 2018 by 21-admin
    teeth, health,smile, dentist, oralhealth, dentalhealth

    Did you just notice a bump on the roof of the mouth while brushing your teeth? Here are some of the most common things that can cause this typically minor issue. Key causes: – Canker sores or cold sores, some of which may require medication. – Yeast infections, which need to be treated by a …read the full article…


  2. Why Are My Teeth Turning Yellow?

    October 9, 2018 by 21-admin
    teeth, health, smile, dentist,dentalhealth, oralhealth

    There are a variety of reasons why your teeth may start to take a yellowish colour. Main takeaways: – Use of antibiotics while teeth formed and genetics can affect tooth colour. – Staining from foods like tea, wine and coffee can occur. – Inadequate cleaning can allow plaque, bacteria and stains to build up. Talk …read the full article…


  3. When To Seek Medical Advice for a Teething Infant?

    October 6, 2018 by 21-admin
    teeth, health,smile, dentist, oralhealth, dentalhealth

    In the past, it was thought that teething and vomiting were related. Modern research has confirmed that this is not generally the case. While new teeth will cause a certain amount of discomfort, it is still wise to consult with a dentist or physician if the vomiting persists. – Call a doctor if a fever …read the full article…


  4. Do I Have A Misaligned Bite?

    October 2, 2018 by 21-admin
    teeth, health, smile, dentist,dentalhealth, oralhealth

    Some people don’t realise they have a misaligned bite and others don’t realise it can be treated. Here’s all you need to know: – Teeth that do not line up proper or an uncomfortable smile are signs of a misaligned bite. – An improper bite can cause jaw pain, increase the chances of tooth grinding …read the full article…


  5. Causes and Treatment of a Receding Gumline

    September 28, 2018 by 21-admin
    teeth, health,smile, dentist, oralhealth, dentalhealth

    A receding gumline, with the gum tissue moving back from the teeth, can lead to pain and tooth sensitivity. Tooth loss can also occur when gums start to recede. Key takeaways: – Take care when brushing and flossing, as being overly aggressive can cause receding gums. – Gum disease due to bacteria is another cause …read the full article…


  6. Improve Your Smile With Dental Veneers

    September 25, 2018 by 21-admin
    teeth, health,smile, dentist, oralhealth, dentalhealth

    Veneers are wafer-thin “sleeves” of porcelain that are affixed to the fronts of teeth. There are many reasons why a dentist might recommend veneers. These are often used when teeth are stained, chipped, uneven, or if you have a small gap. Why are veneers a good option? – Veneers will successfully mask aesthetic issues, giving …read the full article…


  7. How Communication with Your Dentist Can Ease Phobias

    September 21, 2018 by 21-admin
    teeth, health,smile, dentist, oralhealth, dentalhealth

    Avoiding the dentist due to a phobia will inevitably place your teeth and gums at risk. If you fear the dentist, take comfort in knowing there are ways to cope. – First, find a gentle dentist who is experienced in helping patients with anxiety and fear. Talk about your fears. – Ask if you can …read the full article…


  8. How To Keep Your Toothbrush in Pristine Condition

    September 18, 2018 by 21-admin
    teeth, health,smile, dentist, oralhealth, dentalhealth

    Keeping your toothbrush in good condition is as important for your oral hygiene as your regular tooth-brushing routine. Keep your dentist happy by: – Rinsing your toothbrush with water after use can remove food particles and plaque that harbour bacteria. – Always store your toothbrush upright somewhere it can air dry to prevent bacteria multiplying. …read the full article…


  9. Reduce Swelling After a Wisdom Tooth Extraction

    September 12, 2018 by 21-admin
    teeth, health,smile, dentist, oralhealth, dentalhealth

    Extraction of wisdom teeth is a common procedure but is followed by facial swelling: – You can reduce swelling by keeping your head elevated, swilling with a saltwater rinse thrice daily and applying hot or cold compresses. – Chamomile tea can also help reduce swelling, particularly if you cool a brewed teabag and chew down …read the full article…


  10. My Baby Has Chipped a Tooth – What Should I Do?

    September 4, 2018 by 21-admin
    teeth, health,smile, dentist, oralhealth, dentalhealth

    First of all, don’t panic, babies and toddlers chip their teeth all the time. Here’s what you should do: – Make an appointment to see a dentist as soon as possible; bacteria can enter the tooth’s root causing an infection. – If the chipped fragment is salvageable, you should keep it in milk until you …read the full article…





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