How Your Cosmetic Dentist Can Use the Latest Technology to Plan Work with Even More Precision

Posted on: 16 May 2017

Dentists today are able to perform some amazing work when it comes to restoration. They're able to remove the effects of many years of neglect and transform the appearance of many patients using the latest techniques and technology. If you're considering some significant cosmetic work to help you restore your appearance, you may be interested to hear how cone beam technology can play a significant part. How can this make your experience better?
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4 Problems That Can Occur as a Result of Brushing Your Teeth Too Hard

Posted on: 15 May 2017

Far too many people think that using plenty of elbow grease while brushing their teeth is the best way to rid their mouth of as much plaque and bacteria as possible. However, that plaque and bacteria can be brushed away without very much force at all, and bearing down too hard while you brush can actually do more harm than good. Here are just four problems that can occur as a result of brushing too hard.
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Halitosis: Common Culprits in Your Diet

Posted on: 15 May 2017

Bad breath is one of the oral problems that most people will be horrified to develop. Although in some instances bad breath will come about as a symptom of an underlying ailment, more often than not it is usually caused by certain foods in your diet. Several organic components in your food would make you susceptible to bad breath such as protein, volatile sulphuric compounds, and acid. VSCs tend to readily convert into gas, thus causing immediate bad breath with you eat some foods.
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These two mistakes can lead to tooth loss

Posted on: 10 May 2017

Losing one or more of your teeth can be a distressing experience. It can affect your bite alignment, your speech and your ability to chew and fully digest your food. As such, it's important to be aware of the things that could increase your chances of developing this dental health issue. Here are two mistakes which can lead to tooth loss. Failing to go for regular check-ups Many people don't bother going for their annual dental check-ups, and instead only visit their dentist once every few years.
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