Mom was right when she nagged you about having to brush your teeth regularly. After all, it’s fundamental for our overall oral health and disease prevention. Most dentists recommend brushing teeth at least twice a day for optimal results. The reason why we should spend time brushing our teeth after every meal is that it […]Continue reading..
Did you know that tooth enamel is the hardest human tissue? But interestingly enough, it has no living cells, which means it cannot repair itself if we break it. Well, not without expert dental help, that is. The process of enamel mineralization starts at a very tender age (around 11th week to be exact). It […]Continue reading..
“Brush your teeth at least twice a day and make sure to clean between your teeth as well.” We’ve all probably heard this sentence way too many times in our lives, it’s beyond counting. Goes to show, oral hygiene is constant work. Yet maintaining oral health doesn’t have to be a daunting experience. Indeed, food […]Continue reading..
Whenever people think about dental care, the first thing that pops to mind is preventing cavities in your teeth. Yet gum health is equally crucial. In fact, things can go south without proper treatments. Think gummy smile, uneven gums, bleeding, gum disease, even tooth loss. But our goal is not to scare you. Enter gum […]Continue reading..
What are Mouth Ulcers? Mouth ulcers – also called canker sores, are little, unpleasant wounds that form in your mouth or at the bottom of your gums. They can make drinking, eating, and talking uncomfortable and painful. Mouth ulcers aren’t infectious and usually disappear within one to two weeks. Nevertheless, if you get a canker […]Continue reading..