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12 Dental Tips of Christmas

Christmas and any holiday season can be rough on your health, especially your teeth and gums because of the amount of food and drinks we consume. For the whole year

Do kids need to floss?

Flossing is an important part of your dental care routine because it removes food particles from between your teeth. When these particles are not removed, they cause plaque and bacteria

Do you really need that expensive toothbrush?

These days everything is connected to smart technology. Be it your smartphone, smart watch, smart TV, or smart speakers. Most of us use smart technology every day without realising how

Is social media ruining your teeth?

There has been a recent trend on TikTok, where young people show a before-picture with all their teeth filed and then an after-picture with beautiful even teeth, referring them as

How Face Masks can affect Oral Health

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic and regular lockdowns, wearing masks is the new normal. However, a not so pleasant aspect of wearing a mask is you cannot help smelling your

How straight are your teeth?

How straight are your teeth? Many of us have experienced the impact of crooked teeth in our daily lives when it comes to our appearance, smile, maintenance, and self-confidence. Crooked

9 things you should not do with your teeth

Your teeth are strong and incredibly important to a normal, healthy lifestyle. If you take care of them properly, they can last your whole life. They are also amazing, used

Celebrities with veneers – Part 1

You might have heard the term “Hollywood smile” mentioned by Instagram influencers or even your local cosmetic dentist. Hollywood smile is associated with celebrities who flash those perfect pearly whites

Designer toothpaste anyone?

Brushing and flossing your teeth are probably two chores you wish you could get away without a second thought. Let’s face it, brushing is as glamorous as washing dishes. The

Benefits of Dental Veneers

Do you feel self-conscious when smiling? Do you avoid showing your teeth in pictures or in social occasions? Do you have chipped, stained, or unevenly spaced teeth? If so, dental