February 26, 2020
  • 3:22 pm Tips for clean bright teeth
  • 5:53 pm Dental Radiography
  • 5:02 pm 2020 DENTAL CARE
  • 12:37 pm Crown vs Veneers vs Lumineers
  • 3:46 pm Do’s and Don’ts at the dentist.
  • 3:22 pm Dental Anesthesia

Fun Facts About Your Oral Health!    Share the post “Fun Dental Facts (Part 1)” FacebookGoogle+PinterestLinkedInE-mail

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Oral halitosis. What is it?  The Halitosis, also known as bad breath, is defined as the set of unpleasant odors from the mouth. This is a problem that affects 1 in 2 and can have adverse effects on relationships, emotional and social as well as professional. Share the post “Halitosis” FacebookGoogle+PinterestLinkedInE-mail

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TMJ stands for TemporoMandibularJoint. The joint occurs between the mandible and the temporal bone that is between the lower jaw and the bone at the temple near the eyes. The joint itself can show pain/dysfunction and internal displacement of the disc. Share the post “What is TMJ , Symptoms & Relief” FacebookGoogle+PinterestLinkedInE-mail

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Tonight I will talk about the indications for tooth extraction. Paying a visit to your dentist does not necessarily mean that the tooth should be extracted. Extraction is one of the last resort when restoration cannot be done also for the following reasons. Share the post “Should I get the tooth extracted?” FacebookGoogle+PinterestLinkedInE-mail

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What causes sensitive teeth, and how can I treat my sensitive teeth? When you have sensitive teeth, activities such as brushing, flossing, eating and drinking can cause sharp, unbearable temporary pain in your teeth. Share the post “Tooth sensitivity” FacebookGoogle+PinterestLinkedInE-mail

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Oh My God!My apologies for the lateness!! This weekend has been hectic with plenty ceremonies I had to attend :P! Nevertheless I have not forgotten about you all! Today’s topic will be about Dental Prosthetics! Share the post “Dental Prosthesis” FacebookGoogle+PinterestLinkedInE-mail

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The longevity of a dental filling depends on many factors. 1. the size of the cavity 2. the dental filling material 3. the technique 4. oral hygiene 5. force exerted Share the post “How long does a dental filling last?” FacebookGoogle+PinterestLinkedInE-mail

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It’s the festive season packed with weddings , engagements , graduation ceremonies, religious gatherings and so on . Dental offices are booked for dental cleanings and whitening for these special occasions. I have been asked time and again these two valuable questions : How to avoid staining the teeth? What can we do at home […]

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Why do gums bleed? Let’s be honest, bleeding is not pleasant. If we find blood oozing from our gums , definitely something is going on. The bleeding is usually noticed during, or following, toothbrushing or eating. When bleeding occurs spontaneously , the patient , may complain of tasting blood on awakening in the morning. Share […]

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Tooth and Tips

Hello World! Warm welcome to Toothandtips.com a dental blog specially made for you by me 🙂 . A lot of friends, relatives and patients have been asking me interesting questions and I realized that it would be interesting to write them down and share them with you all. Through knowledge and understanding, dental visits at […]

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