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Snoring in children

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Should I be concerned if I notice that my child snores? Although snoring in children can be cute sometimes, snoring can also indicate underlying airway obstruction and the earlier it is picked up the better it is for the child. For young children, enlarged tonsils and adenoids can cause obstruction... Continue reading

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Some Benefits of Flossing Your Teeth

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‘Have you been flossing regularly?’ is often a question that we are all greeted with as we step foot into a dental appointment. For a lot of us, the answer is ‘sometimes’ when what we really mean to say is no. If you aren’t already, here are some reasons you should co... Continue reading

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Baby Teeth – Tips on Baby Tooth Care

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Because baby teeth fall out after a few years, parents sometimes aren’t aware of the importance of keeping them healthy. It is important to take care of baby teeth to ensure healthy gums and future permanent teeth. If a baby tooth is affected by trauma, decay or an abscess it can cause damag... Continue reading

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Effect of Alcohol on Dental Health

We all love having a little drink every now and then. However, we often forget to think about the repercussions of alcohol on our health – specifically, our teeth. Alcohol can affect your teeth in different ways. First, up is staining – the colour in drinks comes from chromogens which... Continue reading

Tags:  Preventive Dentistry

The Low Down on Teeth Whitening

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What’s the lowdown on over the counter products versus professional whitening systems? There are several ways to help whiten and brighten your teeth; however some ways are more effective and safer than others. Before whitening your teeth, it is important to have a dentist assess your suit... Continue reading

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Does a Root Canal Therapy Hurt?

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Although it may sound like a scary procedure, the root canal is actually a safe and effective treatment that dentists routinely perform. It has been unfairly portrayed as a painful procedure when in reality, it helps to relief the pain experienced when your tooth hurts from deep infection. Emplo... Continue reading

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Do Baby Teeth Need Fillings and Why?

Why Do Children Need Fillings? One of the common misconceptions about baby teeth is that if you find cavities in them, fillings are not required because the teeth are not permanent. That cannot be further from the truth. If the cavity is not restored with a filling and left to progress without ... READ MORE

Tags:  Health and Hygiene,  Baby Teeth and Gums

What To Expect After Professional Teeth Cleaning

In our previous blog article, (I have gum disease - what does that mean?), we outlined the two categories into which we put gum disease – gingivitis and periodontitis. Depending on the type of gum disease you may experience different symptoms following your professional cleaning, including s... Continue reading

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What Is The Treatment For Gum Disease?

In our previous Blog Article, ("I have gum disease. What does that mean?"), we outlined the two categories into which we put gum disease – gingivitis and periodontitis. Gingivitis: What Is It? One of the characteristics of gingivitis is reversible damage. At this stage a professional cleanin... Continue reading

Tags:  Periodontal Disease,  Teeth Decay

I Have Gum Disease - What Does That Mean?

So you’ve been told you have gum disease but you’re not really sure what that means. Gum disease can be broken down into two categories - gingivitis and periodontitis. Gingivitis This is the first stage of gum disease. It is the inflammation of the gums due to accumulation of bacterial... Continue reading

Tags:  Health and Hygiene,  Periodontal Disease,  Teeth Decay

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