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What Are Teeth Made Of?
Categories: Dental Health
We all know the role our teeth play in our day-to-day life, but have you ever stopped to wonder what exactly makes up these small, but mighty structures in our mouths? From the protective enamel to the sensitive pulp, each component plays a key role in the health and functionality of our teeth – but. Continue reading >>
What to Eat After Wisdom Teeth Removal?
Categories: Dental Health
Getting your wisdom teeth removed isn’t exactly the most fun way to spend your afternoon, but for many, it’s a necessary step toward maintaining good oral health. That said, the days following the extraction can be uncomfortable and filled with uncertainty, especially when it comes to eating. Knowing what to eat after wisdom teeth removal. Continue reading >>
How to Stop Grinding Teeth?
Categories: Dental Health
Whether it’s due to stress, an abnormal bite, or anxiety, teeth grinding (bruxism) is a condition that silently affects many of us, often without our knowledge. This involuntary habit can lead to a variety of dental health issues, from worn tooth enamel to increased tooth sensitivity, and even alter the quality of our sleep. But. Continue reading >>
How to Get White Teeth Naturally?
Categories: Dental Health
If there’s one thing that can guarantee an overnight glow-up, it’s a pearly white smile. A bright, shining set of teeth not only boosts your confidence but also significantly improves your appearance, making you ready for any close-up. In today’s fast-paced world, where quick fixes and chemical solutions abound, finding natural ways to achieve this. Continue reading >>
Why Are My Teeth See Through? Reasons Behind Tooth Translucency
Categories: Dental Health
Have you ever noticed your teeth appearing slightly see-through, especially at the edges? This phenomenon, known as tooth translucency, can be quite alarming – so we’re here to offer a bit of reassurance! While teeth are supposed to be opaque, noticing that they start to look transparent is usually a sign that something might not. Continue reading >>
Can Dentists Tell You Vape? Dental Signs Revealed
Categories: Dental Health
With the rise in popularity of vaping, it’s important to understand how this habit can impact your oral health – but can dentists tell you vape when you go for your routine checkup? In the following blog, we’re going to take a look at the effects of vaping on oral health, the dental signs that. Continue reading >>
How Often to Visit Dentist: Importance of Regular Check-ups
Categories: Dental Health
We all know important it is to stay on top of our oral health – but how often should you actually visit the dentist? While the recommended frequency for dental visits used to be once every 6 months in the UK, there are a number of personal factors at play that can influence this figure.. Continue reading >>
Spitting Blood When Brushing Your Teeth? Read This
Categories: Dental Health
There’s no question about it – there’s something deeply unsettling about spitting your toothpaste into the sink and seeing tinges of red in there. But is spitting blood after brushing always something to worry about? While seeing red in the sink can indicate underlying dental and health issues, it’s not always a cause for panic.. Continue reading >>
Stages of a Loose Tooth in Adults
Categories: Dental Health
Discovering a loose tooth as an adult can be an unsettling experience; unlike children – for whom loose teeth are a normal part of development – tooth loss as an adult can mean serious oral health issues – and there’s no tooth fairy coming to leave us a quid or two under the pillow! That. Continue reading >>
Why Are My Teeth Yellow When I Brush Them Everyday [Answered]
Categories: Dental Health
Having a bright, white smile is a common aspiration for most of us, but why does it seem so unachievable even with consistent brushing? The truth is that there are several factors – both natural and external – that can contribute to the yellowing of teeth, even if you’re rigid and dedicated to your brushing. Continue reading >>
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