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blog   •   July 8, 2020

Restore Your Smile With The Best Quality Dental Bridges

Dental bridges can be recommended for you when you are missing one or more teeth. They are used to fill in the space missing from the teeth. The dentist cements the bridges across the empty space to the natural teeth. The teeth on either side of the gap are called abutments, which are used to […]

blog   •   January 14, 2020

Benefits of Invisalign®

Invisalign® is a type of clear aligner- a device used in orthodontics that is transparent, unlike traditional orthodontic braces. Invisalign® has been around in the market for quite some time now, and patients have spoken greatly about the benefits that come along with this treatment. The following are the most common benefits of Invisalign®: 1. […]

blog   •   December 10, 2019

The Causes And Symptoms of Oral Cancer

The root cause of any form of cancer lies in malfunctioning DNA in cells. DNA is responsible for instructing the functionality of a cell. When this malfunction, cells grow and divide abnormally, forming lumps or tumors. Although scientists are still not sure how DNA malfunctions, there have been certain identified risk factors that lead to […]

blog   •   November 24, 2019

How Teeth Are Extracted At Professional Dental Clinic

Those teeth that have cavities, decay, infections or even broken or chipped teeth have to be extracted to preserve your oral health and aesthetics. Does the thought of tooth extraction frighten you? Well, knowing how a tooth is extracted at the dentist would surely ease your own tooth extraction experience. You’ll get an anesthetic injection […]

blog   •   October 8, 2019

An Overview on Pulpitis

The innermost layer of the tooth, beneath the enamel and the dentin, is called the pulp. Pulpitis is the bacterial infection of the pulp. This usually occurs when a bacterial infection in the mouth has been left untreated for a long time. The bacteria slowly penetrates the tooth gradually, eventually getting into the pulp. Some […]