As babies grow up, their baby teeth, also known as ‘milk teeth,’ fall out. Overtime, their baby teeth start to fall out and their permanent teeth, also seen as ‘adult teeth,’ begin to grow in
Do you floss on a daily basis? If you tend to find flossing difficult and avoid doing it, read the details to know some alternatives that will help to remove those stubborn bacterias.
Did you know that considerations when aiming for strong and healthy teeth include the elements of vitamins and minerals? Read the details to know which are essential for your dental health.
If you have a missing tooth, and would like to have it replaced. Here are few options that you got to replace your missing teeth
Want to make sure your bright smile lasts long after a teeth whitening? Read these major tips provided by our general dentist Dr. Layal!
When brushing, it should be done gently in a circular motion, for 2 minutes.
Most children need adult supervision for flossing or brushing their teeth
There are several key factors that contribute to a beautiful smile, but many would agree that tooth color is one of the most important
Roots shortening known as root resorption (RR) is a common “side effect” of orthodontic treatment with fixed appliances.
Tooth grinding is a condition that is increasingly being reported by the dental community
You may have seen a brown spot on your tooth, experienced extreme tooth sensitivity or have heard your dentist say that you have a cavity
Dental implants, are the closest prosthetic replacement we have for natural teeth
To ensure your child’s teeth stay healthy and they follow a good dental routine, continue reading the tips below
Congratulations on your new smile with porcelain veneers! To keep them in good condition long-term, it is very important to maintain good oral hygiene and diet without harming the veneers.
Dentophobia: Are you afraid of going to the dentist?
Flossing gives the ability to remove plaque that is left in between the teeth.
September is International Dental Implant awareness month!
Dry mouth (also known as xerostomia) is a condition that prevents or slows the production of saliva
A global pandemic has appeared in our world and affected us all in different ways, and to varying extent
Cleft lip and/or palate is one of the most common congenital conditions affecting the craniofacial structures.
Retention is a term used by dentists and is defined as “the holding of teeth following orthodontic treatment
The cortical shell technique is an advanced surgical procedure for the reconstruction of horizontal and vertical bone defects
Here I will try to summarise the main things to look out for this summer in order to remain healthy and safe.
Are you looking for that change to have a perfect smile? Veneer may be an option for you!
Improve your oral hygiene routine with these 8 tips by our dental hygienist Jenna, which she loves sharing with her family and friends.
Everyone loves to pass by an ice cream shop and most of us look forward to the cold refreshment after a long walk in the heat.
It is very common for the majority of us to consume increased amounts of sweet food during Ramadan and Eid.
Face masks, if used appropriately, can help us block the transmission of droplet infections and limit the spread of COVID-19.
Some babies may decide to stay out of the box and shock the parents on the first day itself by showing up with a tiny baby tooth on his/her little pinkish gum
Pulpectomy is the removal of the infected or inflamed dental pulp from the pulp cavity in order to save the tooth.
Anything we put into our mouth affects our oral as well as overall health