Should You Use Whitening Toothpaste on Composite Veneers?

Posted on: 27 September 2018

If you've had veneers on your teeth for a few years, then they may have started to look less white than they did originally. This can be a particular problem with composite veneers that can stain after a while. If your teeth are a little less bright now, then you may be looking for ways to make them whiter again. Can you use a whitening toothpaste to restore your veneers to their original glory?
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Tongue Techniques: When Was The Last Time You Cleaned Yours?

Posted on: 30 August 2018

Every child is taught how to brush their teeth at a young age, but another oral technique which reduces bad breath while increasing taste sensation is not as actively encouraged. This technique involves a daily cleaning of your tongue. As someone who has heard of this technique, but who have not yet tried it, you're wondering what the fuss is all about. After all, you already have limited time to get ready in the morning, so is this something you really need to try and cram into your day?
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Choosing the perfect orthodontist for your child

Posted on: 27 July 2018

Every parent wants the very best for their child. If you've been advised that your child needs to see an orthodontist, you'll want to find a professional who understands teeth and children. So how do you choose the perfect orthodontist for your child? Read on to find out. Why does your child need to see an orthodontist? Children are referred to orthodontists for several reasons related to their developing teeth and jaws.
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Understanding Orthodontic Treatment

Posted on: 11 July 2018

If you have problems with the positioning of your jaws or teeth, then you need to visit an orthodontist. Orthodontics, also known as dentofacial orthopedics, is a branch of dentistry that is concerned with the diagnosis, prevention and correction of improperly positioned jaws and teeth. People with improperly positioned teeth or jaws are at risk of tooth decay and periodontal disease since their teeth are difficult to clean. The main work of the orthodontist revolves around correcting malocclusion
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