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What a good smile will get you
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From the moment we are born, we are immediately attuned to the human smile. As babies, we instinctively recognise and mimic the smiles of our parents and siblings and adopt it as one of our first facial expressions. The human…
Are you falling victim to illegal teeth whitening?
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Ask-A-Dentist: Should I Consider Teeth Whitening?
December 5, 2013
Having a dazzling Hollywood smile is one of those things in life that isn't completely necessary in regard to your health, but is very nice to have and has perks that aren't immediately visible, like a boost in confidence and,…
What is Cosmetic Dentistry?
November 27, 2013
Image via Shutterstock. These days, ‘cosmetic dentistry' is a blanket term for a range of dental procedures that improve the appearance of your teeth. Whether they're stained, dark, chipped, crooked or missing altogether, dentists specialising in cosmetic dentistry can repair…
Teeth Whitening Toothpaste: Does it really work?
November 25, 2013
Image via Shutterstock. When it comes to basic dental hygiene, leading brands have given you a multitude of options that not only brush your teeth, but promise many other things – “advanced formulas”, “multi-action” pastes, “extreme clean” products, “micro-cleaning crystals”…
Based on your answers you may need our help to prevent further long term complications.
Based on your answers you are not at risk at this time. However, regular check ups and treatment are still recommended.
5 questions to ask yourself:
Do you have
1. A family history of tooth loss or gum disease?
2. Gums that bleed when brushing or eating?
3. Food trapping between your teeth?
4. Teeth that appear longer than they used to?
5. Black triangles between your teeth?
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