The Mighty Molars

Unless you close your eyes when you brush, you know that your mouth is made up of several types of teeth. Teeth are generally grouped into three categories: the incisor, used for biting into your food; the canine, which tear apart the fibers and meat of your food; and the molar, whose role is to grind READ MORE

Dental Pulp Diseases

Poor dental hygiene causes tooth decay and other oral conditions including dental pulp diseases. Poor maintenance of your mouth could leave your smile in danger of cavities and other plaque attacks. If you have an untreated cavity, the center of the tooth–or the pulp–could be damaged. These pulps house the sensitive nerves and blood vessels READ MORE

What Are All My Teeth For?

With so many teeth in our mouth it can be hard to keep track of what each individual tooth does. Our teeth don’t just contribute to our overall appearance.  It is important for our health and nutrition as well. The first stage of food absorption and processing happens inside the mouth. Our teeth are also READ MORE

The Types of Teeth: What are they and how do they function?

Our teeth don’t just contribute to our overall appearance.  It is important for our health and nutrition as well. The first stage of food absorption and processing happens inside the mouth. Our teeth are also responsible and have contributions in the way we speak. Notice how when people grow old and lose their teeth, their READ MORE

Toothbrush 101: How to Choose and use your brush

Toothbrush and how to brush your teeth maybe one of the most basic how to’s that you will ever read but do you know that most of us are not even doing it right? There’s a right way on how to choose toothbrush and the right way on how to use it too. We just READ MORE

Genes and Dental Health

One of the biggest factors that affect our physical and mental health is genetics. Other people can get away with getting professional cleaning once or twice a year and have no repercussions while other people have to get their teeth cleaned more frequently. Sometimes, even with great dental hygiene, some people still get cavities or READ MORE

Oral Health and Nutrition

We all know that a nutrient-filled, balanced diet is an important prerequisite of healthy living, but apart from that, this is also essential in keeping your teeth healthy and free from decay. Your teeth, gums and mouth aren’t just there to chew – remember that this is the first step in the digestion process to READ MORE

Is Your Smile Holding You Back?

The meaning of a smile is universal. When you smile at someone, you give off a positive vibe and automatically become more inviting. A smile can attract more than admiring looks. A smile tells people you’re an intelligent, outgoing person who is worth getting to know. However, when you are self conscious of your smile, READ MORE

Which Toothpaste Is Right For You?

These days, the options are endless when it comes to oral health care products. The advances we have made in oral health care are great, however, when looking for the right toothpaste, the options can be overwhelming. How do you know which whitening toothpaste is most effective? Should you buy a toothpaste for sensitive teeth READ MORE

Root Canals: Separating Fact from Fiction

Most people cringe when they hear the word “root canal”. There is a preconceived notion that root canals are one of the most painful procedures one can get. So, why are there so many misconceptions about this treatment? Due to the advancements in the dental industry, the root canal procedure is nothing like what it READ MORE