Tooth extraction – What to eat and what not to eat

You may think that tooth extraction is a simple and short process. Well, technically speaking it is. The actual process of tooth extraction doesn’t take as long as the aftercare. Tooth extraction involves a long chain of events in which you have to take care of the extraction site for a couple of weeks. Over…

How often should we brush our teeth

How often should we brush our teeth

The foundation of good oral hygiene is brushing your teeth properly and regularly. If you stick to a good daily routine of brushing and flossing, you will have a bright smile for longer, you’ll have less problems with cavities and won’t have to visit your dentist so often. How many times a day should we…

Swollen gums – Cause and treatment

Swollen gums – Cause and treatment

Painful gums are not only uncomfortable but can also give you reasons to worry. But, read and tender gums don’t always mean that you’re having dental problems as this is quite common. Gum inflammation can be caused by many things. Sometimes, even switching to a new toothpaste. We’ll discuss the possible causes of gum inflammation…

Brushing your teeth but still getting cavities

Brushing your teeth but still getting cavities

During the pandemic, we’ve been trying to treat our bodies better, form better and healthier habits and protect ourselves. Most of us worked from home during the lockdown and decided to exercise at home, try and eat healthier etc. But despite the new positive and healthier routines, many people still ask why they keep getting…

Common causes and solutions for sensitive teeth

Common causes and solutions for sensitive teeth

Having sensitive teeth can be a real nuisance and it can make eating and drinking difficult. The pain that we feel because of sensitive teeth is mostly sharp, sudden and temporary. We experience this pain whenever our teeth are being exposed to too hot or too cold food or beverages, sweet or acidic foods. If…

Is diet more important than brushing for dental health

Is diet more important than brushing for dental health?

We often say that there are 4 keys to good dental health: brush, floss, mouthwash and regular dentist visits. So if you want to have healthier and cavity-free teeth, just follow these four steps. Today’s dentistry has found pretty impressive ways on how to eliminate the No. 1 cause of dental problems – cavity. But…

Avoid braces with breastfeeding

Childhood is one of the most important part in your life and the development of your entire body can be influenced during this time. This also includes the development of your teeth. According to some statistics more than 25% children will require braces or other form of orthodontic treatment during childhood. The need for some…