1. Tooth Replacement

    Tooth Replacement: Bridges, Dentures or Implants?

    Poor dental hygiene, injuries, and oral diseases can result in broken and missing teeth that need to be replaced. A clinical survey conducted in 2005 revealed that over one-third patients who came for dental services required restorative procedures. (more…)…Read More

  2. Smile Restoration

    Smile Restoration: When To Veneers And Crowns?

    When it comes to cosmetic dentistry, two of the most common procedures used are dental veneers and dental crowns. However, there remains to be some confusion among patients on when they need to opt for either of the two to enhance their smile. (more…)…Read More

  3. Importance of Dental Bonding Procedures

    Importance of Dental Bonding Procedures

    Imagine meeting up someone for coffee. It’s a beautiful day. The sun is shining in all its glory and you haven’t seen your friend in 2 years. You’re excited, wanting to catch up with them.  They look neat, clean and presentable. Their hair is perfect, their clothes are stylish and their shoes…Read More

  4. What To Expect During the Consultation

    When Should You Get A Root Canal?

    A recent study published by the American Dental Association shows that more than half of the population in the U.S. suffers from gum disease. Furthermore, another study shows that 35 million Americans do not have any teeth. In order to preserve their jawbone, prevent loss of teeth and gum disease,…Read More

  5. How Often Should You See A Dentist?

    How Often Should You See A Dentist?

    “XYZ recommends you visit a dentist every 6 months.” “You should change your toothbrush every 3 months.” “The best dentists recommend using ABC toothpaste!” How many times have you heard these statements made on TV? How many times have you seen advertisements telling you their product ha…Read More

  6. Differences between Gingivitis and Periodontal Disease

    Differences between Gingivitis and Periodontal Disease

    Did you know that more than 64.7 million—that’s 47.2%—of Americans have some form of periodontitis? But this has become a common problem in the U.S. with individuals aged 65 and older most likely to be diagnosed with some form of the gum disease. However, when it comes to the term “gum disea…Read More

  7. 4 Ways to Relieve TMJ Pain

    4 Ways to Relieve TMJ Pain

    Experience constant pressure around your jaw and ear when you eat or speak? You could be suffering from a Temporomandibular Joint and Muscle Disorder. Commonly known as TMJs, Temporomandibular Joint and Muscle Disorders can be caused by multiple reasons such as trauma to the jaw or joint, or due to …Read More

  8. Dental Implants: The Ultimate Solution for Teeth Loss

    Dental Implants: The Ultimate Solution for Teeth Loss

    Untreated dental cavities and periodontal diseases adversely affect the health of teeth, eventually leading to tooth loss. According to The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) at least 1 in every 4 American has untreated cavities. Research also indicates that nearly 50% of Americans ha…Read More