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Blog, Dental Care   •   October 27, 2020

What do the Dentists Think of the New Normal?

Except for the emergency proceedings, dental practices across the country have been closed for business ever since the COVID-19 pandemic started to take hold in the United States of America. Michael Ryan, the WHO Emergencies doctor, warned that the “new Coronavirus may never go away, and the populations have to learn to live with it”. […]

Invisalign   •   September 22, 2020

Things To Know About Invisalign Treatment

Invisalign aligners are clear braces made from Invisalign’s plastic blend in the company’s manufacturing plants. The plastic aligners are personalized for an individual’s mouth molds, to pressure his/her teeth to move them into a better position gradually. There is growing popularity of Invisalign treatment for straighter teeth and a perfect smile among people as these […]

Emergency Dentistry   •   August 14, 2020

3 Common Dental Emergencies That Should Not Be Ignored

Dental emergenciesare more common than you think. Sadly,none of us can entirely avoid or controlsuch emergencies. Thus, the best way to deal with a dental emergency is to through early intervention, which not only solves the problem but also relieves the individual from any discomfort that he or she is feeling. The first step of […]

Blog   •   June 18, 2020

5 Reasons To Choose Dental Implants To Replace Your Missing Teeth

Earlier, getting a dental bridge or dentures were the only options available for dealing with missing teeth. There are more alternatives to choose from these days, one of which is dental implants. If you have missing teeth and you’re not sure which procedure is right for you, here are some of the reasons why more […]

Blog   •   May 15, 2020

A Guide to Periodontal Disease and Its Prevention

Gum disease or periodontal diseases refers to an infection of the gums. Periodontal disease is a progressive condition that can rapidly destroy the soft gum tissues around the teeth. Poor oral hygiene is the leading cause of gum disease or periodontal diseases. The early stage or the onset of the disease is known as gingivitis. […]