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‘Its just 1 tooth’ ‘the space is not giving me any problems’ ‘il eat on the other side’ ‘why should I replace it and waste money?’ Hear yourself say these words? Mostly people avoid getting teeth replaced, and if they do it’s only for cosmetic purpose or to enable them to chew properly. However there are far more unpleasant consequences that can arise from not getting your missing teeth replaced.
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Bad taste ruining your day? Bad breath turning people off???? Called HALITOSIS, there are many reasons for it, most common being BACTERIA in the mouth due to poor dental or oral hygiene. Other factors include alcohol, foods like garlic/onion, hunger, thirst, tobacco, braces, dentures, etc. Mouthwashes/Mouthrinses freshen your breath temporarily and are available in many fresh flavours. They aid in killing bacteria, plaque build-up on gums and in-between teeth, rinse out loose food particles and can help reduce cavities and gum infections.
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Whitish/ yellowish layer on your tongue? Not able to figure out what colour is ideal? Often forgotten the tongue plays an important role in determining your overall health. It is the strongest muscle in the body and like your fingerprints unique to each. Visit us for a complete oral examination and get your queries answered.
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Yellow teeth? Skeptical to put up a #nofilter smiling selfie? Afraid of having devilish white teeth like Ross-from-friends? So did this patient..Bleaching was done resulting in 2 shades lighter teeth motivating the patient to give a flawless liberating smile!! The world looks brighter from behind a smile!! 😊 Visit us to clear all your doubts on teeth whitening/bleaching.
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DECAY DILEMMA: PIT AND FISSURE SEALANTS: Children with molar teeth covered by a sealant are less likely to develop decay than children without. Sealants are coatings applied on molar teeth grooves that prevent bacterial growth. 1st molars erupt at the age of around 6 years and 2nd molars around 12 years of age. Therefore children between ages of 5-14years are best benefitted from sealants. NOTE: Sealants may also be appropriate for baby teeth when they have deep depressions and grooves. Hence a check up every 6months is ideal. Visit us for a detailed consultation of your child along with your queries.