Why Gummy Candies Are So Bad For Your Teeth

9 June 2022
 Categories: Dentist, Blog

Children and adults alike enjoy snacking on gummy candies. They are easy to chew and full of flavour. Unfortunately, gummy candies are also your teeth's worst enemy. If you often snack on gummy candies, be aware that gummy candies can increase your risk of tooth decay. Gummy candies are one of the worst sweet treats when it comes to tooth decay. When you chew gummy candies, you set off a chain of reactions that turn your mouth into the perfect environment for harmful strains of oral bacteria like streptococcus mutans. Read More 

Tooth Extraction Post-Op Care Tips

22 April 2022
 Categories: Dentist, Blog

Tooth extraction is one of the dental procedures for treating cavities or severe tooth decay. As the name implies, it entails removing your tooth entirely from its socket. Aside from severe tooth decay, tooth extraction may also be necessary in the case of crowded teeth, fractured teeth, severe dental injuries like tooth luxation, severe gum disease and etc. Your dentist will often advise whether tooth extraction is the best course of action. Read More 

Can You Whiten Your Teeth During Your Invisalign Treatment?

9 March 2022
 Categories: Dentist, Blog

Your teeth will begin to realign from the moment your very first Invisalign trays are fitted over them. Although the overall process will take upwards of a year (with 13.5 months being the average treatment time), your teeth have already begun to shift position, with angled teeth straightening up, and rotated teeth beginning to de-rotate. Since the appearance of your smile will improve, you might want to do something more for the aesthetics of your teeth. Read More 

5 Benefits of Regular Dentist Check Ups

19 January 2022
 Categories: Dentist, Blog

Visiting the dentist regularly is the best way to keep your teeth in good condition. While brushing and flossing can help, only your dentist can identify cavities and other developing problems and provide treatment to protect your teeth. Take a look at the five most significant benefits of regular dentist checkups. 1. Avoid Dental Pain Many people only visit a dentist when they experience pain in their teeth. There are two problems with this approach. Read More 

Why Is Your Nose Runny After Receiving a Dental Implant?

23 November 2021
 Categories: Dentist, Blog

Dental implants involve a minor surgical procedure, and your dentist will of course talk you through the process. Your aftercare instructions will involve being aware of the possible signs of a postoperative complication, even though this is rare. You'll want to be on the lookout for pain and swelling that doesn't subside (indicating an infection). There are other possible curious aftereffects of your dental implant surgery. If you find that your nose is runny and irritated in the days after your surgery, this can actually be due to your new implant. Read More