Mouth-breathing

Stop mouth-breathing, the unhealthy habit!       Well , all of us do breathing without thinking about how to do it. However, there are many unhealthy ways that people use for breathing which are surprising! Breathing with your mouth instead of your nose causes lots of health and hygienic issues. It’s essential to have a healthy breathing habit from early years of life. Because your mouth health is important for us, we are going to inform you from mouth breathing effects on children and how this habit can be changed. Why is mouth-breathing a bad habit for kids? Mouth-breathing […]

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Oral Hygiene Instructions

If you are looking forward to have healthy teeth you should brush and floss them at least twice a day and planning a regular dental appointments every six month. Today we have some good advices for you here and they are listed as below: CHANGE YOUR TOOTHBRUSH REGULARLY: One of the easiest and also smartest ways to keep your teeth healthy is to change your toothbrush more often. There is another reason beyond the bristles fraying and that is ;a lot of bacteria will trap on the bristles of our toothbrush after brushing. Make sure to store the toothbrush upright […]

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Same Day Dentistry

    CAD/CAM technology uses a digital technique to produce Ceramic Crowns, Ceramic Veneers and in general all Porcelain restorations, out of ceramic blocks in one visit only. CAD/CAM stands for computer-aided design and computer-aided manufacturing. Why Would I need a Porcelain Veneer or Crown?   Porcelain Veneers or Crowns are to protect your teeth structure, improve aesthetic or function of your teeth. there are couple of reason you might need or want a Porcelain Veneer:   Cosmetic: your teeth might not look the way you want them too. They might not be as white as you want them to, as […]

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Four Ways Smiling Improves Our Health

Smiling as a work out? We all heard that old expressions that :  it takes more muscles to frown than to smile,so you should smile to conserve energy! This is not true as It takes a minimum of ten muscles to smile but only a minimum of six to frown. The true expression should be “smile to burn calories”but smiling does much more for your health than just a wor-out for your face. Here is four ways smiling benefits your overall health:   1.Reduces Pain Smiling will cause release of Endorphin, Which is our bodie’s “Happy Hormone”.Endorphin will work as a natural […]

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Swimmer’s Ear or shall we say Swimmer’s Tooth

  Have you ever experienced extra sensitivity with your teeth after a swim at the pool?Have you ever wonder what is it about water that can make your teeth sensitive? although it usually happens after a lot of swimming to notice the sensitivity. Chlorine: Good For Sanitation, Bad For Teeth Chlorine in the water will protect our body from germs that can harm us in the water but if the water’s Ph is not regulated it can easily become acidic and harm our teeth.The Ph of a pool that is carefully regulated shall be 7.2-7.8 .   Swimmer’s Calculus: A […]

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