A blogpost from a Fashion blogger patient of ours

Read About @Positivejojo ‘S Experience on her blog :   Read Jojo ‘s Full Blogpost Here!! NEVER FULLY DRESSED WITHOUT A SMILE           I can’t stop smiling. Truly. I can’t stop smiling! Words cannot express my thanks to the lovely ladies at Gorgeous Smiles Dentistry! I’ve never been fully confident with my smile and I’m sure many people feel the same about theirs. I mean, I always felt like my teeth were yellow-ish and crooked, and when I smile, I get bags under my eyes and my nose gets even flatter than it already is. I […]

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What Invisalign® Can Do For Your Smile

Back in the days to straighten your teeth you only had one option and that was metal braces. Nowadays we offer you several options on how you want to have your teeth straightened and what would be the most convenient way for you. At Gorgeous Smiles we offer Invisalign®!       Benefits of Invisalign:   Not everyone can be a good candidate for Invisalign, but if you are, there are many benefits to it. Come see us at Gorgeous Smiles and book your free consultation to check if you are a good candidate for Invisalign or not.   Invisalign […]

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Ever Wonder How Teeth Whitening Works

    Your teeth might lose their lustre after some time due to food, drinks or smoking and this is why so many people are interested in Teeth Whitening!   Why teeth get yellow?   As a natural part of aging, your teeth can become yellow and it is as normal as your hair going gravy over time. Upon aging our enamel starts to thin due to everyday wear and tear. This will cause the layer beneath the enamel which is called dentin to show, and thus teeth look yellower. There are other factors that can cause teeth to appear […]

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Pregnancy and Oral Health

    Pregnancy affects every aspect of your life, your diet, your life-style, your health and much more! During pregnancy, you need to pay special attention to your oral health not only for your own sake but also for your growing baby.   You are going to be more prone to dental problems!   One of the main concerns with expecting mothers is pregnancy gingivitis. Around 40% of pregnant women would have gum disease or gingivitis. Due to raised level of hormones during pregnancy, you will be more prone to dental issues, plaque accumulation and bleeding or swelling gum. Some […]

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Get Screened For Oral Cancer

Usually when you go to the dentist, it is because you have dental pain, you want teeth whitening or dental cleaning and scaling. We want to emphasize in this blog how important it is to have twice yearly check-up at the dentist. Yes, your dentist will make sure you do not have any cavities, but what is more important is how regular dental visits can actually save your life!     What to keep in mind about Oral Cancer :     You might think oral cancers are rare but let’s look at some statistics: approximately 132 individuals are diagnosed […]

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Common Misconceptions About Gum Disease

    We believe if our patients have more information about dental health problems they will be able to better avoid them. Periodontal diseases are illness of gum and bone. We always warn patients about risks that accompany periodontal disease, such as :   Bad breath loss of teeth systemic disease   You shall be aware that there are also many common misconceptions about gum disease.To help you understand better, we’ve decided to bust some myths today!   1.Bleeding gum is normal and happens to everyone   This is not true, bleeding gums are the first sign of gum disease and if […]

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There is a battle in your mouth

EVERY DAY INSIDE YOUR MOUTH, there is a big battle of good versus bad being waged over the ultimate irreplaceable : your natural teeth! And yes!! only YOU can protect them from the destructive forces that are going to harm them. Your teeth are your best assets, irreplaceable and pretty painful when in harm so take care of them!     The Good Guys And The Bad Guys Dental enamel is the hardest substance in the our body , ever harder than our bones! (it is made up of mainly minerals), we automatically think of it as a tough shield that nothing can get through. […]

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Root canal treatments and what to know about them

  Decays can happen due to several reasons:   Over consumption of sugary food or drinks Poor oral hygiene Not flossing over consumption of fizzy drinks Deep grooves on teeth that have not been sealed     When there is a cavity (decay) in one of your teeth, it means restricted infection on that tooth that can get bigger by feeding from the food you consume or the tooth structure itself.   the decay is basically a gathering of germs and bacteria eating through your tooth. The first step would be to fill the cavity not to let it grow […]

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Home care after having a tooth extraction.

  Sometimes Extraction of a tooth is un-avoidable. In this blog post we want to share with you what we recommend to all our patients about the healing process. Right after the surgery: Bite on the gauze for at least 30 minutes or until the bleeding stops. Take the pain killers that have been prescribed by your dentist right after the surgery otherwise as soon as the local anaesthetic wears away pain will start. Pain is usually not bad but we would still recommend taking pain killers. Do not spit out or suck on a straw this will make the […]

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10 Easy Oral Hygiene tips to save your smile

Change your Oral Hygiene Habits with these 10 easy tricks!

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