It’s normal for parents to worry when they’re told that their child needs dental treatment. We are here to help.
A very common concern with parents is children having tooth decay despite the fact that they have been brushing regularly.
Researchers in the US suggest that tooth loss in the older women puts them at an increased risk for hypertension.
It’s recommended that we visit our hygienists and dentists once every six months. But what about deep cleaning? Who needs it and is it necessary?
Raising a toddler can be overwhelming & oftentimes oral health takes a backseat. Here are tips to make sure your child gets the best care.
Children’s new teeth are not always as white as their baby teeth. Is there a reason to worry? Find out today.
Is it your first time seeing a hygienist? Worry not. Dental hygienist Sahar walks us through what happens during your cleaning appointment.