We all know the importance of brushing our teeth daily. It helps in removing plaque and promotes good oral hygiene, but brushing alone is not good enough. The surface between your teeth and under your gum line has to be cleaned as well
Beginning an oral health routine with your child at an early age is important for the life of his/her smile. Healthy primary teeth help in the proper development of the kid’s jaw and maintain space for the adult teeth.
Dental scaling/ cleaning is a term we have come across when we visit our dentist for a dental checkup and often doctor recommends that we get our teeth cleaned or get scaling done at least once every six months for good oral hygiene.
Your teeth should be flossed on a daily basis to remove any type of excess food particles that may be stuck. Leaving the food in-between your teeth will result in tooth decay and bacteria forming. Knowing how to properly floss your teeth will help ensure that you are doing everything you
Old wives tales have linked pregnancy and poor dental health – for example, ‘you lose a tooth for each child’. Recent research has shown that pregnancy does cause changes in the mouth that may put your oral health at risk. During pregnancy, you are more likely to have problems with your teeth or gums.