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Sensitive Teeth

Teeth sensitivity may be caused by toothbrush abrasions (over brushing), gum recessions, fracture lines or tooth decay. The most common cause of sensitivity is gum recessions, this is normally a direct result of over brushing or gum disease. Over brushing… Read More

Bad Breath

Bad breath also known as halitosis occurs when odour producing bacteria develops in the mouth. The lack of brushing and flossing on the daily basis causes food particles to accumulate. This is a catalyst for bacteria and plaque to grow… Read More

Importance of Fluoride

Fluoride is a natural mineral, it can be found in water (fresh and salt), rocks, soil, vegetables and grains. Though fluoride is found in the environment it’s not a sufficient amount to strengthen and protect teeth. For this reason, additional… Read More

Hypoplastic Teeth

Enamel hypoplasia is a developmental defect of the teeth caused by defective formation of the enamel. The formation of enamel is very delicate and any disturbances that occur during the development can cause defects, affecting primary and permanent teeth. Enamel… Read More

Interdental Brushes

Interdental brushes are small cylinder-shaped brushes used to remove plaque from the spaces between the teeth. The brush head consists of lateral bristles allowing for effective removal of food particles from the interdental space where holes and gum issues most… Read More

Mouth Rinses

There are plenty of different types of mouth rinses on the market making it hard to differentiate between them, therefore its often asked which is the best? Mouth rinses tend to fall into four different categories: cosmetic, therapeutic, natural (herbal… Read More