All You Need to Know About Invisible Braces

Posted on: 28 July 2015
Some years ago, metal braces were the only type of braces available in dental clinics. However, due to advancement in clinical research and technology, different types of braces have been introduced, among which are invisible braces. Invisible braces, also known as Invisalign or incognito braces, are becoming popular due to their invisible property. Invisible braces have slowly erased the stigma associated with braces and other orthodontic appliances. Before going to your dentist for invisible braces, it is important to know how they are made and the benefits over other types of braces.
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Understanding The Impact Of Multiple Sclerosis On Your Dental Health

Posted on: 29 June 2015
Symptoms associated with multiple sclerosis such as facial paralysis, fatigue, poor coordination, muscle weakness, and swallowing difficulties can make it challenging for you to stay on top of your dental health and get the most out of visits to your dentist's office. There are modifications and simple steps you can take to make your oral healthcare more manageable. Here are a few tips to help you maintain good oral hygiene, have effective dental appointments and manage common dental problems associated with multiple sclerosis:
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The Natural Approach: Making Your Own Oral Hygiene Products

Posted on: 1 June 2015
There a wide selection of oral hygiene products on the market, and these have all been exhaustively tested and are safe for regular usage. Having said that, you might be seeking a more natural alternative when it comes to keeping your family's teeth nice and healthy. While commercial products are not harmful, there's a feeling of surety that comes from knowing exactly what goes into the products that go into your mouth.
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Cleaning & Caring for Your Dentures

Posted on: 27 April 2015
Keeping dentures clean is essential to your oral and general health. Depending on the type of dentures you have, whether partial or complete, the following cleaning and maintenance procedures are necessary. Handle with care You should wash your hands every time you are about to handle your dentures to avoid getting them dirty and risking an infection. You should also handle the dentures over a full sink of water in order to avoid breaking them in case you drop them.
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