• What makes a perfect smile?

    What makes a perfect smile?

    Results from a University of Minnesota study shows what contributes to a “perfect” smile.   The study called Dynamic properties of successful smiles, was initially published in the  PLOS ONE journal in June. Researchers surveyed over 800 participants to rate several computer-generated smiles, each with different variations. These smiles differed in mouth angle, wideness, amountRead more →

  • The Different Types of Dental Fillings

    The Different Types of Dental Fillings

    Due to the constant advancements in the field of dentistry, several types of tooth fillings are now available for patients worldwide.     Different fillings are used to achieve varied results in teeth, depending on the needs of patients. Knowing each type of filling may be essential in communicating your desired outcomes with your dentist.Read more →

  • All You Need To Know About Dentures

    All You Need To Know About Dentures

    Dentures are removable plastic, acrylic, and porcelain replacements for lost teeth and the tissues connected to it. Good dentures should look and feel like genuine teeth and gums.   There are two kinds of dentures: complete and partial ones. Complete dentures replace the entirety of the teeth, while partial dentures act as fillers for spaces createdRead more →

  • Oral Health Tips for Travelers

    Oral Health Tips for Travelers

    Food is an essential component to explore when traveling to a location — be it familiar or completely new. From exotic recipes to classic comfort food, there’s always something to sink your teeth into.   The trade off, though, is that travelers may not be able to take care of their teeth at all times,Read more →

  • Invisalign for Athletes

    Invisalign for Athletes

    An active lifestyle is extremely demanding for the mind and body. Athletes, sports enthusiasts, and even the active sporty types may even find that bright smiles and healthy teeth are as important as their toned bodies.     The problem with braces for athletes For athletes, though, braces may not be the correct treatment forRead more →

  • Do we need to remove wisdom teeth?

    Do we need to remove wisdom teeth?

    Wisdom teeth, long thought about by anthropologists as an evolutionary answer for our ancestor’s early diet of rough food, is now classified as a vestigial organ, or body parts which have lost their original functions.   Today, wisdom teeth are often treated as four hidden teeth located at the outermost area of the gums, whichRead more →

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