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Oral Health During Self-isolation
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Oral Health During Self-isolation

1. Coronavirus toothbrush hygiene If you are confirmed to have COVID-19, it’s important to keep the rest of your household as safe as possible by being aware of the potential contamination of objects and areas you’re using. The virus primarily transits via aerosol/droplets, therefore is contagious via direct surface contact once it settles on a...

COVID-19: ASTRADENTAL ASSURANCE FOR PATIENTS.
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COVID-19: ASTRADENTAL ASSURANCE FOR PATIENTS.

One of our major priorities is ensuring that our patients are always safe and informed. To this end, we would like to inform you that we have been monitoring the corona virus (COVID-19) situation very carefully, and in response, we have put together stringent measures towards prevention of the spread of the virus within our...

A Healthy Smile: The Benefits.
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A Healthy Smile: The Benefits.

A healthy mouth can be a great asset.Our teeth have such an important role to play in our lives. They help us chew and digest food, they help us to talk and speak clearly and they also give our face its shape. A smile also has other day-to-day benefits. It can give us greater confidence,...

Preventive care and oral hygiene
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Preventive care and oral hygiene

What is preventive dentistry? Preventive dentistry is the modern way of helping you keep a healthy mouth. It helps you to keep your teeth, and means you need to have less dental treatment. The two main causes of tooth loss are decay and gum disease. The better you prevent or deal with these two problems, the more chance...

Things You Shouldn’t Do With Your Teeth
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Things You Shouldn’t Do With Your Teeth

Unhealthy habits are hard to break, but it is possible to do so? Sometimes just knowing what could go wrong can help you stop your current behaviors. The sooner you put an end to harmful dental habits, the safer and healthier you’ll be. If you continue to do some of the worst things with your teeth,...

Are you struggling with tooth sensitivity?
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Are you struggling with tooth sensitivity?

What are sensitive teeth? Having sensitive teeth can mean anything from getting a mild twinge to having severe discomfort that can continue for several hours. It can also be an early warning sign of more serious dental problems. Who suffers from sensitive teeth? Many people suffer from sensitive teeth and it can start at any...

DRY MOUTH EXPLAINED
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DRY MOUTH EXPLAINED

What is dry mouth? Your mouth needs saliva to be able to work properly. Saliva keeps your mouth moist, and it helps to break down food and helps you to swallow. It also acts as a cleanser. It is constantly washing around your mouth and teeth, fighting tooth decay and helping to keep your teeth clean. Dry...

Bad Breath
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Bad Breath

How can I tell if I have bad breath? Loads of little signs can show that you have terrible breath. Have you noticed people stepping away from you when you start to talk? If you think you might have bad breath, there is a simple test that you can do. Just lick the inside of...

Are Your Beverage Habits Hurting Your Teeth?
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Are Your Beverage Habits Hurting Your Teeth?

Everything that passes your lips has an impact on your teeth, including what you drink. Not only can certain drinks stain your teeth, but their overall acidity can also soften tooth enamel, which can make your teeth more sensitive and vulnerable to cavities. If you’re trying to live a healthier life, discover how what you...

CHILDREN DENTAL CARE GUIDE – RECOMMENDATIONS BY AGE
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CHILDREN DENTAL CARE GUIDE – RECOMMENDATIONS BY AGE

CHILDREN DENTAL CARE GUIDE – RECOMMENDATIONS BY AGE      Why & when to visit the dentist?   12 to 24 months Have complete the clinical oral examination Complete a caries risk assessment. Clean teeth and remove supra- and sub-gingival stains or deposits as indicated. Have the child’s systemic and topical fluoride status assessed (including...

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