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Aussie Dentists Warn Hockey Players of Mouthguard Failure

Last August of 2015, a young Australian woman by the name of Christina Johnson suffered grave injuries when she was playing a favourite sport of hers. She was hit by a hockey stick on her face resulting to most of her teeth being displaced while her lips and gums incurred multiple lacerations – all these […]

Oldest Evidence of Dental Practice

If you in your adult years are still afraid of going to the dentist, you should consider yourself fortunate. Our ancestors did not allow themselves to be troubled by dental problems just like that. Even without the availability of sterile devices and anesthesia, they would rather fight it out than suffer the lingering pangs of […]

Caries Management System – Tooth Drilling Not Necessary

People who are afraid of going to the dentist for treatment usually feel the dread because of the common perception that the dentist’s methods are invasive and therefore painful. Tooth extraction and tooth drilling are 2 of the most common treatments perceived to be invasive and painful. If you are one of these people who […]

Common Dental Issues during ‘Baby Growth’

The faces of babies and toddlers are pleasing to look at. Whether they are toothless or they already have teeth (which normally will not be complete), they will still look cute to our eyes as adults. Their smiles are preciously uplifting, reminding you that life is not all that bad and that there are still […]