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Your personal good is always at the center of our benefits. Having time to discuss all the treatment options with scientific data to add weight to our personal recommendations, the options are yours after proper guidance. Using the latest technology in a comfortable and well-equipped environment, we are embracing the future of dentistry at a time when dentistry is evolving like never before.

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Emergencies

Sometimes problems arise that need immediate treatment. It is our job to help.

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Top 10 Dental Tips

Important tips for dental health.

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Dental Health

Brushing

should be done at least twice a day or after each meal. Of course, when consuming acidic food, it is important to wait 1 hour before brushing to avoid corrosion of the teeth due to the abrasive ability of the toothbrush.

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A Healthy tongue

Detailed tongue Health Guide

The tongue is a strong and very important muscle necessary for the functioning of taste, chewing, food processing and speech. The oral part of the tongue (2/3 anterior part) is located mainly in the mouth, while the pharyngeal part is the posterior 1/3. The oral part is covered by many papillae which are divided into 4 types and 3 of them have taste buds on the surface. The average of these is 2000-8000 on the surface of the tongue.

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Healthy Gums

Gum care is just as important as dental care. Normally the gums form a tight ring around the teeth so that the bacteria does not enter internally.
Healthy gums are firm, do not bleed with brushing or flossing and normally show a light coral pink hue which can vary depending on nationality.

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Bad Breath – Halitosis

Bad breath or dental halitosis means bad breath during exhalation. It is a serious concern for everyone, it is the 3rd most common reason that people seek for dental care.
85-90% of cases of bad breath are due to the mouth itself. Foods such as garlic, onions, meat, fish, cheese in combination with other factors such as alcohol consumption, smoking and obesity also contribute. Caries, periodontitis and poor oral health can also cause halitosis.

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Children and Dental Care

It is important to get children to a dental routine from the earliest years. You should clean your child’s teeth as soon as they are 6 months old. Although new teeth will be replaced later, it is very important for the proper development of their permanent dentition to be properly cared for.

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Nutrition

Good and bad food

Teeth are a valuable organ and, among other things, necessary for the function of mastication. For this reason, specific foods should be considered in relation to dental health. To enhance the oral care provided by brushing, flossing and mouthwash, a list of good and bad foods is provided so that you know when you think about oral health.

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Braces

Am I too old for braces?

Braces are normally associated with youth and adolescents but the truth is that more and more adults are going in for the process to improve their smile both aesthetically and functional with braces without impeding or limiting their natural radiance.

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Snoring

Why does this happen? Certain factors increase the risk of snoring.
Physiology: due to the anatomy of the area.
Weight: in overweight due to increased fat around the neck.
Age: over time the muscles in the neck weaken.
Lifestyle: after alcohol or the use of sleeping pills because muscle relaxation is caused.

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