What is Diabetes
Diabetes is an illness that affects thousands of people, both children and adults, each year. It causes high blood sugar that isn’t controlled by the body’s own insulin production and requires outside assistance in form of medications.… Continue reading
The age when your baby start teething varies. They may show signs of teething from about 13 weeks (3 months) but the first teeth may not appear until your baby is 6 months old. The bottom incisors usually appear first,… Continue reading
Oral hygiene products haven’t made too many technological leaps since 1938 when the first nylon toothbrush was invented.
Since then several improvements were made to the head shape, bristle pattern and handle shape. However not much has changed in how we brushed our teeth until the first electric toothbrush hit the American market in 1960.
Electric toothbrushes took the effort out of brushing. You simply pressed the button and the head started oscillating, rotating or vibrating leaving your teeth sparkling clean. Continue reading
Veneers are very thin, almost translucent laminates that are fitted to the natural teeth to improve their aesthetic. They are the best guarded secret behind the perfect smiles of not only the Hollywood, but also many Irish celebrities.
Fortunately you don’t have to be a celebrity to have a perfect smile. With technological advances, the prices of cosmetic dentistry have come down quite drastically, so these days almost everyone can afford to improve the look of their gnashers.
In this article we look at the 20 things you should know about the veneers.
Teeth play an important role. They help us chew and grind up food, speak clearly and show off our smile. They affect the structure of our face and have a strong impact on our appearance.
Each tooth plays a vital role, so leaving a gap if we lose a tooth can have serious consequences.
This article can help you understand the importance of each tooth, the consequences of not replacing it if you lose it and the replacement options that are available. Continue reading