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Many patients report feeling anxious prior to their first dental visit. We understand this completely! What worries us the most is that visiting a dentist is commonly put off by patients that are uncomfortable in a dental environment. This means the disease is generally more severe...

To improve oral health standards, many people will look to mouthwashes and rinses in addition to regular brushing and flossing, but what do they actually do? What a mouthwash won’t do is replace the need for regular and consistent flossing. There is no easy way out...

Brushing alone only does half the job. Flossing is your first line of defence against holes from forming on the sides of your teeth and also makes sure your gums stay healthy. Gum disease that is left untreated can have dire consequences including tooth loss! If...

A child’s first dental visit can be easily avoided because of the stigma surrounding the dentist. At Sensational Smiles, our vision is to make every dental experience a positive one, especially during the earlier years. What to expect At your child first dental visit, the Sensational Smiles...

Wisdom teeth or third molars generally appear after the age of 18-25 years old. Beyond the age of 25 years old, it may be inferred that wisdom teeth will remain below the gums and will not attempt to come through. A person will have 4 wisdom...

Teething can occur unnoticed in some babies. For others, it can cause many sleepless nights and much irritability. Understanding what is happening in your baby’s mouth can make for a much more pleasant teething experience. At what age does teething start? Your baby’s first teeth will generally...

1. Soft bristles When it comes to choosing a good toothbrush, the only alternative to soft is extra soft. A medium head has larger bristles won’t reach smaller spaces where bacteria hide. A medium head can also wear away your teeth and gums, causing irreversible damage. 2....

Many people will report that their gums will hurt or that dental decay starts when they are pregnant. With so much else to consider during pregnancy, the effect it can have on your oral health can sometimes go unnoticed. By following these simple tips, we...

1. Dry mouth Dry mouth can be the result of a range of factors including dehydration, some medications and alcohol consumption. Ultimately, dry mouth means saliva quantity has decreased and needs to replenish. You can increase saliva quantity by drinking water more frequently and chewing gum....

Why do people smile? Because they’re happy! But did you know that the more you smile, the happier you will be? As backwards as that sounds, psychology has taught us that we can almost trick the brain into happiness through the reaction to happiness that is...

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