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What Is Crowns and BridgeWorks Treatment in Singapore?

Before the era of implants, crown and bridgework was the best way to replace missing or partially missing teeth. It is still an excellent way to replace missing teeth for whatever reason implants cannot be used. By using the existing teeth as a base for the reconstruction with the bridgework or crowns we have been …

Dental Clinic in Singapore

March 14, 2011 | Author: huiping | Posted in Dental, General Dentistry

Are you a medical tourist looking for a dental clinic in Singapore? Well, you are not alone. Every year, tens of thousands of medical tourists come to Singapore to seek medical help. A good majority of these medical tourists are looking for affordable dental services. Even better if the dental clinic is located in the …

Scaling & Polishing

January 20, 2011 | Author: huiping | Posted in Dental, General Dentistry

Every six months or sooner the Dentist recommends a routine Scaling and Polish to be done. The reason for this is over time plaque and calcium deposits called tartar or calculus accumulates at the base of teeth. By itself calcium is not dangerous but as tartar it is teeming with bacteria and that is dangerous. …

What is the correct method to brush your teeth?

January 20, 2011 | Author: huiping | Posted in Dental, General Dentistry, Health & Fitness

Brushing your teeth is important and can help prevent periodontal disease and gingivitis. We do it every day without thinking too much, but there are some important points to remember when brushing your teeth. Here are a few steps to help you brush your teeth the right way. 1) Get a good quality toothpaste and …

Scaling & Polishing

January 10, 2011 | Author: Tiong | Posted in General Dentistry

Professional Teeth Cleaning includes teeth scaling and polishing. Regular teeth cleaning (prophylaxis) is recommended to remove tartar (mineralized plaque) and dental plaque from teeth, to prevent cavities, gingivitis, and periodontitis. Tartar may develop even with careful brushing and flossing, especially in areas that are difficult for a patient to reach on his own at home. …

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