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Are you or is there anyone you know who’s a competitive swimmer? Do you swim as a form of exercise? If yes, here’s some bad news for you: even with all the health benefits this sports activity gives, it may take a toll on your skin, hair, and oral health. The chlorine and the...
Taking care of your teeth is important. But, do you actually know what you’re trying to prevent from happening?  Smylife.co.uk has listed down some of these things you may not know. Find out what they are below! Missing Teeth The average adult has the tendency to have missing or decayed teeth. Sometimes, these spaces—especially...
Contrary to popular belief, children – babies included – also need to maintain good oral health. Just because they’re called “baby teeth” doesn’t mean you shouldn’t worry about them. You can prevent tooth decay, but it’s still one the most common childhood diseases. According to USA Today, 42 percent of children from ages 2...
Has your dentist referred you to an endodontist or a periodontist? Periodontology is a field of dentistry that specializes in the supporting structures of teeth, and the diseases and conditions that affect these supporting structures. On the other hand, endodontology specializes in the tooth pulp, tooth root, the surrounding tissues, and the diseases and...