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Invisible Braces

Why Are Invisible Braces The Right Choice?

Irrespective of your age, irregular/ misaligned teeth can be embarrassing. We are not aware of the fact that misaligned teeth can lead to TMJ problems. ‘Temporomandibular joint’ also known as TMJ is the basic junction of attachment of your jaw to the ear and skull. Due to crooked/ misaligned teeth you can over stress your muscles and tendon of your jaw leading to various problems in your joint in future. You need to correct the positions of your teeth in order to chew food properly.

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How Smile Affects Your Life

How Smile Affects Your Life

”Life is like a mirror, smile at it and it smiles back at you”

They say it takes more muscles to frown than to smile, and although there’s no hard evidence to support that, we do know that smiling comes with some real-life benefits. It’s not always the easiest thing to do, especially after a long and stressful day. But if you can take it upon yourself to crack a smile, you’ll actually feel better.

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How to Pamper yourself in the ‘Dental Aisle’

Have got a plan for a nice relaxing weekend at home? You are looking forward to that candle lit bath with the new bath bomb you bought. You’ve bought your favourite easy dinner and set your favourite feel-good movie but throughout all your preparations have you considered pampering your mouth along the way? What about your hard-working teeth and gums that help you enjoy all that excellent food and mood?

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Cause Bad Breath

What Causes Bad Breath and How to Prevent It?

You’re about to go on a night out with your friends, you are looking great. Everything is perfect, you’ve brushed, flossed and also used a mouthwash for freshness. But somehow you don’t understand why there is still some bitter taste in your mouth? If this has been happening to you constantly, it could be a sign that you have a serious oral health issue. Bad breath is inevitable. Our mouth endures a lot throughout the day. We eat, drink and take part in a variety of activities that may leave our breath unpleasant.

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Did You Know These Habits Can Ruin Your Teeth?

This is a psychological eating disorder in which one has episodes of consuming a large quantity of food in one sitting. During these binges, you have no sense of control over their eating. They then purge, trying to get rid of the extra calories in an unhealthy way. The acid reflux during the induced vomiting causes the erosion of the teeth resulting in a change in the colour and texture of teeth. Your teeth may be weaker and more brittle than usual.

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Magic Wand

If You Had a Magic Wand, What Would You Change About Your Smile?

Smiling is one of the warmest and natural reflexes in a human body. It opens up strangers to each other and lights up the mood of the smile receiver. Smiles are contagious and relieve stress. They have an extensive list of good qualities. However, it is possible to be dissatisfied with your smile. You may not be comfortable with the appearance or shape of your teeth, which ends up affecting your smile. We have experts at ‘Smile Delhi – The Dental Clinic in Delhi’, who have experience with teeth and smile

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Specialist Centric Dental Practice

Why Do You Need To Go to A Specialist Centric Dental Practice?

A good oral health is important to maintain a healthy mouth, teeth and gums. It not only enhances your appearance but also adds to the quality of life.

A dental clinic or hospital is not a place where you just have your general dentist for the regular check-ups and cleaning. It is a place where several dental specialists who have expertise in their respective fields, work as a team.

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Dental Tourism India

Why Is India A Top Destination for Dental Tourism?

Dental treatment in Europe, North America and Oceania can be exorbitant. The best dental clinics in India can provide the same high standard treatment and procedure as any other developed/ first world country for a fraction of their cost. Dental tourism in Delhi is getting popular with the western countries. A lot of foreigners appreciate the high-quality dental treatment done here at cost effective prices. Along with accomplishing their treatment, these dental tourists enjoy sight-seeing.

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Coronectomy

Coronectomy

Dental Coronectomy is a technique used for wisdom teeth surgery where only the crown portion of the tooth is extracted and the root/roots are left in situ ie in the mouth itself. The wisdom tooth or third molar is the last tooth to erupt into the mouth usually after the age of 16. When there is not enough room  in the jaws to accommodate wisdom teeth, it does not come into the mouth normally. When this happens, the wisdom teeth are said to be ‘impacted’.

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Aging And Dental Health

Aging and Dental Health

As you start aging, like your body and skin, the mouth also starts showing some changes. It becomes more important to take care of your teeth and dental health with time. You need your teeth more as you age, as the mouth is literally the gateway to one’s health. One common misconception is that losing your teeth as one ages is inevitable, but it’s not true. If you take proper care of your oral health, your teeth will last you a lifetime.

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Black Fungus and Oral Cavity

BLACK FUNGUS AND THE ORAL CAVITY

Black fungus, also known as ‘Mucormycosis’ is a disease belonging to the fungal family ‘Mucorales’. Mucormycosis is a very rare infection which is caused by exposure to mucor mould commonly found in soil, plants, manure, and decaying fruits and vegetables.
This fungus infects people who have impaired immune systems. We are all breathing in, fungal spores constantly viz… when we walk

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Dental Phobia

DO YOU HAVE DENTAL PHOBIA ?

Dental phobia is a common problem among people of all ages. People are scared of dentists or have a fear of dentist needles. Dental phobia is a term used to describe fear, anxiety or stress for a dental sitting. The patient is scared to visit the dentist thus causing delay in the dental treatment. It can be associated with certain triggers such as needles, drills or the noise of the dental equipment. When dental anxiety is severe, it causes irrational fear and complete avoidance of going to the dentist

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