Dental Blog

Dental Blog

Aug
26
Dental Plaque

Dental plaque is a sticky, clear film that forms on teeth and between teeth, both above and below the gum line. Plaque should be removed regularly because it can cause dental problems. Plaque forms all over the mouth, but it tends to accumulate in and around the molars’ deep crevices, according to the Newcastle University …

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Oct
29
National Brush Day

After indulging in a monstrous haul of Halloween candy, it’s important to remember to brush in order to maintain a healthy smile. The day after Halloween is National Brush Day!   What better time than the day after Halloween to implement the celebration of the first-ever “National Brush Day?!” This seems like a great opportunity …

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Oct
24
Origins of Teeth

According to the findings of a group of paleontologists (University of Bristol, UK), teeth are so important that two separate groups of non-related species developed teeth at separate times. The work focuses on some 200 million year-old condodonts, which were jawless, eel-like creatures. Lead writer paleontologist Philip Donoghue says: “This means that the tooth, as …

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