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Dental x-rays work in a similar manner as a regular x-ray. However, they are made to provide imaging of the teeth. With the help of dental x-rays, the dentist can analyze the health of an individual’s mouth. The x-ray machine employs low levels of radiation...

Every parent knows how important it is for their kids to brush and floss their teeth. After all, it has been engraved into our minds by our dentists. But when it comes to kids, just brushing and flossing may not be enough, especially when it...

You may initially be taken aback when you hear that there are benefits to getting botox at the dentist, but just pause and think for a moment, who is better placed to give you Botox treatment than the experts at ThoroughDent Smiles? In this article,...

If you have ever seen acrylic fingernails then you have an idea of what a dental veneer is. Dental veneers are similar because the veneer goes over the tooth. Dental veneers are mainly used to fix esthetic problems, such as discolored teeth. This article discusses the other things...

Gingivitis is also referred to as gum disease. It starts with the growth of bacteria in your mouth and culminates in the loss of your teeth if nothing is done to arrest the progression of the disease. While periodontitis is also called gum disease, it shouldn’t be confused...

While millions of dental crowns are placed on people’s teeth each year to correct different oral problems, many people don’t understand what they are. This article provides an overview of the most important things that you need to know about dental crowns. Use this information...

The most important thing during a dental emergency is staying calm so that you can take the right steps for that specific situation. This involves performing dental first aid, and this can be the deciding factor on whether you save your tooth or lose it....

When it comes to dental health, consistency in your oral care habits is the most important thing. So, your perfect smile starts with knowing the right things to do to take care of your dental health, and when to do those things. Read on and...

We may not look forward to it, but many of us will soon or later require dentures. While getting dentures is not a must, neglecting to take care of your oral health can increase this possibility. This article discusses some of the signs that indicate...

Root canal therapy refers to the treatment administered when a tooth’s pulp is infected, inflamed or dead. The treatment removes the affected pulp and the space left is filled and covered so that reinfection doesn’t occur. Many reasons can necessitate this kind of dental procedure...