Patient Education

Taking blood pressure before your dental visit?

Taking blood pressure before your dental visit?

As licensed health-care professionals, it is the standard of care for dental hygienists to assess and record blood pressure on all of their patients
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On February 20, 2017

5 Best ways to reduce tooth sensitivity

5 Best ways to reduce tooth sensitivity

When you have sensitive teeth, your favorite foods and beverages can turn against you. Even sour foods and cold weather can drive you crazy! Sensitive teeth are a common problem. Here are some great tips for easing the discomfort.
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On February 17, 2017

Ho Chi Minh Dentist Recommend The Top 8 Oral Care Tips

Ho Chi Minh Dentist Recommend The Top 8 Oral Care Tips

Oral care has been one of those topics which has often been neglected. We eat food and consume drinks which deteriorates our oral health and also overall health. However, one should be aware that following proper oral care is no rocket science. It is really simple and something that we can easily do at home. Today, Dr. Ho Viet, our principal dentist in Ho Chi Minh City branch will share with you the top 8 oral care tips to help you maintain an outstanding hygiene.
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On August 25, 2016

Stock abutment vs CAD/CAM customized abutment

Stock abutment vs CAD/CAM customized abutment

The fact is not all abutments and crowns are created equal. Typically, following the placement of a dental implant, patients must return to their restorative dentist to have the final abutment and crown made. The type and shape of the abutment and crown is critical in achieving longevity and...
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On June 24, 2016

Broken File in Root Canal During Root Canal Treatment

Broken File in Root Canal During Root Canal Treatment

One of the most common mishaps that can occur during root canal therapy is when the root canal instrument (commonly known as a file) fractures (or “separates”) inside the root canal.This is an inherent risk, particularly in patients whose root canals are severely curved and calcified and/or...
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On June 03, 2016

How to handle your cracked tooth properly

How to handle your cracked tooth properly

If you can see a crack in your tooth, it is important to visit your dentist as soon as possible.A tooth crack is a visible line either from the gum line to the tip or at the cusp – the pointed biting part of your tooth. While your tooth might not be into 2 parts, the tissue inside the tooth is...
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On November 05, 2015

How to Handle Common Dental Emergencies

How to Handle Common Dental Emergencies

When it comes to a toothache, don’t fall for old wives’ tales about aspirin and whiskey. Aspirin is acidic. If you don’t swallow it and instead let it dissolve against your gum to try for faster relief, it might burn your gum tissue. ​So what should you do for dental emergencies ranging from a toothache to a broken tooth to a possible broken jaw?
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On October 31, 2014

How Braces Straighten Crooked Teeth

How Braces Straighten Crooked Teeth

Getting braces for crooked teeth is one of our society's accepted forms of self torture for the sake of vanity. It's completely painful and done in a terribly awkward stage in life but it's worth it in the end, not just for the sight of straight teeth but for the pure functionality of improving the bite (or so they say). Here's the entire process.
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On October 30, 2014

Tooth Replacement Options: Implants, Bridges, Dentures

Tooth Replacement Options: Implants, Bridges, Dentures

​Millions of adults have lost one or more of their teeth due to oral diseases or injury. Missing teeth can make chewing difficult, cause problems speaking, and impact a person's sense of self-esteem. That's why seeing a dentist about tooth replacements, which may include dental implants, bridges, or dentures, can be an important part of maintaining your dental health.
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On October 26, 2014

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