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Christmas is here and food is aplenty. Your makatidentist would like to leave some reminders for the holidays to help keep your teeth in good health. 1. Over the holidays, many of us crack our teeth, thinking our teeth are made of steel. Truth is, under that hard enamel shell is a very sensitive nerve… Read More »
The answer is yes, according to the Pediatric Dentistry Center Philippines. And the makati dentist agrees so. Here are some of our recommendations. 1. Use a toothpaste that is formulated for kids. The fluoride content is lesser than the regular toothpaste adults use. Remember, when bacterias attack the tooth, the minerals that make up the… Read More »
Did you know that Teeth are the hardest substance in the human body? During the 18th century, in Europe and America,urine was a main ingredient in toothpaste because the ammonia in it is an excellent cleaner Ammonia is still incorporated in most toothpastes today. Jaw muscles can contract with a force as great as 55… Read More »
Skip the coffee and make yourself tea. Green tea, that is. A recent research published in Preventive Medicine has shown that people who drink at least a cup of green tea a day can keep their teeth until their old age. However, adding sugar or cream to your tea is another story. One explanation may… Read More »
Canker sores, also known as aphtous ulcers or, in our local vernacular, “singaw,” are small ulcers in the lining of the mouth that are frequently painful and sensitive. It can occur at any age, but it is more commonly seen in teenagers. Allow this dentist in Makati to share some singaw remedies.
Oral Prophylaxis is the thorough scaling and polishing of your teeth surfaces above, between and under the gums. It removes built-up materials in between your teeth; stains from coffee, tea, cigarettes or red wine are also cleaned away when your Makati dentist polishes your teeth. Let me tell you more.