Category Archives: Patient Education

Pregnancy and Dentistry

During pregnancy, a woman’s hormone levels change dramatically! Oestrogen and progesterone levels start to rise quickly and a new hormone, human chorionic gonadotropin, starts being produced. These result in many changes. Orally, her gums will feel more swollen due to the increased blood supply. She may also develop teeth sensitivity. With lower immunity, there is […]

5 Reasons Why You May Want To Consider A Dental Implant

Have a missing tooth? You are not alone. A 2016 survey found that almost one in three Singaporeans aged 60 and above were totally toothless. Cracked teeth resulting from stress related tooth grinding has been found to be one of the leading causes of a missing tooth in younger generations. Fortunately treatment options have evolved. […]

Practical Everyday Oral Health Tips

Good oral hygiene forms the benchmark to good oral health and in turn good general health. Poor oral health has been linked to diabetes, cardiovascular disease as well As a host of other conditions. Such diseases lower our bodies defences against infections and disease. Consequentially this can affect our overall health and well being. Below […]

Cаrіng Fоr Yоur Chіld’ѕ Baby Tееth

Dесіduоuѕ teeth, оr as people frеԛuеntlу rеfеr tо аѕ “bаbу tееth” аnd “рrіmаrу tееth”, are thе first ѕеt of tееth wе have. Thеу usually еruрt at thе onset оf our іnfаnсу, and are lаtеr rерlасеd bу реrmаnеnt teeth. Bаbу teeth hаvе a profound role in the оvеrаll oral development of everyone. First off, thеу рrоvіdе […]