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COVID 19 OgaDentist

4 Options for Optimal Dental Care During COVID-19

Has COVID-19 gotten the better of your dental health?

From the moment the SARS-COV-2 generally known as COVID-19 broke out, we have had to adapt in many aspects of our lives. We have had to change our personal goals, our career plans, even our health plans!

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Broken Tooth, OgaDentist

6 Ways to Fix a Broken Tooth

If you have a broken tooth or know someone who does, it must have crossed your mind to know whether it is fixable. Before we go any further, we have three answers for you. The first answer is yes, the second answer yes, and (yes, you guessed right!) the third answer is yes! That’s a lot of yes-es.

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Bad Teeth OgaDentist

Are Bad Teeth Hereditary?

Can bad teeth run in a family?
Sometimes we see people with bad oral hygiene habits go pain and decay free; and individuals with good oral hygiene habits come down with tooth decay. This may lead you to also ask if the cause of your tooth decay may be beyond your control.

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Teeth Whitening, OgaDentist

Teeth Whitening: 7 Things You Should Know

Your teeth are like sponges. Just like your skin, they absorb stains.
You brush regularly and properly. You floss and clean in-between your teeth every day. But you still do not like the ‘yellowish’ coloration of your teeth and you are considering making them whiter and whiter; you are considering teeth whitening.

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Teledentistry, OgaDentist

Teledentistry and Your Health

By examining what teledentistry is not, we can better examine what it is. Teledentistry differs from web surfing for helpful information on dental health. That is web surfing. In other words, your going through this piece of writing is not what teledentistry is about.
Teledentistry, the remote provision of dental care, advice, or treatment through information communication technology, rather than direct personal contact…

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OgaDentist Teeth

4 Health Secrets Your Teeth Can Reveal

Your teeth are uniquely yours, like fingerprints and have about one third of their body underneath the gum line. These sound like interesting facts, the more interesting if you are getting to know for the first time.

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OgaDentist Mouth

4 Things Your Mouth Can Say About Your Health

The mouth is a major gateway to the entire human body. It is home to more than 500 different types of bacteria, with some less dangerous than others. Just how attractive and functioning this gate is, can tell a lot about how well the other parts of the house are functioning. In other words, it can reveal a lot more than you think about your overall health.

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