Broken Tooth

At some point in your life, you might have encountered a broken tooth or been informed by the dentist that you have a dental cavity and you then thought to yourself, ”It’s ok, we’ll fix it later since it is not painful now”. I will try to explain in the blog session today why this…

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Dental Caries in Children

Infants’ teeth begin to erupt around the age of 6 months, but some children do not have their first tooth until 12 to 14 months. Most children have their first full set of teeth by age 3. These primary teeth (baby teeth) are susceptible to decay as soon as they appear in the oral cavity…

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Dental Hygiene

It is important to receive dental hygiene treatment regularly. However, many patients do wonder what is done during the appointment and why it is important. At a dental hygiene appointment, you usually will receive scaling and/or prophylaxis (polishing). Scaling and polishing are carried out to remove dental plaque, calculus (tartar) and external stains. You may…

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Full Dental Examination

Contrary to what some may believe, the dental examination a.k.a. check up is NOT an appointment where the dentist will just have a look at your teeth and then list out the teeth which require dental works followed by a price quote for these works. It is much more than that. One of the very…

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Welcome all to our very first Pathway Dental Blog post. We will endeavour to make post regularly about topics regarding dentistry and dental health. Any blog will only be effective and successful if there are readers out there and it is you readers who we would love to hear from in response to our blog…

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