Oral Health

Oral health is very essential for maintaining healthy teeth, gums. Oral health issues, such as canker or cold sores, bad breath, dry mouth, tooth decay, or thrush are all treatable with proper diagnosis and care by Dr. Motiwala Dental Clinic.

Dental Implants: Top Mistakes to Avoid

Dental implants are a safe and effective way to replace missing or broken teeth. They work 97% of the time. As implant specialists, we love it when our patients are well-informed, because that’s the best way to make sure you have long-term success. Here are three things you shouldn’t do when getting dental implants. Never

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Can Your Teeth Predict Heart Disease & Diabetes

We recommend going to the dentist regularly to avoid tooth decay and gum disease, but you may have read online that your teeth can tell if you have heart disease or diabetes before you go to the doctor. Is it true? Let’s dig in a little deeper. Can You Avoid Heart Disease by Taking Care

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What is the Dental Implant Success Rate?

When it comes to implant failure, the odds are in the favor of every patient. Dental implants are the best way to replace teeth because they usually work 98% of the time or better. But, as with any treatment, there are some risks. Knowing about these risks is the best way to stop an implant

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TMJ Disorder Can Cause Toothache

TMJ disorder can be a serious problem, so you shouldn’t just brush it off. People of all ages, even those with good oral health, can get this disorder. Pain in the jaw that can spread to other parts of the face is a sign of TMJ. If you don’t take care of these signs, you

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When to Get the Wisdom Tooth Removed?

The process of taking out a tooth isn’t usually that complicated unless it’s a wisdom tooth. Even though normal and even surgical tooth extractions are common, having your wisdom teeth taken out can be a much more complicated process for both you and your dentist, depending on why they need to be taken out. It’s

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How To Prevent Stains on Dental Veneers?

Dental veneers are thin, fake caps that go over your real teeth. They can cover up stained or chipped teeth or spots that aren’t the right color. Dentists sometimes use them to change the look of smiles that are crooked, crowded, or too big. Many people choose veneers because they look good and last for

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Sparkling Water: A Surprising Cause of Cavities

Most people know that sugary foods and drinks can lead to tooth decay. Everyone knows that soda and candy are not good for your teeth. A lot of people don’t know that sparkling water can also hurt your teeth. In recent years, sparkling water has become more popular, so people often ask us if it’s

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Stay Hydrated & Protect Your Teeth

As the heat of summer gets stronger, it’s more important than ever to stay hydrated. When we spend time outside in these high temperatures and high humidity, we are more likely to sweat. We are also tempted by long, lazy days by the pool in the summer. If you drink a lot of alcohol during

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