By Dr. Bavneet, MDS      Posted 23 Apr 2020

Facts About Wisdom Tooth

What is a Wisdom Tooth? The wisdom tooth is any of the four molars that mostly erupts after puberty. It usually arises between 17 to 25 years of age. The wisdom tooth is the last posterior tooth in your mouth. In the past, wisdom teeth were called because it comes through at a mature age. A healthy wisdom tooth can help you ... Read More

By Dr. Bavneet, MDS      Posted 22 Apr 2020

Can Chewing Gum Really Clean Your Teeth?

Chewing gums is tasty and fun for people of all ages. We all are fascinated by different flavours and colours of chewing gums that are available in the stores. But at times we wonder, are these chewing gums good for our health? Chewing gum does not fill our stomach so why do people keep chewing gums? Researchers have found that chewing ... Read More

By Dr. Bavneet, MDS      Posted 21 Apr 2020

Energy Drinks & Your Teeth

Energy drinks are non-alcoholic beverages containing caffeine, guarana, glucuronolactone, taurine, ginseng, inositol, carnitine, B-vitamins, etc as the main ingredients that act as stimulants to enhance mental alertness and physical performance. People often grab an energy drink to refuel themselves but are not aware of the irreversible harm that these drinks do to your teeth. How Do Energy Drinks Harm Your Teeth? Energy drinks ... Read More

By Dr. Bavneet, MDS      Posted 20 Apr 2020

Do Your Teeth Need A Night Guard

Do you ever wake up in the middle of the night with a dull headache or a sore jaw? This could be because you grind your teeth. Teeth grinding is called bruxism. It is usually done unconsciously in your sleep, but it can also occur when you are awake. Many patients are unaware of grinding or clenching until it is ... Read More

By Dr. Bavneet, MDS      Posted 19 Apr 2020

How Does Sugar Affect Your Dental Health

Sugar is an integral part of our diet but it is also called sweet poison. It affects general as well as dental health. Dietary sugar-free is the most important risk factor for dental caries. Have you ever wondered how sugar rots your teeth? Most people know that consuming too much sugar causes cavities and tooth decay but not many know how it ... Read More