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I have medical aid – do I need dental insurance?

February 22nd, 2019|0 Comments

Many people believe that their medical aid will cover all aspects of their health needs, including their dental expenses. This is, however, not completely true. Yes, medical aid does offer some cover on certain basic procedures such as check-ups and cleanings, but the cover is [...]

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Dental Appointments: Expectation vs Reality

February 20th, 2019|0 Comments

There is a definite misconception, especially among children, that going to the dentist is a scary ordeal. In fact, most people avoid going to the dentist at all, which means that once they do build up  the courage to brave the dental chair, their oral [...]

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What is Dental Insurance and how does it work?

February 15th, 2019|0 Comments

Dental insurance in many ways mirrors health insurance, but focuses on oral health. As the name suggests, it is an insurance cover that focuses on anything related to the dental industry, covering plan holders for any procedures they need done by dentists and other dental [...]

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How to tell if you have a cavity

February 13th, 2019|0 Comments

If you feel intense toothache when you eat hot food, or feast on some ice-cream, you may have a cavity in one or more of your teeth. You better act fast, though. Cavities have a tendency to spread and wreak havoc!   What is a [...]

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Dental emergencies to look out for in children

February 6th, 2019|0 Comments

Children are way more sensitive when it comes to their health, whether it is medical or dental related. As soon as your child complains of mouth pain or toothache, it is important that you get him/her to the dentist as soon as possible. Children are [...]

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How does cool drink affect your teeth?

January 31st, 2019|0 Comments

Few things are more satisfying than an ice cold cool drink on a hot summer’s day. New studies, however, suggest that carbonated sugary beverages (also called fizzy or soft drinks) may not only be bad for your waist line, but absolutely terrible for your teeth. [...]