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Our Dentists in Claremont Talk About Teeth That Keep Chipping

Our dentists in Claremont see many patients with teeth that keep chipping. Having a tooth that recurrently chips can be frustrating and highly inconvenient.

The enamel coating around your teeth is one of the strongest materials in your body. However, when exposed to ongoing wear and tear or sudden physical trauma, it’s quite possible for the enamel to weaken, resulting in a chipped tooth.

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Temperature Sensitive Teeth – What are the causes and what can you do?

Many people suffer with the discomfort caused by temperature sensitive teeth on a daily basis, making it almost impossible to enjoy a warm cup of coffee or an ice cream on a hot summer’s day.

The truth is that a large number of people with tooth sensitivities eventually learn to live with the pain they experience every time they consume something hot or cold.

However, by understanding what causes tooth sensitivity to cold and hot temperatures, it’s easier to find ways to decrease the level of sensitivity you experience.

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The Different Aspects of Cosmetic Dentistry

With Dr Salie on our team at Cloud 9, we are happy to add the very specialised field of cosmetic dentistry to our range of dental services.

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New Staff Addition with Special Interest in Implant and Aesthetic Dentistry

Cloud 9 Dentists in Claremont Cape Town would like to announce a new addition to our staff and we take this opportunity to warmly welcome Dr Zaid Salie to our team.

Dr Salie has a special interest in aesthetic or cosmetic dentistry as well as implant dentistry and has over 20 years of experience in these fields.

He is passionate about his chosen field of expertise and is excited to welcome you onto his chair.

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6 ways to make your mouth extra kissable

It easy to understand how important it is to make sure your mouth is hygienic and healthy – not only for your own personal comfort, but those around you.

Our Dentist in Cape Town has compiled a short list of things you can do to ensure your oral hygiene is always looked after.

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New Year resolutions to make you smile!

Cloud 9 Dentist Southern Suburbs, Cape Town is where you want to be for all your dental or oral health needs. We are passionate about making sure your smile is as bright as the new year.

As we all know, the festive season often comes with over indulging.

Therefore, the start of the new year is the perfect time to decide on some new year resolutions to improve and maintain a healthy, happy mouth.

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The best time for wisdom teeth removal & tips for post-procedure aftercare

Before considering wisdom teeth removal, you should first check if it’s even necessary. Luckily, there are a number of wisdom teeth symptoms that will quickly prompt you to having them extracted.

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8 Child Oral Hygiene Tips from our Dentist in Cape Town

Our friendly dentist in Cape Town believes that establishing oral hygiene routines from a young age will lay the foundation for healthy teeth and gums all the way into late adulthood.

It’s not a well-known fact that tooth decay can occur as soon as teeth begin to appear. Tooth decay is the root cause of most dental issues including receding gums, bad breath, gingivitis and toothache.

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Do Plastic Straws Protect Your Teeth from Staining and Other Damage?

Our Dentists in Claremont have a strong passion for oral hygiene and are here to provide clarity on all matters and myths related to dental health.

One of the matters that has recently become the subject of most conversations is straws, their environmental impact and whether or not they actually protect your teeth from stains and other potential damage.

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What causes root canal pain and infection?

The main cause for root canal pain and infection is the invasion of bacteria into the pulp of your tooth.

There are certain signs that our dentist will look for in order to establish whether a root canal treatment is necessary or not.

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