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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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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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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 I need a tooth filling? Tips from a Claremont Dentist

Are you looking for a dentist in Claremont that can offer you absolute peace of mind before, during and after your visit? Cloud 9 Dental makes every effort to make sure your visit with us is anything but stressful.

Many of us avoid going to the dentist for as long as possible. This delay in having routine check-ups or treatments done can result in some unpleasant dental issues.

Fillings are easily one of the most commonly required treatments. Having a tooth filled is a simple procedure and can provide you with relief from some very uncomfortable symptoms.

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Good Oral Hygiene - Why Regular Dental Cleanings are Crucial

The process of dental cleaning involves the removal of dental plaque from teeth with the intention of preventing cavities, gingivitis, and other gum diseases such as periodontal disease.

People often take it upon themselves to care for their oral hygiene but what most people don’t know is that routine brushing and flossing does not clean your teeth entirely.

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We asked our Dentist in Claremont about Fluoride for Kids

As parents, we want our kids to healthy teeth.

At our dentist in Claremont, the children’s dental health is especially important to us, because good oral hygiene from a young age will lead healthy teeth later in life.

In this article, we aim to teach parents about the importance of regular topical fluoride applications and the problems that might arise from too much fluoride intake.

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How to get rid of bad breath? Helpful Tips from your Dentist

Bad breath otherwise medically known as Halitosis, can have a major effect on your quality of life and overall self-confidence.

Not only does it affect our day to day lives and interactions with family and friends, but it also may create may rather embarrassing encounters which may result in you being reluctant to speak.

Luckily, bad breath can be treated and prevented once you are able to understand what is causing it.

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Toothache - The Causes, Symptoms and Treatments

There are several reasons you may have toothache, in this article we’ll be discussing possible causes of toothache, symptoms and treatments.

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5 Reasons your Child needs regular Dental Check-ups - Tips from a Dentist in Claremont

As a child dentist based in Claremont, we have seen the consequences of what happens when children are not taken for regular dental check-ups.

We recommend that you start bringing your child to see us within 6 months after their first teeth appear or at 12 months of age, whichever comes first.

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Dental Care during Pregnancy - Health Safety Do's and Don'ts

During pregnancy, it’s extremely important to take good care of your teeth and gums.

The problem is, pregnancy causes hormonal changes that increase your risk of developing gum disease which, in turn, can affect the health of your developing baby.

For your convenience, our dentists in Claremont have put together a few tips that will help you maintain good oral hygiene before, during and after pregnancy.

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