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The Tooth Hurts: What to Do Pre- and Post-Wisdom Teeth Removal

After suffering from a horrible toothache for days, your dentist recommends having your wisdom tooth removed. If you’ve never had dental surgery before, you may feel slight apprehension toward undergoing the procedure. If you do, here’s a guide on what to do before, during, and after wisdom teeth removal to build your courage for your …

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How Not to Get Knocked Down by the Flu

The flu season in Singapore typically runs between December and February. This time of the year, the country experiences colder than usual temperatures that trigger coughs, colds and other respiratory infections. Children and adults alike get affected by the temperature drop and suffer from symptoms, which include sore throat, runny nose, fever, joint pains and dry cough. When phlegm …

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Pain Management Options in Post-Surgical Patients

There are times when surgery becomes the best treatment alternative for your condition. Most patients want to get back on their feet and back to their activities of daily living as soon as possible after their operation. Others cannot wait to get back home and recuperate. While all these reasons are understandable, getting discharged from …

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Towards Healthier Teeth

Having straighter teeth means having a smile that’s more visually appealing and a mouth that’s easier to keep clean. These days, dentists have many different methods of moving their patients’ teeth into more effective positions. The patient’s comfort is fully considered. Many modern braces use tooth-coloured and transparent materials, so they’re barely noticeable when the …

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