In recent years, there have been several studies about the health benefits of coffee. But still, many believe that coffee is bad for dental health. Find out why. It Can Stain Your Teeth If coffee can stain your crisp, white shirt, your white mug, or your white couch, it can definitely stain your teeth. Sure, tooth enamel is one of the body’s strongest and hardest substances and it might appear […]

There’s something about head pains and injuries that makes them particularly distressing and painful. Ears, eyes and mouths all seem to hurt more intensely than other parts of our bodies. In fact, toothache can become so unbearable so quickly that you can find it hard to push it aside and think about other things. What's more, if you break or knock out a tooth, you may quickly find yourself in […]

Life can be difficult with missing or damaged teeth. Dentures or bridges are one solution, but they come with many disadvantages. People with dentures often worry about issues like plate slippage, so they feel they have to avoid some of their favourite foods, including fruit, corn on the cob, or a delicious steak. Some people feel they need to give up certain activities such as swimming and dancing for fear […]

Are you looking for an adrenaline rush? People who love adventure and extreme sports may choose among many thrilling activities, including skiing and snowboarding. You may have already done these exhilarating activities before, but what if we take the experience a notch higher? Try heli-skiing. What is Heli-Skiing? Heli-skiing is still skiing or snowboarding. The only difference is its mode of travel uphill. Typical skiing or snowboarding uses ski lifts […]

The temporomandibular joint (TMJ) serves as the connection, or the hinge, between the temporal bones found in the skull and the jaw. It plays many crucial roles, particularly jaw mobility that gives you the ability to speak, bite, chew, and yawn. Although strong and durable, this specific joint can still develop issues, resulting in TMJ or temporomandibular disorders (TMD). Problems with the facial muscles can also cause these disorders. Red flags […]