Friday, 29 September 2023



-Eat healthy food,especially lots of veggies!
-Avoid sweets and sodas
-Stick to a consistent brushing and flossing routine
- Drink plenty of water
-Never use teeth as a gift opener

Schedule your post holidays check up and cleaning now to keep your smile merry bright all year long!

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iDent, Idyll Dental Clinic

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Monday, 28 August 2023

What is smile designing?


What is smile designing?

Smile designing is a cosmetic dental procedure that aims to improve the aesthetics of a person’s smile through various treatments tailored to their unique dental needs. 

A well-designed smile can significantly enhance a person’s self-confidence and overall well-being. This article will provide an overview of smile designing, its benefits, and what it entails.

How can you check whether you need a Smile Design?

  Are there any spaces between your teeth?
  Do you have any missing teeth?
  Are any of your teeth shorter than the others?
  Are the canine teeth (corner) too prominent?
  Do you have a gummy smile?
  Have your gums receded or are they swollen?
  Do you have any silver (mercury) fillings in your teeth?
  Do you have any old crowns that do not match your natural teeth?
  Do the teeth look white or are they somewhat yellow, dark or stained?
  When being photographed, do you smile normally or is the smile restricted?
  Do you shy from showing a full smile in front of strangers?
  Are you embarrassed to visit a dentist due to the condition of your teeth?       

To know more, visit us.

iDent, Idyll Dental Clinic

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Friday, 18 August 2023

Oral effects of Vitamin B2 deficiency


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Monday, 31 July 2023

Rheumatoid Arthritis and Dental Health.


Braces vs Aligners – Which Will Suit You Better?


Braces vs Aligners – Which Will Suit You Better?       

Braces made of metal or porcelain and are attached to your teeth. Metal wires and rubber bands are then used to provide a force to help the teeth move into into the correct position.


Applicable to all cases: Whereas aligners can treat most cases, braces can be used treat all cases. That means braces are always an option.

Variety of braces: Braces can be various types of metal braces, with or without colours. There are also porcelain braces which are much more discreet than regular metal braces.

Compliance: Because the braces are fixed to your teeth, you cannot forget to wear them, or lose them. This can be useful for some patients if they are not internally motivated to comply with wearing aligners adequately


Hygiene: It is much more challenging to clean your teeth with braces rather than aligners. If cleaning is not done adequately, real damage can occur to the teeth.

Diet: With braces attached to your teeth, your diet will need to be modified. Hard foods (or night time grinding) can cause breakages which can slow or stop your treatment progress. Also, as you are more prone to decay with braces on

Comfort: Generally speaking, braces are more likely to cause discomfort as they can rub on the cheeks and lips. 

Appearance: Braces (even the porcelain ones) are more noticeable than aligners. This is important for some patients depending on their occupation, hobbies and personality.

Appointments: The appointments needed for braces tend to be longer and more involved, with active adjustments needed to be carried out in the chair. There may be a need for more frequent visits as well.

Aligners are made of plastic and are custom made to fit your teeth. Each aligner moves the teeth step by step towards the final position. Small bumps of composite resin (tooth coloured filling material) are attached to various teeth to help the aligner grip the tooth so it can be moved correctly.


     Appearance: Aligners are less noticeable than braces as they are clear and custom                       made to fit your teeth.

Diet: You will still be able to eat the foods you like. Some foods are difficult or uncomfortable to eat with braces and can cause breakages which can delay treatment and require extra visits to have repairs carried out.

Hygiene: As your aligners are removable, you can brush and floss as per normal. .

Appointments: As the tooth movement is pre-planned by your Orthodontist, the actual visits to the practice are usually much simpler and, in some cases, can be fewer overall. 

Comfort: Generally speaking, aligners are more comfortable than braces. Although the teeth can still be somewhat tender as they begin to move, the lips and cheeks tend to be less irritated .


Compliance: Aligners need to be worn 22 hours a day to be effective. This means they are only removed for eating and cleaning. Compliance equals results!

Effectiveness: Aligners can treat most cases, but not all. In complex situations, your orthodontist may recommend braces rather than aligners

Cost: In some cases, the cost of aligners can be more than braces. However, in many cases they are similar or the same. 

Thursday, 13 July 2023

What to do if you lose a tooth?

 What to do if you lose a tooth? 


If you have a tooth knocked out, it’s important to act fast. First, you should find the tooth and rinse it with water. Be careful not to touch the root of the toot or clean it with any other solution, as this can damage it

Treatment procedures that may be recommended for a lost tooth:

1) Dental Re-implantation

2) Dental Restoration

3) Replacement (implants, bridges or dentures)

To know more, visit us.

iDent, Idyll Dental Clinic

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Monday, 19 June 2023

Save your enamel, save your teeth.


                           SAVE YOUR ENAMEL,SAVE YOUR TEETH

                      Your enamel is the hardest part of your body.

The enamel is the outermost layer of your teeth. Like a hard shell, its primary purpose is to protect the rest of the tooth.

 The enamel is mostly made of calcium and phosphate, like your bones, but is stronger because of the specific proteins and crystallites that form it.


                                   But it isn’t invincible.

Even though it’s there to protect your teeth, the enamel can still chip or crack, and it isn’t safe from decay

. Sugars and acids, like those found in soft drinks, interact with bacteria in your mouth and attack your enamel, which marks the start of tooth decay.

Soft drinks are particularly damaging when you drink them often, or slowly throughout the day.


Tips for Protecting and Maintaining Tooth Enamel

Brush and Floss Regularly

Avoid Acids and Sugary Foods and Drinks

Visit Your Dentist Regularly

Not Using Fluoride

Eat plenty of fruits, veggies, and dairy products

                                                                     To know more, visit us. 

iDent, Idyll Dental Clinic

To book an appointment with us:

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Wednesday, 31 May 2023

World no tobacco day!


How Smoking Affects Your Teeth and Oral Cavity

The number of ways that smoking can affect your oral health is not a small list. It's a solemn one. If you're a smoker, parts of this list are obvious — but most are alarming.

·                    Stained Teeth, Bad Breath, Loss of Smell and Taste.

·         Weakened Immune System.

·         Gum and Periodontal Disease.

·         Tooth Decay and Loss

·         Mouth Sores and Ulcers

·         Oral Cancer

 What Steps Can You Take To Quit Smoking

Smoking Counseling and Your Dentist

Dentists play an important role in tobacco cessation and can increase your rate of successfully quitting. They will analyze your oral health and treat you for the present problem. They can make a plan for you to quit tobacco.

1.       Get Ready: Set your date to quit.

2.       Lean On Your Support System: Utilize your friends, family, and health professionals to help you along.

3.       Create Distractions: When urges to smoke arise, shift your focus to something else (exercise, hobby, etc.).

4.       Medicate As Necessary: Speak with your doctor about the benefits of using prescription or over-the-counter medications.

How can my dentist help me?

A visit to the dentist is an important first step. You need to disclose your full medical history With the help from your dentist, you can start your journey to quit. It’s never too late to get a healthy and strong teeth


They will recommend a treatment for you. After this a suitable treatment will be discussed with you and you can start the advised treatment. Along with this, your dentist will assist you in tobacco cessation.