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Don’t Let COVID-19 Stop You from Having Wisdom Teeth Removed

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The COVID-19 pandemic has made people anxious about a visit to the dentist. Having someone look in your mouth — and being treated by someone who looks into many people’s mouths — seems like a risk in the current environment. But dentists have been at the forefront of enacting changes to their practices to ensure the safety of their patients …

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Keep Your Wisdom Teeth? Or Extract Them?

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You will notice that the final teeth that will develop when you’re all grown up would be your wisdom teeth or the third molars. Yes! You have four wisdom teeth and it comes out at the age of 17-21 years old and can be found at the back corner of each mouth.   Sometimes, the wisdom teeth fail to come …

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What new protocols in response to Coronavirus, COVID-19 has BrightSmile Avenue and Asian Square Dental taken to ensure our safety?

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Many of our patients are asking themselves: “Is it safe to visit the dentist at this time due to Coronavirus?” We have continued our unwavering commitment to adhere to existing Center for Disease Control (CDC) infection control guidelines and procedures, Philippine Dental Association(PDA) infection control guidelines and procedures. We have also done our research and have implemented new protocols in …

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Safety Equipment at BrightSmile Avenue and Asian Square Dental Clinics

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As we continue dealing with the COVID-19 global pandemic, it’s reassuring to know there’s a dentist near you with the tools and equipment on-hand to keep you safe. At BrightSmile Avenue and Asian Square Dental Clinics, we are using some of the latest sterilization tools and techniques to keep our patients — and ourselves — safe and disease free. Disposable …

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Additional Dental Fees – Is it a Scam?

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With the COVID-19 pandemic still gripping much of the world, every business has had to make significant changes to their operations. Healthcare in particular has been hard-hit, not just dealing with COVID-19 cases, but actively working to prevent potential further spread. Dental practices have had to undergo significant overhauls to health and safety protocols in response. SARS COV-2, the virus …

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Keeping My Teeth Healthy During Covid-19

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Rough times for everyone. Rough times and let’s admit it… all of us are going through a lot of changes. The Novel Coronavirus (Covid-19), ever since it came into our lives, has disrupted not only work but also the way we exist. Everything may be different at this time, but remember we still have a crucial responsibility of taking care …

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Clinic Updates

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The Philippine Dental community is continuing to adjust to the rapidly changing situation with COVID-19. For now, our clinics are going to focus on providing emergency dental care and give people resources to help protect their oral health. As the situation evolves, we will adjust to local guidelines to ensure the safety of both our patients, staff and community. If …

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Dental Emergencies in the Time of COVID-19

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These are difficult times, but it is important to come together as a community to stop the spread. BrightSmile Avenue and Asian Square Dental Clinics are taking extensive measures to ensure the safety and protection of our community. We appreciate your participation and understanding during these difficult times. As soon as we are able to resume business as usual, our …

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DENTISTRY IN 2020

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Dentistry has always been associated with pain and terrible experiences. It’s as if everyone’s dreading to walk inside a clinic, that it’ll just be gore and bloody when they walk out. Let me set things straight for you. “NO. Seeing a dentist is far likely from a horror movie!”.  Dentistry in the new era. I’ve been a practicing dentist for …