Dr Tanya Dental Clinic

Dr Tanya Dental Clinic

Dr Tanya Dental Clinic brings you a happy smile! Over 10 years experience in Family,Cosmetic and Restorative Dentistry. We use latest technologies and quality materials

Mission: At Dr Tanya Dental Clinic we believe in a proactive approach to dentistry, accessible care for a lifetime of healthy smiles. With your help we strive to develop a dentist-patient partnership that is focused on promoting your long term health rather than merely correcting what is bothering you today.

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[02/20/20]   Dr Tanya is rejoining the team in Arusha from 1 st to 21 st of March.
Your smile is our priority . Karibu wote

Dr Tanya will be in Arusha from 4 th of December till 8 th of January.

Amalgam ( metal ) fillings due to their long-lasting presence in the mouth should be controlled regulary and replaced as needed, as most of them have developed caries beneath them ...
Also dental amalgam contains elemental mercury. It releases low levels of mercury in the form of a vapor that can be inhaled and absorbed by the lungs. High levels of mercury vapor exposure are associated with adverse effects in the brain and the kidneys.

Meet our new doctor Dr Dragisha Nikolovski.

[09/23/19]   Dr Tanya will be in Arusha from 24 th of September until 16 th of October. Meanwile Dr Dragisha Nikolovski is our attending doctor. Karibu vote.
Always best service

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[02/13/19]   Halitosis or bad breath is a common problem that can cause significant psychological distress. There are a number of potential causes and treatments available.

The best treatment for bad breath is regular brushing, flossing, and hydration.

Although bad breath is associated with certain diseases, oral hygiene is the most common cause.

The best method to reduce halitosis is good oral hygiene.
Brushing and flossing ensure the removal of small particles of food that can build up and slowly break down, producing odor. A film of bacteria called plaque builds up if brushing is not regular. This plaque can irritate the gums and cause inflammation between the teeth and gums called periodontitis. Dentures that are not cleaned regularly or properly can also harbor bacteria that cause halitosis.This ensures that cavities are avoided and reduces the likelihood of gum disease.

It is recommended that individuals visit the dentist for a check-up and cleaning twice a year.

The dentist may recommend a toothpaste that includes an antibacterial agent or an antibacterial mouthwash.

Alternatively, if gum disease is present, professional cleaning may be necessary to clear out the build-up of bacteria in pockets between the gums and teeth.

Other potential causes of bad breath include:

Tobacco:
Tobacco products cause their own types of mouth odor. Additionally, they increase the chances of gum disease which can also cause bad breath.
Food:
The breakdown of food particles stuck in the teeth can cause odors. Some foods such as onions and garlic can also cause bad breath. After they are digested, their breakdown products are carried in the blood to the lungs where they can affect the breath.
Dry mouth:
Saliva naturally cleans the mouth. If the mouth is naturally dry or dry due to a specific disease, such as xerostomia, odors can build up.

Crash diets:
Fasting and low-carbohydrate eating programs can produce halitosis. This is due to the breakdown of fats producing chemicals called ketones. These ketones have a strong aroma.
Drugs:
Certain medications can reduce saliva and, therefore, increase odors.
Mouth, nose, and throat conditions:
Sometimes, small, bacteria-covered stones can form on the tonsils at the back of the throat and produce odor. Also, infections or inflammation in the nose, throat, or sinuses can cause halitosis.
Diseases:
Some cancers, liver failure, and other metabolic diseases can cause halitosis, due to the specific mixes of chemicals that they produce. Gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD) can cause bad breath due to the regular reflux of stomach acids.

[01/09/19]   Chewing gum is a great way to help improve your overall oral health, and when you choose a xylitol gum ( sugar free gum) you’re adding an extra benefit.

The Benefits of Xylitol Gum
Xylitol gum helps inhibit cavity-causing bacteria. Xylitol is the perfect sweetener for chewing gum because the bacteria living on our teeth cannot digest it and it interferes with how they hold on to our teeth. This means they starve and die off rather than produce the acid that causes tooth decay., or they just get washed away Xylitol gum can also help remineralize teeth and help relieve dry mouth. Chewing gum on its own helps promote oral health, helps clean teeth, and helps freshen breath.2015 study found that chewing sugar-free gum especially Xylittol based one for 10 minutes could remove up to 100 million bacteria from the mouth.
Researchers hope to develop a gum that specifically targets pathogenic bacteria

[01/09/19]   Did you know

In 1869, William F. Semple (1834-1922), a dentist in Ohio was the first inventor to patent chewing gum. Semple hoped that people would be able to clean their teeth with it.

Dentist William James Morrison (1860-1926) of Nashville, Tennessee, invented the cotton candy machine, called the Fairy Floss Machine, in the nineteenth century. The machine that he designed still works today just as it did then.

Happy Holidays from all of us at Dr Tanya Dental!

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We highly appreciate the way you perceive and interact with our services, brand, and company. We are fully aware that your feedback is invaluable for our company’s growth and your satisfaction is our main goal. We appreciate taking your time to fill in the survey and providing us your opinion.

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Men's Oral Health Awareness
Oral and dental health is important for men and women alike, but there are differences between them that can put one or the other at a higher risk for certain issues like cavities, gum disease, and other common dental problems. Men are more likely to neglect oral health issues that they're experiencing, which makes them more likely to suffer from these difficult occurrences.

::Taking the First Leap and Going to the Dentist
It can seem inconvenient or simply unnecessary to go to the dentist. Unfortunately, skipping this crucial step to your health will result in furthering any problems that you may not currently know about.

Many oral and dental health issues aren't noticeable to the naked eye, which is why you always have x-rays completed during your routine visits. If there's something underneath the line of sight that you can't recognize, the problem will only get worse and can cause pain, infection, and potential tooth loss. While these appointments are typically harmless, it can be nerve-wracking to take this step - many patients haven't gone to the dentist in a very long time and they would rather avoid unwelcome news if they can, even though it won't solve any problems.

::Gum Disease Strikes before You Know It
One of the most common, but preventable diseases that people of all ages face is periodontitis, also known as gum disease. More than 60% of men have some form of infection in their gums, that could render them to suffer from other overall health issues, including heart disease, prostate issues, and more.

Inflammation is the main cause of both gum disease, as well as the connection to the other health problems. The inflamation can damage your blood vessels if bacteria gets into the bloodstream. By brushing twice a day, flossing at least once a day, and maintaining a balanced diet, men are more likely to live a longer, healthier life.

At Dr. Tanya Dental Clinic we'd like the male patients of all ages to understand the importance of oral and dental health and how we're able to help. Give our office a call today at 0754-570357 and we'll be able to schedule your appointment on the best date and time that works for you.

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Tobacco breaks hearts - World No Tobacco Day 2018

May 31 is World No Tobacco Day, an annual awareness day sponsored by the World Health Organization (WHO) since 1987 to highlight the health risks associated with tobacco use and encourage governments to adopt effective policies to reduce smoking and other tobacco use.

The focus of World No Tobacco Day 2018 is "Tobacco and heart disease." Tobacco use is a major risk factor for cardiovascular disease (CVD), including coronary heart disease, stroke, and peripheral vascular disease (a narrowing of arteries). WHO says knowledge among much of the public that tobacco is a leading cause of CVD is low.

World No Tobacco Day 2018 aims to:

- Highlight the links between the use of tobacco products and heart and other cardiovascular diseases.
- Increase awareness within the broader public of the impact tobacco use and exposure to second-hand smoke have on cardiovascular health.
- Provide opportunities for the public, governments and others to make commitments to promote heart health by protecting people from use of tobacco products.
- Encourage countries to strengthen implementation of the proven tobacco control measures.

Let us join the awereness campaign!

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Tobacco use is a major cause of cardiovascular disease, including coronary heart disease, stroke and peripheral vascular disease. Despite the devastating har...

[02/15/18]   Getting Teeth

1.When do babies typically start getting teeth in -- and how long does it take for all the teeth to come in?

Starting at around 3 months of age, infants begin to show outward signs that baby teeth are coming. They produce more saliva and will put their fingers in their mouths. This drooling can go on for several weeks before you'll see a tooth. Infants typically get their first tooth between ages 5 and 12 months. The bottom incisors emerge first, followed by the top incisors. Usually around 2 years of age, a toddler has a full set of teeth,

2.How do I know if my baby is teething -- or just being cranky or sick?

Parents know firsthand that teething can make your baby cranky and even cause a mild fever. However, any temperature above 101 degrees( 38 Celsius) is likely from an infection rather than teething. If an infant has a temperature, excessive irritability, decreased eating, increased sleeping, or other symptoms such as vomiting, a cough, or a rash, it is unlikely that teething is the culprit. If your infant is experiencing such symptoms, or the irritability is excessive, you should touch base with your pediatrician.

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[02/22/17]   E-cigarettes 'just as harmful as tobacco' for oral health

In a study published in the journal Oncotarget, researchers found that the chemicals present in electronic cigarette (e-cigarette) vapor were equally as damaging - in some cases, more damaging - to mouth cells as tobacco smoke.

Such damage can lead to an array of oral health problems, including gum disease, tooth loss, and mouth cancer.

E-cigarettes are battery-operated devices containing a heating device and a cartridge that holds a liquid solution. The heating device vaporizes the liquid - usually when the user "puffs" on the device - and the resulting vapor is inhaled.

While e-cigarette liquids do not contain tobacco - a highly harmful component of conventional cigarettes - they do contain nicotine and other chemicals, including flavoring agents.

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Kwangulelo,Baraa Plot No 36/37, Arusha- Moshi Road After Snow Crest Hotel
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Monday 08:30 - 18:00
Tuesday 08:30 - 18:00
Wednesday 08:30 - 18:00
Thursday 08:30 - 18:00
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