Yes baking soda is effective for removing yellowish caffeine stains from coffee black n tea that I drink daily. Really helps to give the teeth a natural light yellowish color. Sometimes I'd mix it with a bit of activated carbon too.
I use the strips to make it really white. Just me. Lol.
No worries, I'll ask around when I'm in msia again. Thanks.
my husband went for polishing and cleaning and some other things just now. he paid $150 at raffles dental. he came back with gaps in some of the teeth and dentist say his gum is receding. whats the best procedure to save my teeth? what should i do? gum operation? invisalign? braces?
High costs: Why Singaporeans are going elsewhere for dental procedures
Dr CH Tee, who has run a dental clinic in the Taman Sentosa neighbourhood of Johor Bahru for the past two decades, said he has seen an increase in the number of patients from Singapore in recent years.
He estimates that around 30 per cent of his patients now come from across the Causeway, which he attributes to word-of-mouth recommendation among his clientele.
On tech portal HardwareZone's online forum, a thread dating back to 2017 has more than 170 posts on where to go for dental treatment in Johor Bahru.
The thread remains active, with recommendations of particular clinics in the Malaysian city, as well as commenters sharing their experiences with individual dentists and how much clinics there charge for specific procedures.
I made a night guard at their Alpha KSL branch price is cheaper compare to SG but if compare to MY its not so cheap and the quality is only so so.
I don't really like the staff there including the doctor who attended to me, they gave me the vibe like they don't like singaporean. I'll never step in there again.
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