Saturday, February 22, 2020

Tooth decay is one of the commonest reasons why patients present to the dentist. Amazingly, most people are not aware of the presence of a hole on their tooth/teeth until after the first episode of tooth pain. Some people can even be aware of the presence of...
An article had been written on the causes of mouth odour. In this write-up, we would be discussing the remedies for mouth odour. Most of the preventive tips are usually what an individual can do at home without necessarily visiting the dentist. However, if...
It is worrisome when you see someone with the normal colour of teeth requesting for teeth whitening. When the American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry asked people what they’d most like to improve about their smile, the most common response was whiter teeth. The American Association of Orthodontists also...
A dental abscess is a collection of pus that can form inside the teeth, in the gums, or in the bone that holds the teeth in place. It's caused by a bacterial infection. There are two types of dental abscess, a gum abscess (also...
Bleeding from the gum is one of the main reasons why most people present at the dentist's office. Several causes have been identified as being responsible for bleeding from the gum. The commonest cause being poor oral hygiene. There are several ways to stop bleeding from the...
Teeth cracks and breaks represent a significant number of dental visits. The treatment you require depends on various factors, such as the degree of the crack and the location of the tooth, the tooth’s specific history of treatment, and the presence of decay and infection. Most dental...
You may have taken great care of your teeth over the years. You’ve brushed and flossed, kept them clean and white, and for the most part, you’re proud of your smile. The only problem is, there is a slowly growing dark spot right in the center of...
Scaling and polishing are two of the most common dental procedures intended for prophylaxis (or prevention of disease). Everyone is advised to brush their teeth at least three times a day or after every meal to avoid teeth damage. However, there are cases where...
The color of your teeth is dependent on a variety of factors. While genetics do play a role in the shade of your teeth, your lifestyle, tooth injuries, and even certain medications can also have an impact. Teeth staining can be either intrinsic or extrinsic. 
If you are dealing with missing teeth, you’ll understand the many problems they can cause. Eating certain foods is almost impossible, and you just don’t like the way you look when you smile. Photos are out of the question! Fortunately, there are many excellent...
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