In case of a toothache, your tooth is the source of pain. The pain may be caused due to infection or damage to the tooth nerves. It will produce pain inside or around the tooth. We know that various factors like cavities, Teeth sensitivity, Periodontal diseases, Enamel erosion, TMJ disorders and other dental health issues cause pain in the tooth as a warning signal.
Toothbrushes play an important role in the regimen of our dental hygiene. Without toothbrush, it is very difficult to remove germs, debris and other plaque-causing agents present in our mouth. Dentists reveal that your toothbrush will become a source to infect your oral health if you do not replace your toothbrush for every 3 months.
Bruxism is one of the common dental issues with which many kids and adults are affected. People suffering from bruxism grind or clench their teeth while they are sleeping or waking. Recent stats show that both men and women are affected by this oral health complication in an equal proportion.
Dental abscess is one of the dental issues which needs to be treated immediately. People who are suffering from mouth abscess have higher chances of various oral infections and even brain abscess.
Mouth Abscess occurs due to the deposition of pus in the internal areas of the tooth or other parts of our mouth. Oral bacteria are the main reason behind the built up of pus. The abscess can be formed anywhere in the mouth but teeth and gums are at higher risk of getting infected by the pocket of pus.
Burning Mouth Syndrome (BMS) is a dental health complication which produces burning sensation in the mouth. It causes burning pain in the tip of the tongue, inside the cheeks, lips, gums or widespread areas of our mouth.
BMS does not cause any damage or physical modifications to the organs present in the mouth. The severity and longevity of burning pain vary for each person. Few people may feel the burning sensation in a frequent manner while others may feel it periodically. BMS last for years for some people.
Some infants and adults have enlarged tongue which looks like extended from their mouth and appears swollen. It is termed as Macroglossia.
If our tongue does not a get sufficient space or room in our mouth, the tongue will not confine to the teeth. It extends to the vestibules between the teeth and the lips.
People with crooked and crowded teeth feel embarrassing due to the impact left over by the misaligned teeth. Besides lacking the facial appearance, teeth misalignment provides a way to poor oral hygiene which in result affect our dental health.
The Dental specialists in our dental hospital provide the right dental treatments for our patients to cure the oral and dental problems. But in case of oral surgery like bone grafting and Dental implant surgery, the treated person need to follow certain instructions given by the dental surgeons.
The aftercare instructions are provided in order to reduce the healing time and for faster recovery.
Halitosis (Bad Breath) is the common dental issue adjacent to tooth decay and periodontal diseases. People suffering from this oral issue feel more distress and embarrassing to speak because of the nasty disorder in their mouth. Unlike other major dental diseases, bad breath affects one’s professional and social life along with his/her oral health because nobody likes to stand nearby an unpleasant odor.
Gum disease is one of the dangerous dental risks which are not only prone to our gums. Along with gum tissues, it affects the root and bones that support the tooth. Such infections weaken the bone support of teeth and make the teeth loss. Dental Specialists reveal that gum diseases are also harmful to cause heart diseases and stroke.