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.
The eruption of teeth in different stages are classified as Incisors, Canines, Premolars & molars and then Wisdom Teeth. Dentists term wisdom teeth as third molars. It usually erupts between the ages of 17 and 21.
As the tooth erupts after a person becomes mature, it is known as wisdom tooth. It appears in the last of the mouth. Normally, our mouth contains 28 teeth. It will become 32 after the eruption of 4 wisdom teeth.
Tooth Enamel is the hardest substance in our body and it is very harder than our bones. It is the outer surface of a tooth that protects the dentin, pulp and other softer connecting tissues present inside our teeth.
Enamel is composed of minerals like hydroxyapatite and proteins. Normally, a tooth enamel contains 75% minerals, 4% water and 1% proteins. In spite of its hardness, the enamel is susceptible to bacteria and got eroded which is termed as enamel erosion. Read More…
Dental Pulp is the soft tissue which is located in the middle of a tooth beneath the outer enamel and dentin. It contains connecting tissues, nerves and blood vessels. The pulp is responsible for supplying nutrients to the surrounding areas of a tooth.
The nerves of a tooth lie with the root canals. When there is an infection in the nerves or pulp, it will affect the root canal of the tooth. Such diseased tooth can be cured with Root canal treatment.
When is root canal therapy required? Read More…
Some food items which are actually good for our health may affect our teeth. It is sure that all eatables available in a grocery are not good for our teeth. But chewing gums which are easily available helps us to keep our mouth clean.
How does chewing gum help me to clean my mouth? Read More…
Do you feel pain in a tooth when you drink tea or coffee, eating ice creams and while biting fruits? Are you feeling wincing in your tooth while brushing and flossing? Does your tooth pain while you breathing through your mouth?
Many people conceal their teeth even while smiling because of the yellow appearance of their teeth. Such embarrassment resists most of us to give a beautiful smile to our dear ones. People would like to consume teeth whitening products because of their intent to make their teeth more whitish and brighter.
Instead of applying such chemical products, we can prefer techniques which whiten our teeth naturally. What are they? Let us see. Read More…