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Understanding Why People Need Wisdom Teeth Removed

2021-01-13T19:41:32+00:00By |Wisdom Teeth|

Understanding Why People Need Wisdom Teeth Removed What Are Wisdom Teeth? Wisdom teeth represent the eighth tooth of the medial (central) line in the human jaw. They develop relatively late. Their mineralization ends in 13/14 years, and their emergence is from 18 to 25 years. They have that name since the eighteenth century. According to [...]

Protecting Your Child’s Teeth

2021-01-13T19:42:38+00:00By |Children's Dentistry|

Protecting Your Child's Teeth Pediatric dentistry studies physiological and pathological processes in the child's teeth. The tasks of pediatric dentistry are: the prevention and treatment of clinical manifestations of pathological processes in the oral cavity and the teeth, building trust in children to accept dental work, advising the parents and children about possible to act [...]

Everything You Need to Know About Veneers

2021-01-03T18:04:44+00:00By |Veneers|

Everything You Need to Know About Veneers We all want to have a beautiful smile, but dental issues like chipped and stained teeth can easily ruin it. Fortunately, thanks to the advancements in cosmetic dentistry, it is now possible for patients to address a variety of teeth problems and get their smiles back. Getting dental [...]

Everything You Need to Know About Tooth Fractures

2020-12-12T01:18:05+00:00By |Toothaches|

Everything You Need to Know About Tooth Fractures Dental fractures are not a rarity. In fact, they are a problem that affects people of all ages. However, they are more common in patients aged 25 and above. The problem with dental fractures is that they are quite hard to diagnose. Fortunately, once diagnosed, they are [...]

Harmful Effects of Tobacco Use and Oral Health

2020-11-21T01:47:33+00:00By |Oral Health|

Harmful Effects of Tobacco Use and Oral Health Tobacco consumption is bad for oral health. Whether you are a smoker or someone who indulges in chewing products, it is important to understand how tobacco affects oral health, in general, and oral cavity, in particular. In this article, we get into details and inform our readers [...]

Here’s Why Fluoride Is Important for Your Teeth and Here’s How You Can Get It

2020-11-07T18:35:08+00:00By |Oral Health|

Here's Why Fluoride Is Important for Your Teeth and Here's How You Can Get It Acid-producing bacteria damage teeth and cause tooth decay. Over the last few years, healthcare professionals' interest in fluoride as a teeth-protecting agent has grown considerably. Research has shown that fluoride protects the teeth against the action of cavity-causing bacteria by [...]

Oral Issues Caused by Excessive Stress

2020-10-15T01:16:03+00:00By |Oral Cancer|

Oral Issues Caused by Excessive Stress 2020 has changed life as we knew it -- there is uncertainly in everything we see. We are dealing with a pandemic that refuses to die down, making stress an integral part of our lives. Parents, especially, are constantly living under fear and anxiety. Earlier this year, a survey [...]

Oral Cancer and Why You Should Never Miss a Dental Appointment

2020-10-10T02:20:00+00:00By |Oral Cancer|

Oral Cancer and Why You Should Never Miss a Dental Appointment Oral cancer is the cancer of the oral cavity, which includes cheeks, lips, sinuses, tongue, throat, the floor of the mouth, and the hard and the soft palate. Oral cancer must be taken seriously as it can be life-threatening. The good thing is [...]

Tips on What Parents Can Do to Make Their Child Brush Twice Every Day

2020-09-23T17:49:04+00:00By |Children's Dentistry|

Tips on What Parents Can Do to Make Their Child Brush Twice Every Day It is hard for parents to convince children to brush their teeth every day, we realized this after we became parents to a beautiful and strong-minded daughter who prefers to do things her way. We spent hours explaining to her why [...]

Here’s What You Must Know If You Have an Abscessed Tooth

2020-09-05T18:16:44+00:00By |Dental Problems|

Here's What You Must Know If You Have an Abscessed Tooth When a tooth develops an infection within it or around it, the infected tooth is called an abscessed tooth. Not only is an abscessed tooth painful, but the biggest problem with this condition is also that the infection in the affected tooth can easily [...]

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