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Gum-Disease

Long term risks of untreated gum diseases

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Oral health can affect many aspects of your life, from eating, smiling, and laughing to your confidence and self-image. When people think about maintaining their oral health, they often pay more attention to their teeth than to their gums. No matter what age you are, gum disease can strike and create significant issues that impact … Continue reading Long term risks of untreated gum diseases

Bruxism

What causes teeth Grinding?

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Bruxism is the medical term for the grinding of teeth or the clenching of jaws. If you have bruxism, you may unconsciously clench your teeth when you’re awake (awake bruxism) or clench or grind them during sleep (sleep bruxism).

Dental Fillings

Different types of dental fillings

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Treating a cavity, an area of decay in a tooth, is a routine part of dental care. There are five types of materials commonly used to fill in space where a cavity has been removed. If you ever need a filling, here’s some helpful information about the different types. You may not always have a … Continue reading Different types of dental fillings

Black Colored Gums

What is Black gum Disease?

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Healthy gum tissue isn’t always pink. Just like skin colour, gum colour varies between different people. Dark patches on gums may also be the result of a variety of factors like medication side effects or tobacco use. Black gums aren’t necessarily a sign of an oral health issue, but seek your dentist if you’re interested … Continue reading What is Black gum Disease?

Checking Blood Pressure

How does uncontrolled blood pressure affect our dental health?

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Gum infection is common Almost five hundredth of the population of the U. S quite the age of thirty experience a range of forms of gum infection

Epilepsy

Epilepsy and Oral Health

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Three million Americans experience the ill effects of epilepsy, a focal sensory system issue bringing about repetitive seizures, which can be startling and possibly perilous. Moreover, seizures may have suggestions for oral wellbeing and dental consideration, as indicated by an article in the July/August 2003 issue of General Dentistry, the clinical, peer-evaluated diary of the … Continue reading Epilepsy and Oral Health

Dental Veneer

How can you detect the tooth infection under veneers?

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Dental veneers are thin layered materials that are used to cover the outer most layer of your teeth. They are usually used for myriad purposes such as covering stains present in teeth, hide the gaps present in teeth and restoring the appearance of the teeth after an accident.

Dental Implants

Risk factors and problems associated with dental implants

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Botox Treatment

Botox use for dental treatments

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Botox is well known amongst the general populace for its myriad uses, especially for cosmetics. In recent years, Botox has been extensively used for a medley of dental purposes. In this article, let us talk about how Botox is used in dental centres to treat dental disorders and to enhance the appearance of your teeth.

Deep Dental Cleaning

Benefits of a deep cleaning treatment

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Known as periodontal cleaning or dental scaling and root planing, a deep cleaning treatment is different from the regular cleanings done on routine follow-ups to the dentist.  This special cleaning is reserved for people who have not seen a dentist in a long time and have significant plaque build-up or those with moderate gum disease.

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