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Tooth Splinting

Tooth splinting is a procedure that allows you to fix the position of loose dental units, as well as evenly distribute the chewing load on them. During the period of wearing the structure, the process of loosening of the teeth stops, and the periodontal tissues regenerate and restore their supporting properties. Thus, the teeth are strengthened in...

Cuts or Soft Tissue Injuries in the Mouth

The soft tissues in the mouth are delicate and sensitive, and when they are injured, the pain can be unbearable. The soft tissues in the mouth include the tongue, cheeks, gums and lips.  Soft tissues, which include the cheeks, gums, tongue, and lips can injure if you by accident bite down on them, fall, if you are in an accident, or if you pu...

Broken Braces Wires

During orthodontic treatment, you have to face many problems such as loose or broken wire, bracket, elastics, springs, and others. What happens when your braces wire breaks? Broken braces or wire can rub or poke your cheek, tongue, or gums. They can also cut your mouth or cause it to bleed. Moreover, this may interrupt tooth movement in s...

Lost Crown or Filling

are caps that go on teeth to cover damage or other flaws. Fillings are material placed inside teeth that have been damaged due to cavities or . Crowns and fillings can fall out over time, but is this considered a ? Find out if you should be looking for an emergency dentist on  when you lose a filling or crown. Causes of Lost...

Dental Trauma

Dental trauma is injury to the mouth, including teeth, lips, gums, tongue, and jawbones. The most common dental trauma is a broken or lost tooth. Dental trauma may be inflicted in a number of ways: contact sports, motor vehicle accidents, fights, falls, eating hard foods, drinking hot liquids, and other such mishaps. As oral tissues are highly sen...

Fractured Tooth

Are you in pain and feel like you have a fractured tooth? Do you need to know what treatments are available? Do you need to know if you should have the tooth fixed or pulled? A fractured tooth can be very painful and it is important to know where to find the right information for getting it fixed in a timely manner. Read below where Exper...

Gum Disease

Gum disease – also known as periodontal disease and periodontitis – is an inflammatory condition affecting the tissues surrounding a tooth, and is the leading cause of tooth loss. Once it sets in, the toxins produced by the bacteria damage the teeth’s connective tissue and bone, effectively destroying them and fostering tooth loss. Types...

Dental Veneers

Dental veneers are thin, tooth-coloured shells or coverings made of porcelain or various types of composite materials that are placed over the visible parts of your teeth. These teeth overlays cover the front of each tooth they are applied and look just like natural teeth (but better) and are meant to improve the appearance of your smile. Dental...

Dental Prophylaxis

Dental prophylaxis is a professional cleaning procedure performed to get rid of plaque build-up that regular brushing and flossing can’t reach. Regardless of how diligent you are with , a regular professional dental cleaning is required to stop and the progression of gum disease. Why is dental prophylaxis required? Although yo...

Full Mouth Debridement

A full mouth debridement is a special kind of deep dental cleaning that could be required if a person has heavy plaque tartar build-up on his or her teeth.Patients in need of a full debridement probably won’t have seen a dentist for a checkup or cleaning in a long time, possibly not for years.  Without regular care, it’s common for t...



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