When a person’s gums start to bleed it is more than just annoying. It is also something that can be a sign of a substantial type of disease. It will be critical for anyone to work with some processes that can work with a number of different things with regards to how different types of…

If you have sensitive teeth, brushing too hard or using the wrong toothbrush altogether can make symptoms worse. Learn the proper technique for brushing your teeth. When it comes to brushing your teeth, there is such a thing as proper technique. Brushing too hard — or using the wrong toothbrush — can damage your teeth…

Regular dental visits vary from visits every three months, six months to once a year depending on your oral health status. Many individuals only visit the dentist when they experience a problem that is causing them discomfort or is troublesome, but it should be considered that many of these problems could be prevented if the…

A lot can happen to your mouth in eight hours especially when you’re sleeping and bacteria are gathering on your teeth. But don’t let the thought of nasty plaque, cavities, tartar, or gingivitis stop you from getting a good night’s rest. There are many ways to maintain your oral health while you sleep. Here are eight tips…

From chewing on ice to using whitening treatments, a number of things can cause tooth sensitivity. Here’s how to figure out the source of sudden discomfort. If you suddenly feel twinges or shock-like pain in your teeth, it’s time to investigate. The American Academy of Endodontists (AAE) describes tooth sensitivity as a brief sensation caused by a…

Many people out there are ones that will need to deal with different types of braces for their dental health needs. This is something good to see because many people think that dental braces work more with younger people than adults. However, the truth is that braces are open for everyone regardless of age. Dental…

If you’re pregnant, your dentist needs to know about the first signs of gum disease symptoms. Pregnant women are at increased risk for periodontal disease because the increased levels of progesterone that come with pregnancy cause an exaggerated response to plaque bacteria. As a result, pregnant women are more likely to develop gingivitis even if…

What is an Inlay? An inlay is a pre-moulded filling fitted into the grooves of a tooth and do not extend over the cusps of tooth. The patient is numbed using a local anaesthetic and the dentist drills the tooth to remove and clean out the decay in the tooth. This is one of the…

Metal-free crowns are a type of highly aesthetic restorations entirely made of ceramic. They can imitate natural characteristics of teeth, transmitting light like natural teeth. In such cases it is impossible to make a difference between Metal-free crowns and natural teeth. Their interior is made of materials described as biocompatible, which means that they do…

Why teeth turn yellow? There are two types of whitening because there are two main ways that teeth turn yellow. For everyone, teeth yellowing is a normal part of aging. Our hair turns gray and our teeth turn yellow. It’s the inner part of the tooth called dentin—not the outer enamel—that yellows. As teeth repair themselves, the new…

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