A dental abscess is a painful swelling filled with a thick fluid that is yellow in color (pus). There are two types of dental abscess, a gum abscess (also known as a periodontal abscess) and a tooth abscess (also known as a periapical abscess). What causes a dental abscess? Abscesses can form when the inside…

Wisdom teeth, or third molars, are the final teeth to develop in the mouth, usually in our late teens or early twenties. The 4 wisdom teeth are the last teeth in the back of your mouth – top and bottom. Not everyone has wisdom teeth and if they do not crowd other teeth, they can…

Diabetes affects your whole body including your teeth and gums. The effect is even greater when your blood sugar is not well controlled, making it harder to fight bacterial infections. If your high blood sugar is not well controlled, you may have more plaque bacteria than most people. This can put you at a greater…

What to Know if You’re a Mouth Breather Breathing through your mouth, rather than your nose, can come with a host of unpleasant symptoms. Though mouth breathing happens for different reasons in adults and children, the culprit is usually a nasal obstruction. When we breathe normally through the nose, the air we take in is…

Have you ever felt pain or discomfort after a bite of ice cream or a spoonful of hot soup? If so, you’re not alone. While pain caused by hot or cold foods could be a sign of a cavity, it’s also common in people who have sensitive teeth.  In healthy teeth, a layer of enamel protects the crowns…

Dentures are removable appliances that can replace missing teeth and help restore your smile. If you’ve lost all of your natural teeth, whether from gum disease, tooth decay or injury, replacing missing teeth will benefit your appearance and your health. That’s because dentures make it easier to eat and speak better than you could without…

Brushing and flossing are the two daily procedures that we do to keep our teeth clean and healthy. Despite these measures we still feel that our teeth lack that lustre and are afraid to smile bright in public.

A lot of people suffer from this disorder unknowingly, as it usually occurs during sleep. And, unless the constant racket of your grinding is keeping someone else awake, you may not think your sore jaw, restless sleep and general fatigue are symptoms of bruxism.

A diastema is an area of extra space between two or more teeth. The two front teeth of the upper jaw area is where diastema is most frequently seen. Many children experience diastema as primary teeth fall out, though in most cases these spaces close when the permanent teeth erupt.

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…

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