What Happens If You Don’t Brush Your Teeth?

Brush Your Teeth

We recommend that you brush your teeth for two minutes twice a day at 30 seconds per quadrant with a soft-bristled brush..That’s what’s recommended in the UK and Canada.There are certainly other countries that have different recommendations.For example, Korea recommends that you brush your teeth three times a day for three minutes within three minutes […]

Oral lichen planus and the burning mouth syndrome

Oral lichen planus

Oral lichen planus is basically an autoimmune disease we don’t really know what causes it and there isn’t really a predictable cure for it although there are treatments for it. If you have a burning mouth and it’s quite uncomfortable and you don’t know why and your dentist can’t figure out why it’s very possible […]

Sports Drinks and Oral Health

sports drinks

In the case of sports drinks, scientists found that there is a much higher incidence of tooth decay and dental issues in elite athletes versus the general population and this is Interesting that the study was done in Europe. They asked the athletes kind of their home care regimen, how many times they brushed and […]

What Is Hyperdontia? Treatment and Causes

Hyperdontia

Hyperdontia is the presence of extra supernumerary teeth. hyperdontia can be associated with developmental act normal ”Tis” such as cleft lip and/or palate. Gardener simp Rome and Klein of cranial dysplasia hyper Doty of may lead to problems with the alignment of the bite malocclusion and the formation of dentists cysts extra teeth may also […]

Leukoplakia: Causes, Symptoms, Treatment

Leukoplakia

Leuko stands for “white” and plakia for “patch”. Leukoplakia, classified as a potentially malignant disorder, is a white patch that cannot be rubbed of and cannot be clinically diagnosed as any other disease.It has had numerous definitions over the years since it was first defined.In 2005, WHO defined it as “a white plaque of questionable […]

Herpes Oral – Causes, Symptoms, Diagnosis, Treatment

Herpes Oral

Most of the time, when the herpes simplex virus or HSV infects a person, there are no symptoms.It also usually moves from one person to another in the absence of symptoms, so it can therefore move through a population silently. Once in a while, though, it can cause symptoms, and typically those are in the […]

Dental Abscess : Causes, Symptoms, Diagnosis, Treatment

dental abscess

Everyone who has ever had a pimple has had an dental abscess, even though they’re tiny, they’re still abscesses.An abscess forms when normal tissue, like the gingiva or gums and teeth, for example, is split apart and that new space is invaded by nearby pathogens like bacteria.In a healthy mouth, normal or commensal bacteria thrive but don’t […]

Understanding Cracked Tooth Treatment and Symptoms

Cracked Tooth

Sometimes teeth can develop cracks, and when not treated this can have serious consequences for your oral health.Cracks can come from injury, or large fillings that weaken the rest of the tooth. Even small cracks can allow bacteria into the tooth, causing decay or infection, leading to further destruction.A cracked tooth may or may not be sensitive […]

How do you treat Dental Fluorosis?

Dental Fluorosis

Understanding how to treat fluorosis is very important. One is preventing fluorosis so we first had to attempt as far as Public Health dentistry’s consent. We need to attend to people and tell them what is the real reason behind chlorosis so once the fluorosis is already there in the patient’s mouth, it’s very difficult […]

What to Do When You Have A Dry Mouth?

Dry Mouth

Everyone has a dryness of the  mouth once in a while. It happens when we’re nervous, upset, or under stress. That’s perfectly normal. However, if you experience such a thing every day, your mouth is trying to tell you something. It is caused by a decrease in the amount of saliva produced.Here’s some it can […]