Dental Cone Beam CT

Dental Cone Beam CT

Computed tomography (Dental Cone Beam CT) is special X-ray equipment used when dental or normal face imaging does not meet the need. The doctor uses this device to create a three-dimensional image of the teeth, soft tissue, nerve pathway, and bones, all in the form of a scan.This method does not require special preparation, but […]

Cementum – A Dynamic Tissue

Cementum

When it comes to the anatomy of the mouth, the tongue and gums come to mind. These components work in unison to perform vital daily functions such as chewing, eating, and talking. But there are other components behind these parts of the mouth that are very important. The taste buds play a big role in […]

What Are Dental X-RAYS?

Dental X-RAYS?

Radiography is an essential diagnostic tool in dentistry without it. 60% of the cavities in the mouth would not be diagnosed in time. This is why your dentists will suggest that you have x-rays taken regularly. X-rays are inevitably in no way beneficial for health. However, it is essential to know that with today’s technology. […]

Healthy Mouth, Healthy Body

Healthy Mouth Healthy Body

Taking great care of your smile is good for you from head to toe, that’s why dentists say “Healthy Mouth, Healthy Body”.That’s because oral health is connected to overall health. studies showed links between poor oral health and heart issues. people with gum disease have nearly double the risk for heart disease.And poor dental health […]

What Is Cosmetic Bonding?

Cosmetic Bonding

These days there’s no reason to settle for a smile that is less than ideal. Bonding is often used to mean adhesives in dentistry. But dental cosmetic bonding or tooth bonding on its own refers to changing the appearance of someone’s smile for cosmetic purposes. Bonding is typically used for cosmetic purposes to restore and […]

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 […]

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 Is An Overbite

What Is An Overbite

Overbite is a jaw problem. This problem can be caused by asymmetrical growth of the jaw, which causes the maxillary teeth to cover the mandibular teeth.Overbite is the vertical protrusion of the upper teeth on the front teeth.If the upper teeth protrude in childhood, the chances of breaking teeth in adulthood increase because they have […]