Essential Vitamins and Minerals for Your Teeth

Vitamin

Everyone knows that diet plays a crucial role in our health, but diet is also extremely important for our oral health. Of course, foods that you eat, such as sugar, can immediately impact your teeth; however, vitamins, nutrients, and minerals that we consume from foods and supplements have a larger role in our oral health […]

Bone Grafting For Dental Implants

Bone Grafting

A bone graft in a dental implant is a bone graft operation in the jaw sinuses to create a suitable substrate for implant placement. Bone grafts in dental implants are performed on people who cannot have new teeth implanted due to weakness in the jawbone. We can refer to the sinus lift to introduce a […]

Botox at the Dental Office

Botox at the Dental Office

Botox has revolutionized cosmetic healthcare a lot of times you think about going to your dermatologist or maybe your primary care for botox. but can dentists also do it? one of the most common things we think about when we talk about botox is wrinkle reduction. over time, smiling, stress, has hindered the elasticity of […]

Impacted Canine ​Exposure & Treatment

Impacted Canine

When teeth are trapped beneath the gums are grow partially into the mouth, this is called an impassioned. This can occur when there isn’t enough space in the mouth for teeth to emerge properly. While some impacted teeth can simply be extracted, impacted canine and other adult teeth must be guided into their proper place […]

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 […]

DRY SOCKET – Infection After Tooth Extraction

Dry Socket

We’re going to be looking at a so much common post-extraction complication – dry sockets. A dry socket, or alveolar osteitis, occurs when a blood clot fails to form in a socket post-extraction or is dislodged or lost from the socket before healing has occurred. The blood clot forms two purposes following an extraction. Firstly, […]

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 […]

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 […]

Sensitive Tooth

Sensitive Tooth

Tooth sensitivity is an oral disease in which the tooth is in contact with certain substances and with hot or cold temperatures is associated with toothache. Toothache in this condition is sudden and temporary. Pain starts in the tooth nerve. The sensitivity of the teeth is usually caused by erosion of the enamel or exposure […]

Dental Care for Baby Teeth

Dental Care for Baby Teeth

The first step to health is to prevent and treat the disease in its early stages. Every person has two series of teeth during their life: baby teeth and permanent teeth grow in the mouth from the age of 6 months to 3 years. From the age of 6 to 12, milk teeth gradually fall […]