What is tartar and How Do Dentists Remove Tartar?

What is tartar

The accumulation of dental tartar on gums and teeth is one of the most common oral problems among the population. It is often associated with oral diseases such as caries or lousy breath and affects the aesthetic level depending on each patient’s situation. This accumulated debris hardens over time on the surface of the teeth, indicating […]

The Implant Retained Denture

Implant Retained Denture

By placing dental implants into the gums, we can provide physical retention for the denture. These attachments are called abutments. The abutments ‘CLICK’ into the denture – firmly hold the denture in place.Since the implant retained denture does not rely on suction to stay in place, the design of these dentures is such that the […]

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 […]

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 […]

How to Relieve Tooth Pain

How to Relieve Tooth Pain

Teeth can hurt a lot and, we’re sure you already know that the best thing you can do is go to your dentist as soon as possible. But if they’re closed or you can’t get there for some reason, here are some things you can do at home to try to relieve tooth pain. Clove […]

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 […]

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 […]