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 […]

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 is The Best Way to Clean Tongue?

Clean Tongue

We recommend that you brush your tongue as well as your teeth. The best time to clean your tongue is after brushing your teeth before rinsing out the toothpaste. Your tongue can hold up to 90% of bacteria causing bad breath and smells. So, if you brush your clean your tongue twice a day, it […]

What are Complete Dentures?

Complete Dentures

Complete dentures are dentures that replace all of the teeth in your mouth. You could have complete dentures on the top arch and a separate complete denture on your lower arch so you could have a set of complete dentures on the upper and lower to replace all the teeth in your mouth. You can […]

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 […]

Gum Recession Causes and Treatment

Gum Recession

We want to discuss about gum recession, the causes of gum recession, treatment for gum recession, specifically the pinhole technique for gum recession. What is gum recession? Gum the recession is when the gum moves away from the tooth so more and more of the tooth starts to show. The root of the tooth starts […]

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 […]

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 […]

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 […]

What Is a Wisdom Tooth and Where Is It Located in the Mouth?

Wisdom Tooth

Our teeth continue to grow in different stages. The last tooth that completes this process is a tooth called the wisdom tooth. The wisdom tooth is behind the molar tooth. on either side of the upper and lower jaws, usually grow between the ages of 17 and 25. Of course, this does not mean that […]