Best Ways to Fix Spacing in Teeth

Often, patients will come in, and we’ll ask them what their number one concern is, why are they here. And a lot of times the reason is, “I’ve got a space in my two front teeth.” And you see that all the time.It’s very common, and they want it fixed.Sometimes it’s something they have dealt […]

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 […]

Diagnosing and Treating Open Bites

Open Bite

  The open bite causes many problems for individuals, including reduced facial beauty, difficulty chewing and nutritional and digestive problems, premature tooth loss, and jaw dysfunction. Decreased beauty:The most characteristic of the effects is the irregularity and disorder of the teeth and the disruption of the person’s smile design. This will reduce the patient’s self-esteem. […]

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 […]

Tooth Enamel Restoration and Erosion

Enamel Damage at Different Levels

Enamel is the outer covering of the tooth, which is known as the hardest material in the body. Enamel is even harder than bone tissue. Enamel plays an important role in protecting your teeth and keeps them away from any physical or chemical damage.Enamel is a hard material with a thickness of a few millimetres, […]

Fluoride Uses, Benefits, Side Effects, and Safety

What Is Fluoride

Fluoride is a natural mineral found in the Earth’s crust and is widely distributed in nature. Some foods and water sources contain fluoride.It is often added to drinking water to help reduce tooth decay. In the 1930s, researchers found that people who drank fluoride-containing drinking water were up to 2.3 times less likely to develop […]