Types of Dentures and False teeth

Type of Dentures

There are different types of dentures and also different types of ways to replace teeth in your mouth. You can either have fixed prosthesis such as crowns and bridges these are glued or fixed inside your mouth and, they are not removable and, you would not be able to remove them even if you wanted […]

What It’s Like to Have an Implant Consultation in Silverhill Dental Clinic?

procedure of implant

The first step towards getting a dental implant for yourself or several dental implants based on what you think your needs are the first step is a free implant consultation that we provide in our clinic.What do we do on that first implant consultation? We’re going to go through a step-by-step. You can kind of […]

Oral Cancer Treatment and Reconstruction

Oral Cancer Treatment

Oral cancer describes cancers that originate in the oral cavity. The oral cavity includes the lips, the gingival, or gums, the floor of the mouth, the buccal mucosa, which is the soft lining of the inner lips and cheeks, the anterior or front two-thirds of the tongue, the hard palate which is the tough front, part […]

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 […]

Tooth Cleaning and Aftercare

Tooth Cleaning and Aftercare

Some people do not observe dental hygiene and do not brush their teeth after meals. Gradually, a layer of food covered on the teeth of people who do not do dental hygiene. These little and invisible layers are the same plaques that are harmless at first and do not change the shape of the teeth. But […]

Dental Health During Pregnancy

Dental Health During Pregnancy

Pregnancy can cause dental problems in some women, such as gum disease, and increase the risk of tooth decay. During pregnancy, the body’s hormone levels increase and cause it to affect dental plaque. Pregnancy will not automatically cause tooth damage. If the mother does not get enough calcium during pregnancy, the calcium needed by the fetus […]