Instructions For After Your Dental Implant Procedure

After Dental Implant

We’d like to discuss post-operative care after your dental implant. Surgery dental implant surgery is similar to having a tooth removed as far as post-operative care. Implants are placed into your jawbone, and those implants have a different care regimen as compared to teeth being removed your dental implants will appear in your mouth right […]

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 […]

Teeth Grinding – Symptoms and Treatment

teeth grinding

Teeth grinding(Bruxism) is the habit of grinding teeth. Teeth grinding usually occurs during sleep, but grinding or pounding is also common during the day. Teeth grinding can cause corrosion of the gums and the bones that support them in the mouth. Most people are not conscious when Bruxism.Teeth grinding can cause corrosion of the gums […]

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 […]

Diabetes and Dental Care

Diabetes and Dental Care

Diabetes is one of the diseases that many people suffer from. Unfortunately, many of them are unaware of their illness, and this ignorance has a bad effect on the severity of the illness.People with diabetes are more likely to develop oral and gum disease. Gum disease is 3 times more common in people with diabetes […]

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, […]