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 […]

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 […]

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 […]

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 […]

Dental Filling Procedure, Types and Treatment

Dental Filling

  One of the treatment options for decayed teeth can be dental filling. Usually, if X-rays show that the pulp or soft tissue of the tooth is damaged, they often fill the tooth. The continuous bacterial activity can cause infection over time and damage the teeth. If you do not pay attention to this important […]