Common Dental Problems

Common Dental Problems

Health
Tooth Decay Tooth decay is the second to the common cold as the most frequent disease in the United States of America. It occurs when plaque, the sticky substance that forms on teeth, combines with the sugars and starches of the food. This mixture produces acids that attack the tooth enamel. You can get cavities at any age, and they are not just for children. As you age, you can get cavities as your tooth enamel erodes and cause tooth decay. Dry mouth due to aging or medications can also lead to cavities. Bad Breath Bad breath, can be an embarrassing fact to be dealt with for any person. According to dental research, about 85 percent of people with constant bad breath have a condition that is to blame. Gum…
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Cosmetic Dentistry

Cosmetic Dentistry

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Inlays and Onlays It is also known as indirect fillings, which are developed in a dental laboratory, and used when a tooth has moderate decay, or there is not enough tooth formation to support the filling. Also provided when there is no damage to the tooth cusps, the inlay that is placed directly onto the tooth surface. When a greater portion of the tooth is damaged, an onlay is used rather than covering the tooth's entire surface. Inlays and Onlays are developed in a dental laboratory from a composite resin material and then attached to the teeth with adhesive dental cement used. Composite Bonding It refers to the repair of damaged, discolored, or decayed teeth using a material similar to the color of tooth enamel. Your dentist will drill out…
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Tips To Keep Your Teeth Healthy

Tips To Keep Your Teeth Healthy

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Brush your teeth twice a day It’s no secret that the world recommends making brushing twice a day a routine. However, most of us neglect brushing at night before we go to bed. For this reason, it is essential to keep in mind the purpose behind brushing at night. This practice helps get rid of germs and plaque that get accumulated throughout the day and eventually takes a toll on our dental health if not taken care of regularly. Consider mouthwash Mouthwashes reduce the amount of acid in the mouth and clean hard-to-brush areas in and around the gums. They also re-mineralizes the teeth and are useful as a tool to help bring things into balance. You can consult your dentist for suggestions on mouthwash’s to use depending on the…
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