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Achieve a Confident Smile with Advanced Orthodontic Treatment

  • 21-May-2018

Orthodontics is a specialized field of dentistry that focuses on the diagnosis, prevention, and correction of dental irregularities, primarily misaligned teeth and jaw alignment problems. With the help of braces, aligners, and other appliances, orthodontic treatment gradually shifts the teeth into their proper positions, resulting in an aesthetically pleasing smile and improved functionality.


Mastering the Art of Brushing

  • 16-May-2018

Regular brushing is vital for maintaining healthy teeth and gums. It helps remove plaque, a sticky film of bacteria that forms on teeth and gums throughout the day. Plaque harbors harmful bacteria that produce acids, leading to tooth decay and gum disease if not effectively removed. By brushing regularly, you can minimize plaque buildup, reduce the risk of oral health issues, and promote a healthier smile.


Dental Implants: A Modern Solution for Replacing Missing Teeth

  • 16-May-2018

Dental implants are artificial tooth roots typically made of titanium. They are surgically placed into the jawbone to provide a stable foundation for prosthetic devices such as crowns, bridges, or even removable dentures. The implant mimics the function of a natural tooth root, providing support and stability for the replacement teeth.


Tooth Replacement Options

  • 5-May-2018

dentures are a common option for replacing missing teeth. However, it is important to note that the plastic removable dentures commonly seen should not be worn permanently. These dentures, also known as gum strippers, can cause damage to the supporting teeth and lead to underlying bone loss. Instead, they should be considered temporary restorations until a permanent removable cast partial denture can be fabricated.


Sensitivity In Tooth

  • 25-July-2013

Tooth sensitivity can be a bothersome and painful condition that many individuals experience, particularly when exposed to cold temperatures or certain foods. It occurs when the protective layers of the tooth are worn down, exposing the underlying dentin. While there are sensitivity toothpastes available in the market that provide temporary relief, it is essential to recognize that sensitivity can also be a sign of dental decay. This blog post aims to shed light on the causes of tooth sensitivity and the importance of seeking professional dental care for an accurate diagnosis and appropriate treatment.


Nursing Bottle Dental Decay

  • 21-July-2018

Baby bottle tooth decay is a common dental issue observed in young children. It typically manifests as decay on the front upper teeth, particularly on the surfaces adjacent to the lips. This condition is caused by a combination of factors, including the consumption of sweetened milk from a bottle during sleep and the activity of bacteria in the mouth. Parents play a crucial role in preventing baby bottle tooth decay by understanding its causes, breaking harmful habits, and being vigilant about their child's oral health. This blog post aims to raise awareness among parents about this dental concern and provide guidance on preventive measures.


Teeth Filling

  • 23-July-2013

the affected portion of the tooth needs to be removed to eliminate the bacterial infection. However, unlike other parts of the body, teeth lack the natural defense mechanisms provided by a blood supply. Therefore, the decayed portion of the tooth must be drilled away, creating a hole that needs to be filled with a suitable material. The filling serves to restore the tooth's structure, function, and aesthetics.

    Types of Dental Fillings:
  • Silver fillings,
  • Cement fillings
  • composite fillings

Bad Breath

  • 20-July-2013

the morning, it's not uncommon to notice unpleasant breath. This is attributed to the reduction in saliva production during sleep, which allows bacterial growth in the mouth to increase. Saliva plays a crucial role in combating bacteria and maintaining oral health. Therefore, it is particularly important to prioritize oral hygiene before bedtime. Brushing your teeth thoroughly, paying attention to the tongue's upper surface, and using mouthwash can help eliminate bacteria and reduce morning breath.

    Types of Bad Breath:
  • Sinus infection
  • Throat infection
  • Lung infection
  • Stomach problems like indigestion
  • Reasons for bad breath