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Taking Care of Dental Implants

Dental Implants have a very high success rate and a long life if done properly. Dental implants are an investment in you, so it makes sense to take care of your dental implants. The video shown below summarizes nicely how you should take care of your dental implant and restorations. […]

The Structure of a Tooth

Basic Structure of a Tooth As can be seen from the figure,the various layers of the tooth and its internal structure, each tooth has two parts – crown and the root as well as how the tooth relates to the gum and surrounding jaw bone. The crown is the part of the tooth that is visible above the gum (gingiva). The root is the region of the tooth that is below the gum. Some teeth have only one root, for example, incisors and canine teeth, whereas molars and premolars have upto 4 roots per tooth. The root is hidden in the bone. The roots anchor the teeth in the jawbone. […]

Common Dental Problems during Pregnancy

Pregnancy affects nearly every as­pect of a woman’s life, including her oral health. You may think of your oral health as just one more thing to worry about, but taking care of your mouth and teeth is actually very important during pregnancy. It is an old saying that a woman loses at least one tooth during a pregnancy. This is no longer true, but there is a real danger of causing irreversible damage to your teeth during pregnancy. Common Dental Problems during Pregnancy… […]

Mouthwash- Does it fight Bad Breath?

Halitosis, commonly known as bad breath is widespread around the world: Up to half of people in the U.S. say they have bad breath, 50-60% of people in France complain of it, and 24% of Japanese say it’s a problem. Bad breath is caused by bacteria and traces of food that collect in the back of and creases of the tongue. These particles and bacteria then break down into ‘volatile sulphur compounds’, which are responsible for the smell. […]

Is Flossing Important?

Toothbrushing and mouthwash cannot clean the parts of the teeth touching each other. Only floss is efficient in removing plaque and debris that accumulates between the teeth and underneath portions of the gum pocket. This should be an essential part of your daily oral cleaning process. When plaque (a sticky bacterial substance that accumulates on curved tooth sur¬faces and crevices) is removed, dental diseases can be prevented, along with gum problem and bad breath (which require both brushing and flossing to prevent). If one fails to keep up their oral hygiene, tooth decay and gum disease (gingivitis and periodonti¬tis, respectively) will affect your oral health. […]