Dental implants are artificial tooth roots which are similar to screws in shape. They are metal frames that are surgically positioned into the jawbone beneath the gum-line. After they are placed, dentists mount replacement teeth like crowns onto them. Abutments, connectors are placed on these implants to support the crowns. They are manufactured from titanium alloys or titanium for a firm support. They are also covered with different substances to increase their osseointegration and steadiness.
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Are you suffering from a toothache but can’t determine why? If so, then this blog-post is meant for you. We understand that pain can make you miserable, especially when nothing seems to soothe the ache. There are moments when problems with your teeth may impact your daily activities. This article lists nine common reasons you may be experiencing discomfort with your teeth so you can take action.
Impacted Wisdom Teeth
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A dentist may decide to extract your tooth when all the other options of saving it have been exhausted. He/She will examine the affected tooth and suggest a dental x-ray to be taken, if necessary. This will help him/her understand the extent of the dental injury or tooth decay. Though it may seem like an extreme solution to a problem, it is a fairly common procedure with nothing to worry about. In this blog post, we will discuss some of the most common reasons for a tooth extraction.
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Scaling is a routinely performed procedure which helps patients suffering from excessive plaque build-up and gum disease. Although a standard teeth cleaning deals with the exterior of your teeth, scaling is a process that goes much deeper. If your dentist has suggested dental scaling along with root planning, it will serve you well to know about the procedure so you can make your preparations accordingly.
What is scaling?
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Oral Leukoplakia is a condition that occurs when there’s a chronic irritation of the oral mucous membranes. It’s a benign or non-cancerous condition but some forms of oral Leukoplakia may show signs of cancer. Although more commonly seen in senior adults, oral Leukoplakia can occur among people belonging to any age group.
In today’s blog post, we’ll discuss oral Leukoplakia and how it can affect your dental health. We’ll also explore its causes, symptoms, and treatment procedures.
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Over the last twenty years, there have been several technological advancements in orthodontic appliances. In the current age, braces aren’t just used to straighten teeth but to prevent a host of other complicated health issues triggered by dental problems. Also, the new models of this orthodontic appliance have come a long way from their previous clunky appearance.
Modern, advanced braces are visually appealing and have an improved performance. In today’s post, we’ll explore some of the Read more [...]
A misaligned bite, also known as crossbite, is a dental condition when the upper and lower teeth don’t meet to form normal dental arches. Besides affecting the cosmetic appearance of the teeth, lips, and mouth, a misaligned bite can lead to serious health issues.
However, there are several treatment options available to straighten a misaligned bite. In today’s blog post, we’ll inform you about what having a misaligned bite means, its effects and treatment.
What is a Misaligned Bite?
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Dental fluorosis affects the cosmetic appearance of your teeth permanently. Although it doesn’t hamper normal teeth functioning, it modifies your beautiful smile. In today’s post, we’ll discuss dental fluorosis in detail, including its symptoms, causes, treatment and prevention.
What is Dental Fluorosis?
This condition first attracted medical attention in the 20th century as the Colorado Brown Stain that was detected on the teeth of natives in Colorado Springs. After thorough studies and Read more [...]