Root Canal Therapy- Preserving Natural Teeth

Root Canal Therapy- Preserving Natural Teeth

Very few things are as durable as a natural tooth. However, extensive decay, an accident, fracture, or gum disease can lead to a tooth infection that can threaten to destroy a healthy tooth. When a tooth’s nerve chamber becomes infected, a root canal treatment is often the only way to save the tooth.   Symptoms can include pain, prolonged sensitivity to heat or cold, discoloration of the tooth, and swelling or tenderness in the nearby...

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How to treat overbite?

How to treat overbite?

Overbite, occurs when the upper teeth are located too far in front of the lower row of teeth. It can be caused bya variety of reasons, such as improper teeth alignment, bone deformities, and even poor oral habits. Some dentist and orthodontist may advise to consider correcting overbite which is usually done through modifications to the bone or usng orthodontic appliance, such as braces or a headgear. In many cases, overbite can be diagnosed by a...

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Introducing a Latest Technology – Laser Dentistry

Introducing a Latest Technology – Laser Dentistry

Laser has provided the advancement of many treatments of soft tissue such as eye surgery, tattoo removal, removal of tumours etc. as far back s 1994, researchers have also found new laser applications in dental treatments.   How Do Lasers Work in Dentistry?   All lasers work by delivering energy in the form of light. When used for surgical and dental procedures, the laser acts as a cutting instrument or a vaporizer of tissue that it comes in...

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Dental Implant…Your Newborn Teeth

Dental Implant…Your Newborn Teeth

Dental implant therapy has been around for many years with a proven track record. Improvements in materials and surgical techniques have made dental implants the platinum standard treatment for the replacement of missing teeth, and possibly the only permanent solution. A dental implant essentially substitutes for a missing tooth root. It is commonly cylinder or screw shaped. Each implant is carefully and precisely drilled into the location of...

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Wisdom teeth

Wisdom teeth

   Wisdom teeth are the third permanent molars and are the last teeth develop. They erupt or come up into the mouth in our late teens or early twenties. We can have up to four wisdom teeth, two in the upper jaw and two in the lower jaw. Why should they be removed?   For those of us whose jaws are too small to accommodate these wisdom teeth problems may arise: Often, the lower wisdom tooth may be prevented from erupting when it is...

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