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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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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What happens after Orthodontic Braces Treatment?

What happens after Orthodontic Braces Treatment?

There is a common misconception that orthodontic (braces) treatment is completed once braces are removed. This is not true because like any other treatment, it requires continued care and maintenance to prevent relapse and to maintain the general health of the teeth and gum.   Retention after Braces   After the completion of orthodontic treatment, it is essential to follow it up with orthodontic retainers to ensure stability of the results....

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Dental Tips and Guide for Relocation

Dental Tips and Guide for Relocation

There are so many things to think about for moving house! Moving is always hard, whether it is relocating for a job or simply finding a new place called home. We have put together some helpful tips and guides to hopefully ease the pains of moving. One of the things that you need to remember when you are moving is to start retrieving your dental records at least 7-8 weeks in advance. General information that you may require from your dentist...

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