Dental Implants: Pros and Cons

  • Good Oral Hygiene: 4 Easy Ways to Protect Kids from Cavities

    30 March 2015

    Cavities are relatively common in children—primarily because of poor oral hygiene and from high sugar diets. From sweets and biscuits to pastries and chocolates, kids seem to want it all. Cavities are formed when the teeth in a person's mouth are subject to constant acid attacks (while eating and drinking). Proper dental care is necessary to protect children's teeth from cavities, so it's best to teach them from the time they're young.

  • Managing Enamel Hypoplasia In Prematurely Born Children

    26 February 2015

    Infants who are born significantly before their birth date are vulnerable to enamel hypoplasia, a birth defect where the tooth enamel is either much thinner than usual and/or has significant holes (according to some studies, hypoplasia gives the children 9.6 times the chance of enamel holes or lesions on the teeth before the age of 3). This leaves the teeth extremely vulnerable to staining and decay. For many children, this can also be a source of embarrassment, having visibly stained or decayed teeth.

  • Understanding Invisalign Treatment

    28 January 2015

    Here are a few facts you need to know about invisalign. What is Invisalign? This is a treatment aimed at straightening your teeth with a series of clear, removable aligners. Applications of Invisalign Gapped teeth: Gaps occur due to abnormal growth of your jawbone. Missing teeth also cause shifting of surrounding teeth because of the extra space, and this creates gaps. Gaps and spacing issues can cause gum problems (because of the lack of protection provided by the teeth) and the risk of periodontal disease (a gum disease that leads to tooth loss).

  • Emergency Dentistry: Issues that Require Prompt Dental Care

    6 January 2015

    It is advisable to consult a dental clinic that offers emergency dentistry if you suffer from dental pain or trauma. These issues need to be resolved quickly before they worsen. Dental Pain Dental pain typically occurs when you have a bacterial disease, referred to as caries that destroys your dentine and enamel. The disease begins when oral bacteria ferments dietary carbohydrates, leading to tooth decay. When your teeth decay, you will notice opaque white parts of enamel with some grey undertones.