7 September 2022
In many cases, a cracked tooth begins at what can be thought of as the top of the tooth, which is its biting surface. This is quite logical since this is the part of the tooth that's exposed to direct pressure. The trouble is that a crack like this often isn't confined to the upper section of your tooth. Unfortunately, these cracks like to travel. Not Yet Separated When a fracture begins in the tooth's biting surface, the tooth, for the time being, will remain intact.
12 July 2022
If you find that you tend to suffer from dry mouth a lot, be aware that a dry mouth can have a negative impact on your teeth. The occasional bout of dry mouth isn't a serious problem. But if you regularly suffer from dry mouth, your teeth have a higher risk of developing cavities. Saliva protects your teeth and helps to prevent cavities. A dry mouth means little to no saliva, which can be bad news for your teeth.
11 May 2022
Dental braces are a common sight among teenagers and adults. While they can be a nuisance, they are necessary for correcting dental problems. If you have to wear braces, don't worry – there are ways to eat comfortably without avoiding your favourite foods. This article provides some top tips on how to eat comfortably with braces. Read on to discover more! Use a straw One simple trick is to use a straw.
4 April 2022
When you get your first set of dentures you should expect it to take some time for your new dentures to feel comfortable. There will be an adjustment period and this can be difficult for some people, particularly if you are still coming to terms with losing your teeth. It may be tempting to stop wearing your dentures if you find them uncomfortable or you feel self-conscious during the adjustment period, but there are usually solutions to the problems that commonly crop up and wearing dentures will restore your smile and provide support to your jaw bone and surrounding facial muscles.
10 February 2022
The guidelines of oral hygiene in dentistry are fairly unambiguous. Brush your teeth twice each day, and visit your dentist twice a year. Of course, these guidelines are broad and don't take a patient's specific circumstances into consideration. This could be a part of the problem if you still regularly develop cavities, despite doing all you can to follow the best practises when it comes to looking after your teeth.