A wisdom tooth extraction is done to correct an actual problem or to prevent problems that may come up in the future. Here we look at when wisdom tooth extraction becomes necessary, and all the care you need to take post surgery.
Here are some tips on what to do in a dental emergency. They include care for knocked out tooth, fractured/chipped tooth, lost crown, swelling in the gums, sharp toothache at night etc.
Some parents might wonder, "Are baby teeth really that important to my child?" Primary, or "baby," teeth are important for many reasons. Not only do they help children speak clearly…
You may find it hard to believe that breathing issues are one of the factors that affect body weight, albeit indirectly.
Tooth decay happens when plaque settles on teeth when we consume sugary, starchy food. Tooth decay can appear in both children and adults.
Periodontal disease is an inflammatory disease that can lead to the destruction of surrounding tissues and bone that support the teeth
Besides getting your wisdom teeth removed, what could happen if you ignore losing one or more of your other 28 teeth?
A root canal treatment removes infected tissues in abscessed or significantly damaged teeth, thereby eliminating the pain.
Remember that early diagnosis is vital! The earlier we pick up a problem, the more likely we can prevent an extraction!
Nasal breathing together with proper oral and dietary habits strongly affect craniofacial development.