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1. How Early Detection Can Prevent Advanced Periodontal Disease
May 03, 2018

Nearly half of all Americans have mild, moderate, or severe periodontal disease. This condition can wreak havoc on your oral health, eventually leading to serious dental concerns such as mobility and tooth loss. Did you know that gum disease is typically not painful in the early stages? Therefore, it is important to recognize other signs and symptoms which could indicate a problem. As with many health conditions, the early detection of periodontal disease could save you not only time and money, but your future oral health as well. The Stages of Periodontal Disease Periodontal disease pr... (read more)

Author: Aly Duty

2. Do You Need Bone Grafting?
February 05, 2018

If you are considering oral surgery, you've probably heard of bone grafting. But what is it, exactly, and when is it required? There are several different reasons why a patient may require bone grafting. For example, perhaps gum disease has taken a toll on the jawbone. Maybe a patient underwent a particularly tough tooth extraction. In some cases, patients are simply born without proper bone density in certain areas. No matter what the cause, a lack of bone volume can have a negative impact on your overall oral health. Here, we will explore the different types of bone grafting and discuss scen... (read more)

Author: Dr Chris Tye

3. Basingstoke dentists and how to find the best one for the job
January 12, 2018

The dentists in Basingstoke want you to know there is no reason to be afraid of dentist. It seems that many people possess a fear of dentists. The problem is when this fear becomes overpowering and it prevents people from visiting a dentist and maintaining the health of their teeth. The key to having healthy teeth and keep your teeth white is to prevent problems before they begin. People with dental anxiety will not go to the dentist and this results in problems. Regular cleanings from your Basingstoke dentist is the best way to keep your teeth healthy. Regular care will prevent problems ... (read more)

Author: Innes Donaldson

4. Why Your Oral Health is Important
October 20, 2017

Good oral health is important to maintaining the longevity of your beautiful smile. If oral hygiene isn’t properly followed, it can be detrimental to both your smile and your body. The health of your teeth and gums play a key role in the health of your body. Whether that role is positive or negative all depends on several different factors. Factors that Cause Poor Oral Health While poor oral hygiene is the number one leading cause of tooth decay, gum disease, and other oral health concerns, it is not the only factor. Even individuals who diligently follow the most regimented oral hygiene ro... (read more)

Author: Aly Duty

5. Dental Practice Aims To Educate On The Importance Of Caring For Teeth
August 12, 2017

A major dental service is keen to highlight the importance to their patients and the general public of looking after their teeth. With the right level of dental care, it’s possible for patients to avoid many of the common dental health issues like cavities and even gum disease. By educating people about problems like this, Club Dental hopes to boost the level of oral health nationwide. Club Dental began after one of its founders received dental care and then a bill of three hundred dollars. The people behind the company understood that dental health care needed to be more affordable and acc... (read more)

Author: John Doe

6. Strathcona Dental Clinic Provides Anxiety Free Dentistry In Edmonton Area
March 15, 2017

Edmonton, Alberta, Canada - Located in the heart of South Edmonton in Old Strathcona,the Strathcona Dental clinic provides a number of choices for dental needs in the South Edmonton area.The Culture of Care is the central philosophy of the entire dental office. Their dedication to anxiety free dentistry makes a visit to the dentist as relaxing as possible. Their dental services include: Checkups/Exams and X-Rays, Teeth Cleaning and Gum Disease Prevention, Oral Cancer Screening, Teeth Sealants, Mouth Guards and Botox for TMJ Treatment, Fillings, Root Canal Therapy, Teeth Extractions, Wisdom Tee... (read more)

Author: John Doe

7. 6 Signs You Might Be Developing Gum Disease
October 21, 2016

Even if you take care of your teeth, dental plaque inevitably accumulates over time, especially in hard-to-reach areas that don’t get brushed as effectively. Plaque is a biofilm composed of bacteria, and as they live their lives, metabolic byproducts of their sugar digestion erodes your teeth and causes caries. But tooth damage isn’t the only risk -- you can also develop gum disease, known collectively as “periodontitis.” Usually, but not always, gum disease ultimately results from poor oral hygiene. Gingivitis is probably the most common gum problem, but there are also more serious condi... (read more)

Author: Mattis Bailey

8. The Dangers of Periodontitis
August 19, 2016

Many people have seen advertisements warning about "the gum disease gingivitis" thanks to Listerine, but people are far less familiar with periodontitis. Periodontitis is considered a more advanced form of gingivitis, and it signals that your mouth is suffering. As periodontitis worsens, your gums can become inflamed, causing them to be less effective at protecting the roots of your teeth. That can leave more of your teeth exposed, making it easier for bacteria to form in a deeper part of your teeth. If that happens, you can develop massive problems with your teeth. A tooth in an unheal... (read more)

Author: Cleo Gib

9. The Tasty Smokeless Alternative
July 26, 2016

Everyone knows that cigarettes are bad for you. With such harmful results as emphysema, lung cancer, throat cancer, gum disease, and tooth loss to their credit, cigarettes have earned themselves a pretty bad reputation. On top of that is the sheer coast. Tobacco smoking is an expensive habit. Whether you’re a pack-a-day smoker or more, you know that the expense adds up very quickly. On top of that, there's the smell. Nobody likes the smell of cigarettes, and it seems to get everywhere. Your clothes and your home suffer for it right along with you. The Many Flavors of Vaping So what's the alt... (read more)

Author: Cleo Gib

10. Regular Dental Visits Help Prevent Serious Health Issues
May 31, 2016

There are lots of compelling good reasons to go to a dentist regularly. Dental screenings look for a multitude of problems, a few of which are essential to some patient's general health in addition to their gums and teeth. As well as a look for general dental health, the dentist screens for oral cancer, cavities, and early indications of gum disease. Regular visits help dentists become familiar with their patients' habits and issues, increasing the opportunity to catch issues before they become health emergencies. Routine dental screenings go beyond patients may realize. An element of the... (read more)

Author: Gloria Philips

11. Upcoming Publication on Updated edition of India Dental Care Services Industry Publication by Ken R
February 22, 2016

Indian people continue to be affected by numerous dental diseases. These include oral cavity, tooth decay, gum disease, facial pain, tooth loss, oral cancer, mal-aligned teeth and mouth odor. In India, a majority of the population lives in rural areas, which has lower media penetration. Henceforth, the awareness about the importance of oral hygiene and dental care is very low. Additionally, the lower disposable income of a substantial part of this segment has also been posing constraints for the development of the dental healthcare sector in India. For instance, India has been witnessing an un... (read more)

Author: Ankur Gupta

12. Dentist FAQs and Recommendations About Braces
July 27, 2015

Dental braces have existed in one form or another for thousands of years. Used primarily to align and straighten teeth, these orthodontic devices can also improve dental health. Lower incidence of tooth decay and gum disease are just a few of the benefits of wearing them. But how, exactly, do you know you need them? Few of us are born with perfect teeth. Problems like gaps and crooked or crowded teeth are quite common. But when the issue is an abnormal bite, your dentist may recommend a corrective device. Overbites, underbites, and improper jaw position are the most serious orthodontic is... (read more)

Author: Anna Woodward

13. Top Five Tips From The Dentist For Diabetics
June 30, 2015

Among the many health risks of diabetes is a decline in oral health that makes patients more vulnerable to gum disease. According to dental professionals, this happens because diabetes slows the body's circulation, making the gums more susceptible to infection. The metabolic disorder also increases glucose (sugar) levels in saliva, which fuels the growth of dental plaque that attacks the teeth and gums. To protect against the disorder, follow these simple tips. 1. Visit Your Dentist Regularly. Because diabetics are at a much higher risk of gum disease than the average patient, you ... (read more)

Author: Anna Woodward

14. Causes, Symptoms And Complications Of Gum Disease
May 21, 2015

Do you suspect that you are suffering from gum disease? It will shock you to realize that you could be suffering from the condition without being aware! Gum disease dentist Epping agrees with dentists around the world on a couple of things. For example, they share in the common opinion of healthy gums being firm enough to keep your teeth in position. They should be and pink at all times and not bleed when you brush or touch them. What is more, your gums must not be painful in order for you to be unwell. Consequently, you should ensure that you frequently pay a visit to your dentist. Cause... (read more)

Author: Vikram kumar

15. How to Prevent Cavities
May 21, 2015

Cavities are a scourge that kids and adults alike fight. No matter your age, without the proper precautions your teeth can be susceptible to the damage caused by plaque. For thousands of years, nobody knew what caused toothaches and tooth decay. When people recognized that bacteria and microbes cause many of the ailments that harm humans, such as fevers and influenza strains, scientists began looking at whether they are also the cause of gum disease and cavities. It turns out that feeding harmful bacteria in the mouth with food debris is the surest way to cause cavities. This article will help... (read more)

Author: Cleo Gib

16. Fading Smile? Remember The Importance Of Professional Teeth Cleaning
May 05, 2015

No matter how often you brush, floss, and gargle (mouthwash), there are some dental deposits that cannot be removed at home. A mixture of saliva, food particles, and bacteria, dental plaque is the leading cause of gum disease and tooth decay. There's some of it in all of our mouths, but it can be kept in check with a comprehensive oral care routine. However, when plaque hardens and becomes tartar, all of the brushing and flossing in the world will not get rid of it. You must have your teeth professionally cleaned to protect your oral health. What Is Teeth Cleaning? A painless denta... (read more)

Author: Andrea Avery

17. What is Gum disease dentist Epping?
April 09, 2015

The gum is attacked by diseases if not well taken care of. The diseases affect the teeth as they are located on it. The pain that is brought by the disease is unbearable as it affects the veins that transport the blood to the brain and to the teeth making the teeth to decay if not dealt with. The disease that affects the gum does not affect a certain age group but affects both the young and the old. A dentist who deals with Epping treatment offers both the treatment of the teeth and the gum. This is to help the gum to be able to adjust to support the aligned teeth. When the gum is treated th... (read more)

Author: Vikram kumar

18. Dentist: A Professional dentist Promotes oral Health
April 08, 2015

Although all parts of the body need proper care to be able to just work at their optimum potential, tooth need a bit more attention than all. A person's tooth encounters a lot of deterioration throughout life, and though they're designed to be long lasting and function with small problems, tooth which is improperly cared for can cause a whole host of complications. In addition to impacting a person's overall look and attraction, tooth which are yellowing, broken, have holes, or have triggered gum disease have the potential to impact a person's our wellness. Oral problems can cause a buil... (read more)

Author: Vikram kumar

19. With the Epping Dentist Leading the Fight against Gum Disease, We can maintain Healthy Teeth
March 15, 2015

One of the main dental problems that can affect anyone of any age is gum disease. Thisgum disease Eppingcan affect both the old and young. It develops slowly and may not abruptly increase the pain being experienced by a person. This makes it hard for people to realize that the condition has worsened until it is too late. In a worst case scenario, people may lose their teeth. Fortunately, especially if diagnosed early, gum disease can be completely treated and reversed. Just how does this condition occur? Our teeth are firmly held in place by healthy bone and gums. Gum infections will... (read more)

Author: Vikram kumar

20. Dental Surgery Hornsby—Facts to Know about Dental Care
November 13, 2014

Dental care means keeping teeth and oral soft tissues clean and bacteria-free. Multiple dental problems can arise if you do not take good care of your teeth. These include caries (cavities), gingivitis (sore gums), periodontitis (gum disease), staining and halitosis. Prevention of gum and other oral diseases is entirely dependent on the ability and the motivation of a person to maintain an adequate level of oral hygiene.These problems should be treated as soon as you notice them. Surgical correction of the problem at a Hornsby Dentist surgeryclinic is the only option left if you delay your den... (read more)

Author: Vikram kumar

21. Services to Receive from an Emergency Dentist
November 11, 2014

Emergency dentist . In many such cases, a delay in treatment may mean that chances of saving a tooth have diminished. ">The role of an emergency dentist is to provide urgent dental treatment. Some of the common dental emergencies are • Severe toothache • Chipped or broken teeth • Trauma to the face or teeth • Continuous bleeding after tooth extraction • Severe facial pain not responding to painkillers • Swelling of the mouth or face • A knocked out permanent tooth • Abscess formation • Lost or broken filling • Broken crown • Broken denture • Soft tissue injuries Severe toothache ... (read more)

Author: Vikram kumar

22. Why Practice Oral Care
July 24, 2014

This article will discuss how oral care provides us a great smile. No person, however great their facial features are, can be considered beautiful if they have an ugly smile. Why is a person with bad teeth not considered fine-looking? It is because those who lack proper oral cleanliness will, in one way or another, manifest this uncleanliness through bad breath, teeth cavities and gum disease. No person with an oral condition can feel gorgeous or handsome. Smiles are great beautifiers, and this is the reason why a lot of people would spend their money getting their teeth and smiles fixed... (read more)

Author: Judy Marshall

23. Enhance your smile by consulting with the knowledgeable dentist
July 24, 2014

Periodontitis is a disease that is defined by bleeding gums that are red or swollen. It is a branch of dentistry that deals with the diseases of the supporting and investing structures of the teeth including the cementum, gums, alveolar bone and periodontal membranes. Today, a large number of people are suffering from oral problems. SO, it is advisable to consult a qualified dentist for regular check up. They offer the most comfortable and effective way to cure the problem. By a comprehensive search over the internet, you can come across reputable clinics that are well-renowned for providing t... (read more)

Author: alex zace

24. The Tricks To A Perfect Smile: From Braces To Gum Disease Treatment
June 23, 2014

There has never been a time where our physical appearances were so heavily scrutinized and expected to be perfect. Thankfully, due to the advancements of modern medicine and technology, we can perfect our appearances and hold ourselves to a higher standard of beauty. As the old adage goes, "the best thing you can wear is a great smile." Whether you want to put on a good impression for a first date or a job interview or just want to joke around with friends and family, your smile is going to be an important part of the rest of your life. Unfortunate looking teeth can be a source of shyness and ... (read more)

Author: Andrea Avery

25. Albuquerque Dental Guide On Preventing Gum Problems
June 19, 2014

Do you know that gum problems have caused more cases of tooth loss than dental cavities? According to Albuquerque dentist Dr Terry Gomez, DDS, most people do not know that it is not only the teeth that they should take care of but also the gums. All over the world, a huge percentage of adults are diagnosed with a certain kind of gum disease due to lack of good dental cleaning regimen and also through genetic predisposition. Here is how gum disease happens and develops: A layer yellow sticky paste forms on the surface of the teeth when you fail to brush the teeth for a certain period. T... (read more)

Author: Judy Marshall

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