Gums are the soft tissue that surrounds the teeth and helps hold them in place. If your gums itch, this may be a sign of bacterial buildup in the spaces between the teeth and gums. Even though the itching may be a minor annoyance, there are cases where the problem is really serious. For example, […]Continue reading..
What is Dental Bone Grafting? Dental bone grafting is the procedure of adding strength and volume to your jawbone. Dental grafts are usually done when there is bone loss caused by missing teeth or gum disease, or if more bone density is needed for a dental implant. Dental bone grafts can be differentiated by the […]Continue reading..
Do you have missing teeth and are looking for implants, but don’t want to undergo the complicated surgery process of conventional dental implants, or are unable to get implants because of the lack of bone mass in your jaw to hold conventional dental implants? Mini dental implants will also do the job, as they have […]Continue reading..
Imagine you’ve just made dinner and are ready to eat. You take your first bite and feel a sharp pain in your teeth. You ask yourself “Why do all my teeth hurt suddenly?”. This is the case in 22 percent of adults, as revealed by an American Family Physician survey. The most likely things that […]Continue reading..
Molar teeth are the teeth at the posterior (back) section of the mouth. Of the 32 permanent teeth, 12 of them are molar teeth, 3 per side on the maxilla (upper jaw) and mandible (lower jaw). They are wider and bigger than the rest of the teeth, and are primarily used for grinding food. Even […]Continue reading..