Gingival sulcus, also known as free gingiva, is the space where “the gums and teeth meet“, or the natural space between the gum tissue and the surface of the tooth. The Gingival sulcus is a very small V-shaped space around 3 millimeters in depth around the tooth and gums. The cementoenamel junction is located at […]Continue reading..
At first, it may not seem obvious that a psychiatric disorder can cause dental problems. Bulimia is known to cause serious medical and dental problems. It can have plenty of complications for your health, including tooth discoloration, rapid tooth decay, rapid weight loss etc. The first signs of bulimia are often spotted by dentists which […]Continue reading..
Dental resorption is not a commonly known dental term, so you may have a lot of questions if you are diagnosed with it. Dental or tooth resorption is a medical condition that causes loss of a part or parts of a tooth. It is most commonly caused by dental trauma, after which the body rejects […]Continue reading..
When it comes to taking care of our teeth, we’ve certainly all tried mouthwash before, that fresh, minty liquid we rinse our mouth with. But does mouthwash do anything, or is it just a marketing ploy to get you to buy? Mouthwash usually contains an antiseptic that fights against bacteria that live inside your mouth, […]Continue reading..
For those who might not know, a person’s palate is the official medical term for a roof of the mouth. It’s the part that separates the mouth from the nose cavities. The palate starts to develop in the early stages of pregnancy and continues to develop through early childhood. Now, when it comes to […]Continue reading..