In most cases, dental patients are more concerned about the condition of their teeth, rather than their position. Common orthodontic issues like cavities, tooth decay, and sensitivity are often the main concerns, but can a position of teeth cause problems? Yes, it can. The most common problem regarding the position is overjet teeth. An overjet […]Continue reading..
When it comes to teeth-related concerns, most people worry about tooth decay, cavities, gum disease, mouth sores, and tooth sensitivity. Also, aesthetically speaking, people are usually more concerned about having fewer teeth in their mouth than having too many of them. That said, can having too many teeth really be a problem? Yes, it can […]Continue reading..
Sometimes, no matter how much a dentist might try, there won’t be any hope for that bad tooth and it will simply have to come out. The dentist pulls the tooth out, there’s some minor pain along with a bit of space where our tooth used to be and all that’s left to do now […]Continue reading..
Having a gap between the front teeth might make you feel less attractive or even make you smile less. If this is bothering you, don’t despair, a front teeth gap can be fixed. First the facts, there is usually nothing (medically) wrong with having a front teeth gap. Sure, you may think that it doesn’t […]Continue reading..
Enamel hypoplasia sounds rather daunting on paper, doesn’t it? But fret not! We’re here to correct any misconceptions and reassure you that this condition is quite treatable. Of course, the dental treatment itself depends on the severity of the condition, but its main goal moves along the lines of: Tooth decay prevention Good bite maintenance […]Continue reading..