Bruxism is the term used to describe tooth gritting or grinding. It can impact significantly on the health of your teeth and is associated with periodontitis. There are a number of things you can do to reduce the damage bruxism may cause to your teeth.
Halitosis and dysgeusia may have many causes but may be due to gum disease. Oral hygiene can affect your breath and lead to gum disease but there are many things you can do to help.
Numerous risk factors have been identified for gum disease. Because some of them are within your control, it is important to be aware of them.
Everyday stress may be an integral part of life, but more extreme stress affects your oral health in more ways than you'd have guessed — even leading to gum disease.
Can cancer patients undergo root canal treatment? Is there anything different about such a procedure for cancer patients? These and other questions about root canal treatment in cancer patients answered.
Root canal treatment has come a long way from what it used to be just a few decades back. Dentists are now able to perform the procedure more quickly, with less pain, and with more predictability. Let us have a look at how this change came about.
Wisdom tooth removal is advised routinely by dentists around the world. What exactly are wisdom teeth and why do we have to get them removed? Here is everything you need to know about the process.
Does every root canal treated tooth have to get a cap? Is it just a way for the dentists to make even more money? Or is there a scientific reasoning behind this practice? We have all the answers.
Root canal treatment almost always involved multiple visits to the dentist a few years back but that is not the case anymore. Root canal treatment can be provided much quicker and reliably in most cases, although, some still require more than one sitting.
Root canal treatment is one of the most commonly administered treatments in the dental clinic. Learn exactly what it is, what it is done, and what you can expect from the procedure.