The popularity of dental implants can sometimes make it feel like they are the only option for permanent teeth replacement. We look at some of the non-implant options that are available readily and the situations they excel in.
Dental Implants are the first choice of treatment your dentist will offer if you have a missing tooth. Here are is everything you need to know about dental implants and exactly what you can expect during the procedure.
There are many different methods to replace a missing tooth. Which one is the best for you?
Is it advisable to wear your dentures during cancer treatment? We outline what the accepted protocol is as well as the reasoning behind it.
Oral mucositis is one of the most common side effects of cancer treatment. It can be challenging to manage and can affect the patient's quality of life severely. Here are some of the most effective methods to prevent and treat this condition.
It can be very difficult to deal with painful mouth ulcers after undergoing cancer treatment. We outline the methods and medications that have been proven to be most effective in helping manage the condition.
Cancer treatment can mean that even simple things like brushing your mouth in the morning take on a new significance. It is important to understand the different needs and thus specific toothpastes that are best for patients undergoing cancer treatment.
Radiation of the head and neck regions is associated with a large number of side effects, chief among which is rampant tooth decay. We outline why this happens and what you need to do in order to protect your teeth from decay after radiation.
Cancer treatment, including radiation and chemotherapy, both affect the healing mechanism of the body and make it susceptible to minor injury. This is why even simple procedures like extractions must be carried out with a lot of caution.
Dental Implants often support or replace important teeth in the mouth. This is why it can be a big loss if they fall out after radiation for cancer. We take a look at why this happens and how it can be prevented.