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Straightening Crooked Teeth

The decision to straighten crooked teeth is a personal decision. For many people, lack of funding or lack of dental health insurance support may influence the decision to have their teeth straightened. A person’s general health issues may also play a role in deciding whether to treat crooked teeth. If you are personally dissatisfied with […]

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Swollen Gums

The most common and well-known type of gum disease is gingivitis, a condition that includes inflammation in the gums and around the crown of the gums that results from the development and accumulation of plaque in the gum line. Symptoms include red and swollen gums as well as bleeding. Is the gums, which may be […]

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Tooth Extraction in Children

In some cases, your child may need to have a tooth extracted. Pediatric dentists usually recommend that these extractions be performed in different positions. Here are some things in which a child may need to have a tooth extracted. Severely damaged teeth: If your child has a mouth injury, he or she may break his […]

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Gum Disease

Gum disease is a type of gingivitis that is usually caused by a bacterial infection. If gum disease is not treated in time, it can lead to a more serious infection called periodontitis. Gum disease and periodontitis are the main causes of tooth loss in adults. Causes of gum disease: Your gums are usually attached […]

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Toothaches During Pregnancy

Disruption of hormonal balance during pregnancy may cause toothache during this period. In addition, elevated levels of estrogen and progesterone can make pregnant women more susceptible to infection and tooth decay. Toothache in pregnancy can also be caused by gum disease, wisdom teeth, gingivitis, tooth decay and calcium deficiency (due to the fetus’ need for […]

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Oral Thrush

Oral thrush happens when a yeast infection develops inside your mouth. It’s also known as oral candidiasis, oropharyngeal candidiasis, or simply thrush. Oral thrush most often occurs in infants and toddlers. It causes white or yellowish bumps to form on the inner cheeks and tongue. It is mainly inherited, but environmental or allergic factors can also occur. it is a small sore […]

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Correcting Teeth Shape and Size

Correcting the shape and size of teeth or aligning teeth is a cost-effective, cost-effective approach to correcting the design of a smile and having a smile. Beautification and scaling of teeth is one of the cosmetic dental treatments that causes subtle and minor changes in the teeth. But these small changes make a big difference. […]

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Crown Lengthening

Crown lengthening is a surgical procedure performed to determine more of the tooth structure so that the tooth can be properly repaired. Prolonging or lengthening the crown, as the name implies, occurs when the tooth is not long enough to be maintained in restorative treatments such as veneers. This is a surgical procedure that provides […]

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The Pain of Teething

The age of teething varies from child to child, but the baby’s first teeth usually appear around the age of 6 months. Some babies may not have had them before, at 3 months, or some may not have had them until their first birthday. What are the signs and symptoms of tooth extraction? Teething is […]

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Extra Teeth

Hyperdontia is the growth of extra teeth that should not normally be present. Normally, the number of deciduous teeth is 20 and the number of permanent teeth is 32. Primary teeth are the primary teeth that begin to grow and protrude from the gums from infancy and gradually fall out at school age and are […]