Wisdom Tooth Removal : Pros and Cons

Posted on : 28-12-2012 | By : Haddon Suttner | In : Dental Implants, Dentist and Dentistry, Oral Health, Preventive Dentistry, Wisdom Tooth Extraction

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The wisdom teeth are the very last teeth to emerge, usually between the ages of 17 and 25. Since a young adult is more astute than a child, these molars at the extreme left and right of your upper and lower jaws are referred to as “wisdom” teeth. Wisdom teeth are a valuable asset to the mouth when they are healthy and properly positioned. However, problems develop that require their removal. When the jaw isn’t large adequate to contain wisdom teeth, they can become impacted. Wisdom teeth may grow sideways, emerge only part way from the gum or remain trapped beneath the gum and bone.

Benefits of Herbal Toothpaste

Posted on : 17-12-2012 | By : Haddon Suttner | In : Oral Health, Preventive Dentistry, Tooth Whitening

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Herbal toothpaste is a unique formulation of natural ingredients that provide long lasting and complete oral care to gums & teeth. It contains Herbal extract and essential oils that fights effectively against bacteria. The herbal paste not only cleans teeth but also bring freshness in breath.

How to Stop Jawbone and Facial Collapse

Posted on : 13-12-2012 | By : Haddon Suttner | In : Dental Implants, Dentist and Dentistry, Oral Health, Preventive Dentistry

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Facial collapse is a condition where the body begins dissolving the jaw bones to use the minerals in the body after all of a person’s teeth have been extracted. Changes in our faces occur naturally as we age. But when all of your teeth are missing changes are go faster by jawbone shrinkage that leads to facial collapse. After your teeth are all extracted, the jaws begin to shrink. Your body now considers the bone in the jaws to be useless and it takes those minerals for use elsewhere. Over a period of ten or twenty years you will end up with a condition called Facial Collapse. Facial collapse occurs when the jaw no longer supports any teeth. Those experiencing this problem may appear to have a shriveled face.

Bottle-Feeding Ruins Infant Teeth

Posted on : 06-12-2012 | By : Haddon Suttner | In : Dentistry for Children, Oral Health, Preventive Dentistry

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Every year a large number of infants and small children suffer from extensive tooth decay. Research has identified major culprits as milk and other liquids which are fed to small children in bottles. In recent times dentists have reported a rising rate of severe tooth decay in infants as young as 12 months. The prime factor responsible for this is thought to be bottle feeding babies.