Repairing a Broken Tooth

Posted on : 28-01-2013 | By : Haddon Suttner | In : Dentist and Dentistry, Oral Health, Preventive Dentistry

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Repairing a Broken Tooth

Teeth are important in many ways. If you take care of them, they’ll help take care of you. Strong, healthy teeth help you chew the right foods to help you grow. They help you speak clearly.While teeth are very strong, they sometimes can break or chip due to an injury, biting down on something hard, or from being weakened by cavities.

Treatment of Dental Abscess

Posted on : 21-01-2013 | By : Haddon Suttner | In : Dentist and Dentistry, Oral Health, Preventive Dentistry

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Treatment of Dental Abscess

A dental abscess, or tooth abscess, is an accumulation of pus that forms inside the teeth or gums. The abscess typically originates from a bacterial infection, often one that has accumulated in the soft pulp of the tooth.Bacteria exist in plaque, a by-product of food, saliva and bacteria in the mouth which sticks to the teeth and damages them, as well as the gums. If the plaque is not removed by regular and proper tooth brushing and flossing the bacteria may spread within the soft tissue inside the tooth or gums, eventually resulting in an abscess.

What Is Dental Abscess

Posted on : 13-01-2013 | By : Haddon Suttner | In : Dentist and Dentistry, Oral Health, Preventive Dentistry

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What Is Dental Abscess

An abscess is a collection of pus. Pus is a thick fluid that usually contains white blood cells, dead tissue and bacteria (germs). The usual cause of an abscess is an infection with bacteria. The abscess typically originates from a bacterial infection, often one that has accumulated in the soft pulp of the tooth. A dental abscess occurs when the nerve of a tooth has become infected. This is usually due to dental decay, but may also be caused by injury to the tooth. A dental abscess can cause toothache and other symptoms.Without treatment, the condition is likely to become worse, and you may lose the affected tooth.

How to Avoid Bruxism or Teeth Clenching

Posted on : 06-01-2013 | By : Haddon Suttner | In : Dentist and Dentistry, Oral Health, Preventive Dentistry

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How to Avoid Bruxism or Teeth Clenching2

Bruxism is the term use to teeth grinding. This activity usually occurs during sleep at night or even in a day nap. It is a grinding of the teeth accompanied with jaw clenching that occurs to children and adult particularly at sleep. This oral activity has many causes.bruxism, does not usually cause harm, but when teeth grinding occurs on a regular basis the teeth can be damaged and other oral health complications can arise.