When there is some dental issue in a milk tooth and it needs to be treated, the first question that the parent asks a dentist is “aren’t these milk teeth? Aren’t they supposed to fall off? Why do we need to treat them?” Well God has given us two sets of teeth, in case you don’t take care of the first set you will have trouble with the next one too. The answer is simple; you need to know a few facts about milk teeth to know how important they are.
In today’s podcast, Dr. Nandini Nelivigi explained to you about "Choosing the right toothbrush for good oral health".
In this podcast, Dr. Nandini Nelivigi explains you what causes sensitive teeth and why does someone teeth develop sensitivity??
Hairline fractures of the tooth or cracked tooth are one of the main reasons for a person to seek dental treatment. Causes: Teeth with large fillings High pressure from the opposing tooth Accidents or blow to the teeth Abrupt changes in temperature Chewing on hard food like ice, candy, nuts, etc., Age
All dentists try their best to save a tooth up to their last best opportunity. However, there might come a situation when the tooth has to be removed. The causes for extraction could be varied from
When you have crowded teeth / spaced teeth / proclined teeth it not only causes an embarrassment to smile but has health implications too. Health benefits of straight teeth:
What is a tooth brush? It is a device used to clean your teeth, gums and tongue. It has a head on which bristles are mounted, a handle to hold the brush comfortably and move it into all parts of the mouth and a neck which connects the head with the handle.
Tooth Decay We all know that the most common cause of a toothache is tooth decay. Pain begins when the decay creates a cavity and reaches the nerves that lie in the inner layer of the tooth. A damaged dentin exposes the nerves, which can cause acute pain. When the pain progresses from an ache to a sharp tinge, the tooth decay may have reached the center of the tooth.