30 December 2020
Obviously, you need to see a dentist if you develop tooth pain, break a tooth, or see a brown spot on your tooth. However, there are many more subtle signs of dental problems that patients often overlook. Failing to have these problems addressed promptly may cause them to get a lot worse. So, if you develop any of the following symptoms, it is a good idea to call your dentist sooner rather than later.
23 November 2020
Have you heard of amelogenesis? You, like the vast majority of people in the world, have probably already gone through amelogenesis. It's the process of dental enamel formation, and don't worry if you've never heard of it, since it's an invisible process, occurring beneath your gums, while your teeth are in the final stages of development, ready to grow from your gums. But why does amelogenesis not always occur for some people?
12 October 2020
Tooth extraction is always the last resort for serious dental complications. One lost tooth can cause all kinds of problems further down the line, from crooked teeth to bone loss. And tooth replacement with a dental implant can be costly. Unfortunately, while dentists do all they can to save teeth, tooth extraction is sometimes unavoidable. In the following scenarios, the most advisable course of action is tooth extraction. When an infection spreads out of control