What is periodontitis?

What is periodontitis?

Periodontitis is a serious gum disease that damages the soft tissue and bone that supports tooth. On the base of the tooth plaque and tartar are accumulated.They pull the gum away. It causes infection. Symptoms of periodontitis: Bleeding gums when brushing teeth and touching ( not always painful ). Healthy gums are usually light pink and form tight seal around the teeth. Tender, red or purple-colored gums may indicate gum disease( periodontitis ) Bad breath or bad taste in the mouth Receding gums and formation of deep pockets between teeth and gums Loose or shifting teeth Periodontitis is one of the main dental disease that results in tooth loss with […]

Temporary and permanent dental crowns

Temporary and permanent dental crowns

Treatment with crowns are most often applied in cases in which we have: A damaged or broken tooth Tooth with large dental filling that may weaken it Crooked or colorless tooth Cracked or worn out tooth Dental dysplasia The aim here is to restore lost anatomical shape, impaired function and aesthetics. Usually the teeth against which apply this treatment are dead or having to be put to death. In rare cases, teeth treated with dental crowns can be kept alive. The dentist will administer a local anesthetic, file down the tooth and make a dental imprint to create the crown in a lab. The whole process will take about 1 […]

10 tips for healthy mouth for the whole family

10 tips for healthy mouth for the whole family

The healthy smile means healthy gums, healthy teeth you are able to chew and eat with.There are a few easy ways of maintaining a bright smile since early childhood: 1. A large number of infants and some very young children ( toddlers ) suffer from caries. Half of the children aged 12-15 have caries. That’s why it is really important that teeth care starts since the first tooth appear. It usually happens when a baby is six months old. That’s the right moment to start cleaning baby’s teeth with a slightly wet and very soft toothbrush. 2. Use sealants. Around the age of six, children have their first permanent molar […]