Oral and Dental Health

Dental Filling

What is a Filling? Filling a tooth damaged by decay, is a way to restore normal function and appearance. When you fill your dentist will first remove the decayed tooth. Cleans the affected area, and fill the gap filler. Spaces where bacteria can enter work also helps prevent further decay by closing the filling. The materials used for fillings include gold, porcelain, composite resin (tooth-colored fillings), and an ama…

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Wisdom Teeth

What are Wisdom Teeth? Wisdom teeth are the teeth 3. Less is located at the end of both jaws. They are also the latest teeth, usually between 16 and 20 years of age. Because wisdom teeth are the last permanent teeth may not be enough room for them in your mouth. This is next to another tooth or bone under the gum tissue can lead to wisdom teeth remain buried. If teeth are impacted, swelling and tenderness may occur. Par…

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What Are Dentures?

Prostheses are placed on removable teeth to replace missing teeth and your mouth is. Although there is never like to take time to get used to the prosthesis and natural teeth, the dentures are made today, the natural-looking than the older and more useful. There are two types of dentures: full and partial. Your dentist should be replaced and the cost based on the number of teeth will help you choose the best dentures fo…

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Why Are Teeth Removed?

Teeth are extracted for various reasons: Decay has reached the tooth root Surrounding the tooth or destroy a large portion of bone infection There is not enough room for all the teeth in your mouth Many dentists, only encourages the use of partial withdrawal of the impacted tooth. Bacteria can enter around a partially erupted tooth can cause infection and spread to the bone surrounding the tooth may cause a serious prob…

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