Bad breath can be linked to tonsillitis can occur in acute, chronic and recurrent forms of tonsillitis. It can be caused by microbial build, growth or infections your sinuses.lung infections and conditions such as bronchitis, pulmonary abscess can become big reasons of bad breath.
A toothache is caused when the nerve in the root of a tooth or surrounding a tooth is irritated. Dental infection, injury, or loss of a tooth are the most common causes of dental pain. It may also occur after an extraction (tooth is pulled out). Pain sometimes originates from other areas and radiates to the jaw, thus appearing to be tooth pain.
A dark or real chocolate is good for teeth but not every chocolate is good for teeth. Real chocolate has a good source of polyphenols, natural chemicals that can limit oral bacteria. They are also able to neutralize microorganisms that cause bad breath and prevent some bacteria from turning sugar and starches into acid. If you eat a limit of…[Read more]
Dental bridges are used to replace missing teeth but not a permanent solution when there are between 1 and 3 teeth missing. They can be used for front or back teeth. The average is 10-15 years for conventional bridge and 7-10 years for resin-bonded bridges.
Flossing is an important oral hygiene practice. It also helps prevent tooth decay and can reduce your risk of developing gum disease by removing plaque. In addition, flossing gives you the opportunity to regularly examine your mouth for any swelling or redness. Flossing gives you an opportunity to take a good look at your teeth, tongue, and gums.…[Read more]
Tooth sensitivity is a common dental problem that involves discomfort or pain in teeth when encountering certain substances and temperatures. The following are some at-home treatments suggested by the Bridges Dental Clinic:
1 Use a soft-bristled toothbrush.
2 Avoid highly acidic foods.
3 Use a fluoridated mouthwash daily.
4 Avoid teeth grinding.…[Read more]
Your black spots could be stain or decay. In the case of both, you need to have them looked at by your dentist and dental hygienist. To prevent them, make sure that you are brushing in circular movements and that the bristles get down to the gum line and slightly under the gum to remove biofilm and bacteria. Brush as soon as you can after eating:…[Read more]
Hydrogen peroxide is the active ingredient used in teeth whitening gels and agents. It is used in both in-office and at-home teeth whitening procedures. Hydrogen peroxide is very effective in removing any external stains. It’s high reactive nature can make your teeth weak so do not make your habits. It can make your teeth look really artificial.…[Read more]
Bleeding gums is generally a sign that your gums are inflamed.This is due to lack of proper oral hygiene. By improving brushing, correct flossing every night (flossing before brushing), and getting regular dental cleanings can eliminate gum bleeding.
Bleeding gums are caused by inadequate plaque removal. Plaque contains germs which attack the healthy tissue around the teeth. This will cause the gums to become inflamed and irritated, which may cause them to bleed when brushing or flossing. This is called bleeding gums disease.Several things can cause gums to bleed, including plaque buildup…[Read more]
Dental floss tool is a soft, strong, waxed or unwaxed thread, usually made of nylon, for drawing between the teeth to remove food particles and prevent the buildup of plaque.The daily use of dental floss is as essential as brushing your teeth.
Teeth grinding can be caused by stress and anxiety, it often occurs during sleep and is more likely caused by an abnormal bite or missing or crooked teeth. Grinding your teeth can aggravate the joints in your lower jaw. This can lead to pain or tightness in the joint area, and even earaches and headaches. Reduce this kind of problem drink water…[Read more]
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