Broken or chipped teeth are all issues related to aesthetics as well as oral health and require dental intervention.
A beautiful and radiant smile is always a big plus when communicating with people nearby. However, if you experience dental diseases, you may easily lose your confidence.
The molars which are responsible for chewing function are quite difficult to clean since they are located in the back of the mouth. Thus they are more prone to decay than canines or incisors.
Tooth decay will form holes in the teeth. Initially, the cavities are small and will become larger if not properly treated. However, tooth decay when newly formed usually does not cause any pain so you may not know about their existence unless you usually check your oral health or visit the dentist.
Tooth decay is one of the world's most common health problems. One of the methods to treat this condition is cavity filling.
To treat tooth decay, the dentist will remove the cavity and then fill in the hole with an appropriate filling material. This process is called dental filling.
This method of filling is also used to restore cracked, broken or abrasive teeth due to bad habits such as teeth grinding, nail-biting.
Ever suffered from toothache so long that you have to bite the bullet and give your dentist a visit, only to find out you have something called “pulpitis”?
As reality sinks in, your mind floats away to all the expensive treatment costs and complicated procedures. Fret not! Although nobody wants pulpitis, it’s not that hard to treat. Here’s what you should know before diving into pulpitis treatment.
When a cavity appears, you will need help from your dentist to stop its growth and protect your teeth from further damage. At an early stage, your dentist can easily deal with the cavity on your tooth enamel. However, if you keep putting off treatment, the cavity will get deep into the tooth pulp, resulting in many serious problems.
Advanced cavities can cause tooth sensitivity, pain, discomfort and even require a tooth extraction in severe cases. Therefore, if you suspect that the cavity has gotten to your tooth pulp, visit The East Rose Dental Clinic as soon as possible for timely treatment.
Besides an unpleasant appearance, missing teeth also cause difficulty in chewing and other oral problems such as negatively affecting the rest of your teeth, changing your facial structure, causing the bone to age prematurely, all of which.
If your child develops a cavity in a baby tooth the decay will slowly (and sometimes rapidly) get bigger and deeper. If the tooth is really close to falling out, we have the option of just leaving it alone. If it looks like it may be a while till it would normally fall out, we need to do something. Otherwise you are in for ugly teeth, toothaches, infection and more extensive dental work.