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What You Should Know About Root Canal Treatment

What You Should Know About Root Canal Treatment

Posted by: Dr Adyl Asani Posted 22/01/2021

During a root canal procedure, a dentist removes the infected pulp of a tooth. Doing this restores the tooth’s health and prevents further complications. This also prevents removal of a diseased tooth. So when does a patient receive this procedure? A root canal is performed to treat a tooth with severe decay and infection. Root…

How to Reduce your Teeth-Grinding Habits

Posted by: Dr Adyl Asani Posted 14/01/2021

Many people grind their teeth – often at night. Teeth-grinding causes serious damage to teeth so it’s important to reduce this habit. Top tips: – Reduce stress by learning to identify triggers; lowering stress can reduce teeth-grinding. – Try gentle jaw-stretching exercises to reduce any jaw tension. – Massage can also reduce stress and tension….

The Surprising Dental Dangers of Acid Reflux Disease

Posted by: Dr Adyl Asani Posted 09/12/2020

Anyone with acid reflux disease needs to pay particular attention to their teeth and gums. This arises from the fact that the acid can cause damage and long-term issues over time. Why is it important to see your dentist on a regular basis? This acid can begin to erode the enamel of your teeth, increasing…

The Link Between Diabetes And Gum Disease

Posted by: Dr Adyl Asani Posted 25/11/2020

The relationship between diabetes and gum disease is a complex one. Each of these conditions can make the other worse which is why patients ought to seek treatment early. Here’s everything you should know. Key takeaway: –   Diabetes lowers the body’s immunity which can increase the risk of developing periodontal disease. –   Gum disease can…

Could You Have TMJ Disorder?

Posted by: Dr Adyl Asani Posted 05/11/2020

Temporomandibular joint (TMJ) disorders cause jaw pain. Getting a proper diagnosis is required if you hope to enjoy targeted treatment options. This is why a dentist will look for several characteristic symptoms such as: A tendency to grind your teeth (known as bruxism) Pain or tenderness around the joints of your jaw. A limited or…

Do Not Put Up With Ill-fitting Dentures

Posted by: Dr Adyl Asani Posted 23/07/2020

If your full or partial dentures are causing problems, it’s important to talk with your dentist to avoid potential oral issues. Key takeaways: Ill-fitting dentures can result in jaw bone loss as they will not support the bone properly. Loose dentures can make chewing foods difficult and prevent you from receiving the nutrients you need….

Wisdom Tooth Problems

Posted by: Dr Adyl Asani Posted 03/07/2020

Situated at the back of the jawbone, wisdom teeth are the last permanent molars to appear and can often be problematic for patient and dentist.  Because humans no longer need to chew on really hard foods, these molars are essentially redundant. Also, the human mouth is now smaller than in ancient times which can lead…

A Few Facts: Mini Dental Implants

Posted by: Dr Adyl Asani Posted 26/06/2020

Dental implants are a popular way to replace a missing tooth. Mini dental implants are much smaller versions and so require less surgery. They are often used for replacing smaller teeth or used with people who do not have enough bone in their jaw to withstand a full-size implant. Key takeaways: – Mini implants have…

Avoid These Dental Implant Complications

Posted by: Dr Adyl Asani Posted 28/05/2020

Peri-implantitis is a condition that involves inflammation of the gum tissue surrounding a dental implant. This complication can put your dental implant at risk, but can be avoided with good oral hygiene. Key takeaways: –  Peri-implantitis is caused by bacteria nesting in the gums around the implants. –  Signs and symptoms of peri-implantitis include redness…

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