The Problem: Are you or your child’s tooth or teeth pointy? Through nobody’s fault teeth can be made in these fairly ‘fang-like’ shapes before they even come through the gum. The problem may be genetic and be passed down through a family.
Dental emergencies can involve a variety of problems and causes. Some common dental emergencies include: teeth knocked out or broken during sport swollen gums, cheeks or lips chipped, fractured teeth broken or dislodged crown, bridge, denture or dental filling severe pain around
Yes. There are strong links between diabetes and these dental problems: loss of teeth through gum disease slow healing after extractions or oral surgery mouth infections such as thrush and dry mouth People with diabetes, especially if their blood sugar is uncontrolled,
Yes, pregnancy does affect your oral health. Sweet food cravings or morning sickness will increase the chance of tooth decay and acid-attack damage to your teeth. The pregnancy hormones allow plaque on your teeth to do more damage. The gums can become
We are sympathetic that bad breath (“halitosis”) can be embarrassing and can put a strain on relationships. The main cause of bad breath is bacteria in the mouth, especially on the back of your tongue. These bacteria produce intense bad odours from