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Why Are Shaved Teeth Needed For Veneers?
There are many cosmetic treatment options to cater to issues of the teeth, and one such is using veneers. They are quite useful in covering up the dents of the teeth to make them aesthetic. Veneers are durable sheets of porcelain that cover the frontal tooth surface. However, think twice before getting one. Veneers are […]
Why is the Roof of My Mouth Yellow?
Does the roof of your mouth look yellow? You might be worried after noticing that the top of your mouth looks yellow. But why? The reasons are many. From infections to underlying medical conditions, a lot of factors can make the mouth’s roof change color. We’ll discuss the causes in this blog; keep reading to […]
Scalloped Tongue: 5 Reasons You Have Ridges on the Side of Your Tongue
Have you noticed ridges on the side of your tongue? Popularly known as a scalloped tongue, this condition makes your tongue look wavy on the sides. Although this condition isn’t harmful in itself, it is still good to be well aware of the causes in case to know if you need immediate treatment. Lucky for […]
3 Important Types of Dental Implants You Should Know About
Dental Implants are a brilliant way to restore your teeth to their original shape and appearance. Moreover, they enhance your jaw’s use and help with chewing. Dental implants function just like permanent teeth despite being artificially screwed inside your jaw. Plus, rather than sticking to one, you can choose from the different types of dental […]
Why Should One Choose A Sugar Free Gum?
Having an adequate oral hygiene regime is of prime importance to minimize the risk of developing cavities. Cavities on or in between teeth are common due to bacterial manifestation. Our teeth are susceptible to it because of periodic eating that gives the germs a chance to play with the acids left on teeth resulting in […]
How Do I Deal With a Tongue Cut?
Your tongue is a muscular organ that may suffer from bleeding after trauma. This is mainly because of a cut on the tongue after a traumatic incident. Tongue laceration is not that uncommon and is mostly not a reason for concern. However, you should know how to deal with such a situation and when you […]
There Is a Pimple on My Tongue — Should I Be Worried?
A pimple on your tongue is not always a lie bump. Tongue bumps can be a canker sore, cold sore, a symptom of allergy, and more. Sometimes, it indicates underlying severe conditions like oral cancer. Therefore, getting educated on what they mean can come in handy. We have listed six causes your tongue has a […]
Herpes Under The Tongue – Reasons Explained
Oral herpes are one of the painful protrusions that can decrease the quality of life. More so if the herpes grows on or under the tongue. These painful bumps on the tongue are because if HSV-I (herpes simplex virus) and makes daily mundane tasks like eating food or drinking beverages difficult. Good news is that […]
Cavity vs Stain – What IS It On Your Teeth?
People are often in confusion when it comes to detecting a cavity vs stain on the teeth. This is because they are extremely similar in their physical appearance. However, there are many differences to it as well. So, in this blog, we have discussed all the details of this cavity and stain on the tooth […]
How To Deal With Tartar Breaking Off The Back of Your Teeth?
You may one day suddenly feel that a part of a tooth chipped off while brushing or eating; at that time, don’t panic! It’s most likely the calcified tartar breaking off the back of your teeth. If you compare the two, teeth are naturally strong and resistant to breaking; on the other hand, tartar is […]