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blog   •   August 17, 2018

Know How A Periodontal Disease is Treated

Periodontics is a situation in which the gums get seriously infected by the infection-causing bacteria. As the disease spreads, it affects your bone, as well as, teeth. Nowadays, with the advancement of medical science and technology, many treatment options are available. Gone are the days when the dentists used to extract your affected teeth for […]

blog   •   July 24, 2018

Gingivitis Can Convert into Advanced Periodontitis if the Condition is Ignored

The sight of bleeding gums should be a matter of concern because it is one of the indications of gingivitis (initial stage of gum disease). It is important for every person to see the dentist at least twice in a year to get their mouth checked thoroughly. Following this can help the dentists detect early signs […]

Cosmetic Dentistry   •   August 12, 2016

Reduce your Chances of Dental Infections with Proper Endodontic Treatment

The continuous heavy use of our teeth causes the enamel to wear away and reveal the fleshy part of the dentin that is called the pulp chamber. This section houses all the nerve endings and any problem with this part of your tooth can result in excruciating pain. The only treatment possible is root canal […]

Periodontal Gum Disease   •   July 15, 2016

What are the Various Treatments for Gingivitis?

You might develop gum disease because of improper oral hygiene. It is a commonly occurring condition that affects adults and is generally treatable at your dental care professional. Periodontal disease is the more advanced form of gum disease and can lead to severe conditions like tooth decay, tooth damage and bone loss; however, it is […]

Oral Health   •   April 6, 2016

What Can Happen If You Don’t See The Dentist Regularly?

Sometimes it’s just too convenient to put off going to the dentist. I have yet to across someone who enjoys the experience of having sharp instruments and drills inserted into their mouths. Moreover, there is always the issue of paying the costly bill.

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