Dental cavity is a problem that many poeple are affected by. But there is a very simple method to prevent them: eat foods that help to preserve your oral health!
The answer to this question is always “no”. Uncategorically. In some cases, there is no real problem and it is just the cement that holds the dental crown in place that has been dissolved or otherwise compromised, but the problem is, you need a trained medical professional to be able to determine why and how the dental crown fell off. But the crown may be damaged, the tooth may have decayed, and you may not be able to re-adhere the dental crown without causing damage. The best thing to do in these cases is to wait it out until you can go back to your dentist and get the dental crown put back by a professional.
Clinical Oral Implants Research is a journal of dentistry that deals with mainly with tooth implants, and it has recently published a very interesting find. Nearly a third of patients waiting for dental implants believed some serious misinformation regarding dental implants. Here are some of the most common bits of confusion:
Chewing gum is frequently assumed to be just a form of candy. This could not be further from the truth, especially with sugar free gum, which is not only good for your teeth and gums, but increases your saliva production and your ability to resist the bacteria that cause dental caries. Here is the skinny on how good sugar free chewing gum is for your teeth.
When you get a new dental crown, you may be surprised to find that it feels a little bit funny. It may even be painful, but in most cases of dental crown sensitivity, it is just a slight discomfort that comes along when you bite or encounter hot or cold sensations. This is a fairly normal occurrence, and can be caused by a number of things. We will now go over what can provoke dental crown sensitivity, how it can be managed, and what you need to do to end it.
Yet another study has seen the light of day which proves that smoking can cause dental implant failure. This is small surprise to the world of dentistry, as the negative effects of smoking on the human oral cavity have been known for a long time. We wish to deal a little with what kinds of troubles you can expect if you have dental implants and still continue to smoke.
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