How to Remove Plaque and Tartar
Tartar is also called calculus, and it is an accumulation of minerals and plaque from your saliva that becomes hard. Tartar can coat the exterior of your teeth and invade under your gum line. Tartar gives a feeling of a crusty blanket on teeth. Food and drinks can easily cause tartar.
8 Tips to Get Rid of Bad Breath
Bad breath, also called halitosis, is embarrassing and in many cases may cause anxiety. It is no wonder that store shelves are filled with gum, mints, mouthwashes and other products to fight bad breath. Many of these products are temporary measures as they do not address the cause of the issue. Dental specialists suggest simple tips to enhance your breath and keep your teeth and gums healthy. Try these steps to make your mouth feel clean and fresh:
Root Canal- All you need to know
A “root canal” is not a treatment, but a part of your tooth. A root canal is a hollow section of your tooth that includes the blood vessels, nerve tissue and other cells, also known as dental pulp. The dental treatment is commonly known as a “root canal” is actually called endodontic therapy which means “inside the tooth."
Why is Flossing Important?
You floss your teeth every time after you brush or after you consume a meal. It is the only way to keep your tooth decay and gum disease away. Flossing removes plaque as it is a major reason to cause cavities and other dental problems.
Treatments for Yellow Teeth
Yellow teeth are a sign of poor dental hygiene. Diet and lifestyle habits can also cause your natural teeth to discolour. A lot of people also have confidence issues because of yellow teeth which stops them from showing off their beautiful smile.
How Does Soda Affect Your Teeth?
The acid in soda attacks your teeth. Once this acid eats away at your enamel, it goes on to create cavities, leaves stains on your teeth, and erodes the inside structure of your teeth. So, avoid drinking soft drinks, or limit their intake and take good care of your teeth.
Malocclusion of Teeth – What is it?
Occlusion is a term used for the alignment of your teeth. Normally, your teeth need to fit easily inside your mouth, with no crowding or spacing issues. Also, none of your teeth should appear rotated or twisted. The teeth in your upper jaw should overlap the teeth of your lower jaw slightly. This would allow the pointed ridges of your molars to fit into the groves of your opposite molar. If your teeth are not in this normal occlusion, they become a victim of malocclusion.
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