Common Dental Problems and Their Treatment Options

Just about everyone has or will encounter dental problems; the two main reasons behind this are genetics and poor oral hygiene. Here are the most common dental conditions and what your dentist might recommend for treatment: Holes in Your Teeth Holes in your teeth mostly occur due to poor dental health. However, if your enamel is genetically weak, you might be at high risk for tooth decay, which causes holes in your teeth. [Read More]

Essential Things You Should Know About Root Canal Treatment

Has your dentist recommended that you seek root canal treatment? Most people fear this procedure because of the stigma that's associated with it. They know that the procedure will reduce the excruciating pain and immense sensitivity to cold and hot foods, but still, they are sceptical about it. Knowing some of the basic things about root canal treatment can help you make smart decisions and shun the fear. Here is a guide covering the most vital things you need to know before starting the root canal therapy. [Read More]

Do You Need a Personalised Cavity Prevention Strategy?

Although it's impossible to predict the location and severity of any cavities that might develop in your mouth, it's possible to predict that you might be affected. After all, close to 100% of all adults across the world have some form of tooth decay. There are a very small number of people who will never have to deal with a cavity in their lifetime, but, statistically speaking, you're probably not one of them. [Read More]

Can Snoring Damage Your Teeth?

Snoring isn't exactly a rare occurrence. You stand a pretty good chance of doing it yourself since around half of all adults will snore in their lifetime (although some will do so more than others). But what's the big deal? Unless your snoring is a sign of a potentially serious condition known as sleep apnea, about the worst your snoring will do is wake up your partner, right? Your snoring can, in fact, cause additional issues, and can sometimes begin to affect your dental health. [Read More]