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Telltale Signs Of A Failed Gum Graft

Apr 30, 202433 Views

If you have noticed a strange white patch of tissue that seems to have come off your tooth, you might be worried it's a sign of a failed gum graft. Gum grafts are procedures to fix receding gums and expose tooth roots. But sometimes, things don't go as expected.

How To Fix A Gummy Smile?

Apr 15, 202478 Views

Sometimes when you smile, you might show a lot of gum above your teeth, making them look too short. But often, it's not that your teeth are too short. It's just that there's too much gum covering them up. This is called "altered passive eruption."

What Are Dentures Made Of: Does Material Matter?

Mar 30, 202470 Views

Remember how dentures were fun and fascinating to look at in childhood? It was hard to hold them and judge what they were made of. With the advancements in dentistry, Prosthodontics have brainstormed techniques and material utilization to enhance their appearance and durability.

How Much Does A Smile Makeover Cost?

Mar 15, 202441 Views

If you wish to upgrade your smile—maybe fix some crooked teeth, brighten them up, or even get some fancy veneers. This is what a smile makeover includes. When we discuss “how much does a smile makeover cost,” it means how much money you will spend to get that radiant grin you are after.

How Long Do Gum Grafts Last?

Feb 29, 202464 Views

A gum graft is like a patch job for your gums, where tissue from one area of your mouth covers up and reinforces another. Now, how long do gum grafts last varies from person to person, and factors like oral hygiene, underlying health issues, and the type of graft done.

Situations That Need Multiple Tooth Extractions

Feb 15, 202473 Views

Multiple tooth extractions are like the dental version of cleaning a house and removing some unwanted furniture. It's when your dentist decides it's high time to get rid of severe tooth decay, stubborn wisdom teeth, or overcrowdedness. So, the dentist plays tooth referee and removes the troublemakers, making room for a healthier, happier oral community. It's like decluttering your mouth for a fresh start!

Measures to Take When Jaw Feels Out of Place

Jan 30, 202477 Views

When someone says their jaw feels out of place, it is like their jaw is taking a detour from the usual chit-chat route. This leaves them with this odd sensation that things are not clicking well. It's like your mouth is on its little adventure, and you're left wondering if it will find its way back to the smooth talk soon.

Do Tongue and Lip Tie Require Surgery?

Jan 15, 202480 Views

A tongue tie happens when the little piece of skin beneath your tongue (the frenulum) is shorter than usual, making it hard for your tongue to move freely. On the other hand, a lip tie is when the same thing occurs, but with the piece of skin that connects your upper lip to your gums. This restricts your upper lip movement.

What Causes Tooth Sensitivity After Filling?

Dec 30, 2023104 Views

Dental fillings are the go-to treatment when it comes to addressing cavities and restoring the functionality of your teeth. But while the procedure is fast and simple in itself, some people are more likely to experience tooth sensitivity after getting a filling.

Top 5 Ways To Get A Dazzling White Smile

Dec 15, 2023207 Views

Have your teeth lost their natural shine over the passage of time? Teeth can become dull or stained due to several factors, including aging, smoking, and consuming pigmented foods or drinks.

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