Top Dental Care Tips
Brush two times a day
In morning and evening
Keep good tooth paste
Choose good quality tooth brush
And always keep smile
 
  Choose Best Toothbrush
Choose better quality toothbrush
Take and advice from your dentist
Toothbrush prevents dental disease
Chosse good plastic toothbrush
 
  Choose Best Toothpaste
Choose better quality toothpaste
Try to purchase small toothpaste tubes
Check the tubes before purchasing
Choose the paste accrording to your taste
 
  Dental Insurance
Take advice from your family dentist
Evaluate the available dental insurance plans
Do not take cheap dental insurance plans
Choose insurnace plans according to your salary
 
       
 
 
 
  FAQs
 
Q-What are the stages of gum disease?
A-Gum disease has several stages. The initial stage is called gingivitis and is an infection of the gingival (gum tissue). In this stage, gums become red, swollen, and prone to bleeding. The underlying bone is unaffected. In later stages, however, gum disease can lead to bone loss and the loosening or even loss of teeth.
Q-How is gum disease treated?
A-Gum disease treatment varies according to the stage of the disease. At its mildest stages, gingivitis can be treated by clearing plaque and tartar deposits from the gum pockets. Severe gum disease, on the other hand, might require treatment that includes bone and gum grafts.
Q- What causes sensitive teeth?
A-Sensitive teeth can be caused by a range of factors. The porous part of the tooth, called dentin, is the region that registers pain, and dentin can become exposed due to:
Fractured or chipped teeth
Teeth injured by clenching or grinding
Receding gums caused by gum disease or improper brushing
Q-What are the causes of bruxism (teeth grinding)?
A-Teeth grinding can be caused by a range of factors; often, both emotional and physical factors are involved. Causal factors can include stress, sleep disorders, an abnormal bite, and crooked or missing teeth.
Q-What are dental sealants?
A-Dental sealants are a plastic coating painted on the grooved, hard-to-reach surfaces of the back teeth. Pits and fissures on these surfaces are particularly susceptible to tooth decay. Dental sealants can be used to seal out cavity-causing bacteria from damaging the teeth.