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What Happens If Your Kid Needs a Root Canal Treatment?

Children’s teeth can become decayed and infected and if the decay has progressed quite far into the tooth, you might find we suggest a root canal treatment. These are quite different from adult root canal treatments, taking into account the developing tooth as well as the immature adult tooth that lies directly underneath. The different types of treatment include: Indirect Pulp Treatment – An indirect pulp treatment is used for teeth where the decay hasn’t quite reached the pulp, right in the center of the tooth.

Brushing and Flossing Are Not Working

Tooth brushing and flossing are a problem and are not working. There is an alternative.

Dry Mouth: A Condition to Take Good Care Of

Our mouth just does not stay in constant healthy state forever. There are numerous problems which it faces because of our inconsistent habit of not taking care of it. Be it Gum Disease or Plaque or Missing Tooth or any other Dental related problems; our mouth faces it all. One very common problem that we face and especially senior citizen faces are Dry Mouth. So what is it all about and how to overcome it? Come let’s discuss it in further detail.

Alginate Vs PVS – Which to Choose?

In the world of dentistry there are two front-runners when it comes to impression materials, yet which one would be the best bet for our dental surgeries? The two options we have are that of the traditional Alginate type materials and the more recent PVS (polyvinyl siloxane) silicone type materials.

Relation Between Our Mouth and Celiac Disease

Celiac Disease or Gluten Sensitivity Enteropathy is one of the most common diseases found in young Americans. In fact it is known to affect kids and adults. People are generally not aware of the disease which is the reason why the treatment for it gets neglected and hence our tooth starts to get affected. The role of Dentists in our lives is always very important which is why it has always been advised to visit your dentist once in every six months. So come let us discuss further how Celiac Disease is affecting our Oral System.

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