C and C of Missing Teeth

C and C of Missing Teeth

Missing Teeth -Consequences and Complications       Losing your teeth can cause more than health problems. It directly affects your self-esteem as tooth loss impinges on your smile and the way your face looks. Here are some perceptible consequences of tooth loss:  ...

Dentures -Removable

Instructions for Dentures- Complete and removable  Patients normally look forward to the day when they receive their new dentures. They are happy about the prospect that former dental problems will soon be over. Then, the day arrive then the new dentures are inserted...

Gum disease & Mobile teeth

Mobile or Loose teeth   While it is normal for young children to get loose (mobile) teeth, in adults, it can be a sign that you have a major problem. The most common cause for loose teeth in adults is gum disease and if you let this condition continue without...

Gum disease & Mobile teeth1

Mobile or Loose teeth Bleeding Gums   While it is normal for young children to get loose (mobile) teeth, in adults, it can be a sign that you have a major problem. The most common cause for loose teeth in adults is gum disease and if you let this condition continue...
Hygiene and Infection Control

Hygiene and Infection Control

Hygiene and Infection Control In today’s world, need for infection control has never been greater. Our dentists and supporting staff our clinic are the most concerned about taking each and every precaution about transmission of such infections. Controlling bacterial...

Malocclusion

Malocclusion of teeth Malocclusion means the teeth are not aligned properly. Causes Occlusion refers to the alignment of teeth and the way that the upper and lower teeth fit together (bite). Ideally, all upper teeth fit slightly over the lower teeth. The points of the...

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