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The tooth consists of three layers. The outer layer is called enamel, the layer underlying the enamel is called the dentin and the innermost layer of the tooth is called the pulp. The pulp is the only living structure in the tooth. When the pulp is infected, a root canal treatment is to be performed to save the tooth. (more…)

Wisdom Teeth

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Problems with wisdom teeth

When there is not enough room in the jaw for wisdom teeth, it can stop them coming through properly. Brushing and flossing these teeth can be difficult. Food and bacteria can get stuck between the wisdom tooth and the tooth next to it, leading to tooth decay and gum infections.

Crowded wisdom teeth in the upper jaw often lean sideways and rub against the cheek. This may cause ulcers on the cheek and chewing problems. Wisdom teeth may also push the other teeth closer together and affect a person’s bite. (more…)

How to maintain your teeth white

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Whiter teeth  is something that many people in our country would desire today, whether you already have white teeth or you’ve just completed a whitening treatment, keep in mind that you’ve still got some work to do when it comes to preserving that beautiful, sparkling smile. You need to be thoughtful about how you treat your teeth if you want them to remain white. To help your teeth stay brighter for a longer period, follow these helpful tips.


Benefits of Microscope Dentistry

newThe value of high magnification in clinical medicine (via a surgical microscope) has been well known for more than 50 years. The value of high magnification in dentistry (via a dental operating microscope) has been well known for 20 years in endodontics, for 14 years in periodontics3 and for over 10 years in restorative dentistry.




What you eat and how often you eat can easily affect your development of tooth decay. Our teeth are covered with a sticky firm of bacteria called plaque. If your don’t clean your teeth after eating , plaque converts sugar and foods into acids that can attack your tooth enamel. It cannot be removed by our regular brushing and flossing, to prevent cavities and maintain good oral health, your diet — what you eat and how often you eat are important factors. Changes in your mouth start the minute you eat certain foods. Bacteria in the mouth convert sugars and carbohydrates from the foods you eat to acids, and it’s the acids that begin to attack the enamel on teeth, starting the decay process. The more often you eat and snack, the more frequently you are exposing your teeth to the cycle of decay.




People normally love to have straight aligned celebrity teeth, but not every one dream comes true . The most common way of teeth alignment is braces , people believes that braces is most effective treatment for aligning teeth.  One major disadvantage of wearing on braces is the discomfort and pain that dental patients usually experience when having braces installed. This is because of the metal frame is usually used when making the brace. It will run through the teeth and produce a sensitivity that will render the teeth prone to dental pain (more…)

Can gum disease affect your developing baby?

Most of the people will be terrified on hearing , your gum disease can affect the developing baby of pregnant mother .Many researchers have found out that periodontal disease in expectant mothers actually affects their unborn child to many different risks; particularly if they also happen to be diabetes sufferers.


Does green tea stains your teeth?


People who drinks green tea is only to  maintain their physical health, not many are aware that green tea affects their oral health. If your smile isn’t as bright as you’d like, think about what you put in your mouth.We know that coffee can stain those pearly whites, but does tea stain teeth? The answer is yes.


9 Different types of smile


People gives each smile using a combination of a slightly different muscles and conveying different messages. Here are the 5 most common types smile and their interpretation. This is a feel that comes out when you’re meeting someone.  This is the only weapon, that has the power to make you feel warm and comfortable, the fuel behind the conversation. With just a smile you can ignite a host of emotions and interactions. Here we are listing the different types of smiles.

The hidden meanings of a smile

But did you know if the full-blown smile is accompanied by the person’s head going slightly in, it means he / she is humble? And if the person is smiling broadly and the head has a backward tilt, the person is both pleased and proud? These small gestures might escape the regular person, but when you’re aware of the underlying mechanics, you’ll realise how easy it actually is to read a person’s smile clearly. (more…)