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How do Dentist Fix Broken Teeth!

How do Dentist Fix Broken Teeth!

Tooth gets broken, cracked or chipped due to several factors. Paying immediate attention to your tooth is important. Many people are not paying enough attention when there is a minor problem in the tooth until it gets worse and leaves unbearable pain. Worse than that! They do self-medication, which is even more harmful. Let us analyze the factors which cause tooth damage, and try to do a fix, which is longstanding.

Let us consider the causes in which people have their tooth broken, damaged or chipped:

Chewing hard foods candies, nuts or other hard substances

Biting something unexpectedly.

Using the tooth for opening the bottle or cutting the thread

Sudden attack or assault, which is totally unexpected.

Minor accidents which harm the tooth

The underlying decay beneath the tooth’s surface

Acidic food will harm the tooth’s surface

When the old fillings are completely worn-out

When the enamel of the tooth is weak.

Let us look in detail, how we can fix the broken, chipped or cracked tooth:

Broken Tooth:

How do Dentist Fix Broken Teeth!Often the tooth breaks partially, exposing the nerves and dental pulp. It might also be bleeding. Sometimes, it might also not pain, but have damaged very hard due to the infections which caused the tooth to get decayed.

If your tooth was strong and had chipped by accident, you can get immediate remedy by putting it into the milk, and reach the dentist immediately. If the decay is due to other factors, the dentist would able to decide on which method would heal your tooth better, stronger, quicker and in the most effective manner.

Cracked Tooth:

How do Dentist Fix Broken Teeth!

The simple crack of the tooth is classified into various degrees. Craze lines are minor crack, which only affects the outer enamel. The dentist may just able to polish the rough surface and need not have to do many difficult treatments. The crack in the tooth should not be ignored. It gets deeper and reaches the root of the tooth, causing many other troubles.

The tooth can be saved soon, if the crack is detected early, The Dentists will just work on the surface of the tooth. Dentists often resort to minor fillings in case of the crack on the surface of the tooth is little deeper. If the problem still persists, and the pulp of the tooth is damaged, the doctor will often do the methods of removing the tooth cap, root canal treatment, depending upon the problem area.

Chipped Tooth:

How do Dentist Fix Broken Teeth!

Chipping of a tooth is common among children or sportsman. They are mainly caused due to accidents. The other major reason for chipping of a tooth is due to the enamel loses its strength. When your tooth is chipped, they often say that it is very important to immediately preserve it in milk or saliva.

The dentist may able to fix it with the dental adhesive, provided if there is no underlying decay of the tooth. It is better than the doctor is reached sooner to get the chances of getting back your tooth. Delay in the procedure may hamper the treatment. A veneer or a crown can be placed on top of the tooth, in case if it needs some cosmetic adjustments to look fine.

Resort to your dentist, as soon as you detect a problem. Procrastination of problems may lead it to spread rapidly, especially with the tooth as underlying decay and infections should be treated as soon as possible.


Dental implants and its Types!!

Dental implants & its types

Lifestyle changes, food habits, work stress and other major things impact the way we live. The direct impact is also due to the genetic gift or hereditary which decides our appearance, health, and lifespan. In this current scenario, we live a fast-paced life, and If you are missing your teeth it is all because of the combined factors of hereditary and lifestyle.

It is alarming that the rate of loss of tooth has been increasing constantly. Not only in India, but across the globe. Scientists and Doctors have discovered that there is a marginal increase in the loss of the tooth at a very young age in the last two decades, despite growing awareness about oral hygiene. But the good news is, science has all the answers and it is the inevitable boon to restore your happiness.

An implant is a permanent fixture, which is positioned in the jawbone, beneath the gum-line through a surgery. Implants have its own benefits, as it does not affect the other tooth like bridges do, and offer great health benefits.

The implants are classified as:

Endosteal implants:

endosteal implant

This type of implant is inserted directly into the jawbone. Post-healing of the tissues around the gums, artificial tooth is attached to the implants.

Subperiosteal implants:

subperiosteal implant

This type of implant consists of a metal frame that is fitted onto the jawbone just below the gum tissue. The teeth are directly attached to the metal frames.

Further, there are many types of implants to cater the versatile needs of the people. Unlike primitive methods of treating, these are quick, reliable and fast.

Types of implants:

The doctor will examine completely your mouth and will decide based on the complexities and medical conditions. If you are looking for implants, know more about the different types, which will help you to decide better.

Immediate Load Dental Implants


In this type of implant, the tooth is fixed in a short duration of time. The natural bones should be strong enough to perform this surgery. In case if a patient with strong natural tooth has an implant requirement, then this load dental implants will be the best option for him/her, cause this treatment holds very less healing time.

Mini dental implants:

mini load dental implants

In this type of implant, it is very narrow and the implants are of small diameter or toothpick-sized, smaller than the usual implants. This is mainly used to strengthen lower part of the mouth. This is also one of the common methods of dental implants, and are opted widely by people and recommended by dentists.

All on 4 implants:

mini load dental implants

It is a prosthesis procedure or a treatment technique on which all teeth being supported on four dental titanium implants. This implant treatment consists of four implants support for fixing prosthesis with 10 to 14 teeth and it is placed immediately, (i.e) within 24 hours of surgery. This procedure is getting a lot of response than the traditional method, as it easy to implement and quick to heal.

All on 6 implants:

This is created for patients with limited bone tissue in the jawbone. It is same as all on 4 implants but it is fixed on the jawbone by using six oral implants instead of 4 implants. This treatment gives an immediate loading of implants so it is highly suitable for busy people.

Zygomatic implants:

zygomatic implants

This method was introduced in Europe and later availed in all other parts of the world. Unlike older procedures which use the hip bone for grafting, this method is quick, convenient and easy to heal. This technique is otherwise called as graft-less technique. In this procedure, the Zygoma bone commonly known as cheekbone is used.

Implants can be your perfect solution for restoring the tooth loss. They fuse with your jawbone and offer sensation when eating or chewing. The implant surgery nowadays is quick, effective and easy to implement. The resting days are also very few. Consult your dentist regularly, to have enhanced healthy teeth and smile.

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Buck teeth? What does it mean?


Buck-teeth? What does it mean?

A gesture which wins the heart and has enormous positive power in itself is your “smile”. It has the greatest potential to swap the people’s minds away. A warm and welcoming smile can sometimes be spoilt by factors like Buck teeth, which is also referred to as malocclusion. It is often referred to as the projecting upper front tooth, which causes improper alignment of the face. There are many people who suffer out of buck teeth, which results in both physical and psychological disturbances.

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How does Tongue Thrusting affect your teeth?

Tongue Thrust

Attention! Have you ever thought about a simple habit of your child will lead to a bigger series of problems! Are you seeing your child pushing the tongue forward between the upper and lower front teeth when swallowing. Then it is your time as a parent to guide and help your child appropriately. A survey says that more than 40% of the parents are unaware of the problems due to tongue thrusting. It is a muscular imbalance, and a prolonged practice of a child, which causes enormous health hazards. Continue reading How does Tongue Thrusting affect your teeth?

Are you breathing through your mouth!

Are you a mouth breather?

Your body communicates with you! The symptoms your body are the harbinger of immediate concerns. Mouth Breathing is one such symptom. Moreover, it is also considered as a syndrome and one of the pre-occupying problems. This should be rectified at the very nascent stages. Continue reading Are you breathing through your mouth!

Wilckodontics- an accelerated orthodontic treatment within 3-8 months

Now-a-days, even people who brush regularly, faces numerous amount of dental issues. Those dental issues leads to other health diseases like diabetes, respiratory problems etc… Sometimes oral issues also lead to deathly diseases like oral cancer. It is compulsory to take care of our oral health as  we take care of our overall health. Some of the oral issues invade changes in our facial structure, improper arrangement of our tooth is one of the major issues among.

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Oral habits are absolutely normal!!!!!    Surprised???  

Yes, you read it right, oral habits are considered as a part of normal development of a child. Oral habits in children are completely normal forms of self-soothing and exploration of the environment. Oral habits until 3 years of age are considered normal. Oral habits that are prevalent well beyond the normal age frequently result in facial deformity and malocclusions.

We all have habits: things we do everyday often without consciously thinking. Some of them are good but not all of them. That’s why it’s important to prevent your child from developing harmful habits. Pacifier sucking, followed by thumb/finger sucking are the most common harmful habits in childhood. Childhood is the mirror which reflects the propensities of adulthood.


Trident of factors, like duration of the habit per day, degree and intensity of habit are responsible for any habit to produce detrimental and lasting effects. There are various reasons for developing thumb sucking habit, significant relationship exists between duration and intensity of thumb sucking and the amount of time spent in feeding sessions.


Thumb and finger sucking are believed to cause a number of changes in the dental arch and the supporting structures. Some of the effects of thumb sucking are:

  • Forward position of the upper and lower front teeth.
  • Increased horizontal gap between the upper and lower front teeth leading to increased overjet of teeth.
  • Increased vertical gap between the upper and lower front teeth leading to open bite.
  • Development of tongue thrusting habit, secondary to thumb sucking due to open bite.
  • Narrow dental arches
  • Smaller upper lip
  • Soft tissue lesion on the thumb/Deformation of the thumb
  • Short finger nail
  • Increased risk of trauma to upper front teeth, to psychological health, speech defect (Especially lisping), middle ear infection and enlarged tonsils.


If the child chooses this habit in the first year of his or her life, the parents should move away his or her thumb smoothly and attract the child’s attention to other things such as toys. After the second year of age, thumb sucking will decrease and will be appeared just in child’s bed or when he/she is tired. Some of the children who do not stop this habit, will give it up when their permanent teeth erupt, but there is a tendency for continuing the thumb sucking habit even until adult life.

The 5 steps are…..

  1. Direct interview with child if he/she is mature enough to understand
  2. Encouragement: This can give the child more pride and self-confidence
  3. Reward system: There is more involvement of the child
  4. Reminder therapy which includes schemical and mechanical approach
  5. Orthodontic appliance


Initially awareness of the habit: the extent, the consequences and the benefit of cessation of the habit has to be explained to the child. Dental changes due to thumb and finger sucking do not need any treatment if the habit stopped before the 5 years of age and as soon as giving up the habit, dental changes will be corrected spontaneously. The success of any habit interception procedure largely depends upon the child’s co-operation and willingness to be helped to discontinue his/her thumb sucking habit. Thus the parents and the dentist should seek to motivate the child, and not to frighten and scold the child. Use of chemical approach is an age old method and it has shown to be less effective. Placing bitter tasting or foul smelling preparation on the thumb that is sucked can make the habit distasteful.

The use of mechanical aids are basically reminding appliances that assist the child who is willing to quit the habit but is not able to do so as the habit has entered the subconscious level. These appliances usually consist of a frame work placed palatal to the upper front teeth. The frame is placed exactly where the child places the thumb. Its raised rigid design keeps the thumb from laying snugly against the palate. The appliance is either removable or fixed. Other aids that can be used to intercept the habit include bandaging the thumb, bandaging of the elbow, wearing long sleeve sleeping gown. Once the habit affects the permanent teeth the damage is irreversible, which requires orthodontic intervention.

In today’s highly stressed environment, school/college going kids are subjected to various kinds of pressure/stress in different forms. Oral habit can be a form of distressing. Parents should play the role of friend, emotional support and a guide to the child rather than shamming or nagging them. If the habit is causing a dental problem, it is the privilege and responsibility of the dentist to work with the child and parents toward a resolution of the problem.



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How to control my buck teeth from further coming forward


The term “Buck Teeth” describes teeth that are too far forward. The buckteeth and the upper jaw bone have moved forward and as a result the spaces between the teeth get larger and larger. The lip is also pushed up because of the teeth. The teeth actually push the lip up as they tip forward. Doctors can correct the problem with buckteeth correction treatments.
Being blessed with naturally straight teeth is something that not all people can boast of. More often than not, people have teeth that’s a little crooked or perhaps misaligned. And when you want your teeth straightened, the best option is always to see an orthodontist and get braces. But if you want to know how to straighten teeth at home, then we will say your taking some serious risks. Continue reading How to control my buck teeth from further coming forward

What happens at a dental checkup?

According to WHO estimates, about 30% of the children and 100% of the adults have cavities. This could lead to more serious dental problems if not treated on time. Fortunately, these problems can be avoided with regular visits to the dentist. Unfortunately, many people do not visit the dentist regularly. Reasons could vary from negligence to fear of the dentists. So we present to you what actually happens during a visit to the dentist and how they can help you avoid serious complications.

Fixing an appointment

The first step is always fixing an appointment. Unless the dentist is your family dentist or you are having a recurring visit, fixing an appointment is essential so that the dentist knows you are coming. Choose an appropriate time and date for your appointment. Visits to the dentist are generally long, so make sure you allocate enough buffer time.

Cleaning and flossing

After you reach the clinic, an oral hygienist attends to you first. Hygienist takes care of the basic cleaning of your teeth. They use a special brush and a specialized toothpaste to clean the teeth. They also floss the teeth to remove plaque and leftover foods from the crevices of the teeth. Sometimes, depending on the frequency of the visit, an x-ray examination is performed to assess the health of the teeth. He would also know about the oral habits. Questions would be asked pertaining to smoking, drinking and brushing habits to correctly analyze the oral health. Before going to the dentist, a fluoride treatment is done. It is generally in the form of a paste or gel, and would help reinforce the enamel of your teeth.

Dentist takes over

After the hygienist, the dentist inspects the teeth. HE observes them for any gum, enamel or cavity issues. If required, fillings and core buildups are done to maintain the bite and shape of the jaw. Dentist also observes the bite and if any issues are found, orthodontist is recommended.


The dentist specializes in bite correction in humans. If there is a deficiency in bite, orthodontist corrects it with the help of braces, retainers, night guards and mouth guards. These help regain the bite.

Regular visits

Schedule visits to the dentist. Make time in your calendar to visit the dentist. Once every 6 months should be sufficient, earlier if required. If you are suffering from cavities or fluoride based infection, then the visits must be more regular.

In-between visits to the dentists, personal care is also essential. Brushing and flossing regularly would go a long way in preventing dental problems. Also, smoking and drinking harm your teeth. So take care. Also, some of the infections in teeth occur way before the actual pain starts so it is a good idea to monitor your oral health. So take good care of your teeth and then say ‘cheeesee’.