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So what causes sensitive teeth?

Ouch! That hurts! Sensitive teeth are a terrible nuisance! You can't concentrate when you've got sensitive teeth because each breath brings with it a bunch of pain. Even touching your teeth with your tongue can be painful and I've found it's especially bad during a sudden climate change.

So what causes sensitive teeth? Basically, any sort of exposure of your dentin will cause discomfort or pain. Dentin is the soft layer of your teeth that sits under your enamel.

This can be caused by

>gum disease

>brushing too hard - use a softer brush


>Grinding your teeth - use mouth guard to protect your teeth

>Acidic mouthwashes will dissolve your enamel over time, as will regularly eating acidic foods.

>Dehydration (including from alcohol or caffeine drinks)

>Tooth whitening and many other dental procedures can leave your teeth feeling temporarily very sensitive. This will likely last 4-6 weeks maximum. Try using a toothpaste designed for sensitive teeth during this period to ease the discomfort.

Go see your dentist for treatment. This will normally include a teeth cleaning as well as application of a fluoride gel which will strengthen your teeth.

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Is There a Bad Breath Test I Can Do at Home?

In reality, there are a couple of methods you can try..
>One trick is to take one of your hands and breathe on the back of it. While doing this, see if you detect any breath odor.
>saliva may be the cause of foul breath, lick the back of your hand lightly. Wait just a few seconds and then take a whiff.
>Get a spoon and use it as a tongue scraper. Scrape independently both the back and front. Then smell the spoon.
> look into a mirror, take a few seconds to study your interior mouth. Are there black spots on your teeth? These may indicate that you have breath odor.
>most efficient way is to just ask someone you feel close to.
Bad breath can destroy a social life. It makes it difficult to keep friends. Of course, it is particularly devastating to a single person searching for a marriage mate.
Halitosis has harmed a lot of careers. In the end, do you want to sit close to someone who emits breath odor every time they talk? No one does.
There are numerous home remedies that include things such as food regimens, nutritional vitamins and herbal remedies that can completely cure bad breath.
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5 Impacted Teeth Symptoms

Wisdom teeth are the last teeth to grow and usually grow at the age of 20 or 25. A normal adult will grow four wisdom teeth, two on bottom and two on top. An impacted wisdom tooth is a tooth that has not fully grown out of the gum. Impacted teeth can cause a lot of pain and other complications if not caught in the early stages and treated properly. If you have not gotten your wisdom teeth yet, are in the age range of 20-25, and feel any of the following 5 impacted wisdom teeth symptoms, it would do you well to see a dentist.
> pain in the back of your jaw
> red gums and swelling around the teeth.
> swelling of the lymph nodes.
> unpleasant taste in mouth when you bite down on something near the effected area.
> you may experience headaches.

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Indoor plants boost your Health

Indoor Plants Can Reduce Formaldehyde Levels >>>

The toxic gas formaldehyde is contained in building materials including carpeting, curtains, plywood, and adhesives. As it is emitted from these sources, it deteriorates the air quality, which can lead to "multiple chemical sensitivity" and "sick building syndrome", medical conditions with symptoms such as allergies, asthma, and headaches. The prevalence of formaldehyde and other volatile organic compounds (VOC) is greater in new construction

Researchers are studying the ability of plants to reduce formaldehyde levels in the air.

plants removed approximately 80% of the formaldehyde within 4 hours. reduced more formaldehyde during the day than at night. This suggests the role played by stomata, tiny slits on the surface of the leaves that are only open during the day. The portion of formaldehyde that was reduced during the night was most likely absorbed through a thin film on the plant's surface known as the cuticle. Root zones of ficus removed similar amounts between night and day. However, japonica root zones removed more formaldehyde at night.

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Six Methods of Controlling Tooth Decay

1. Diet: Reducing the number of sugary and starchy foods, snacks, drinks, or candies can help reduce the development of tooth decay. That does not mean you can never eat these types of foods, but you should limit their consumption particularly when eaten between main meals. A good rule is three meals per day and no more than three snacks per day.

2. Saliva: Saliva is critical for controlling tooth decay. It neutralizes acids and provides minerals and proteins that protect the teeth. If you cannot brush after a meal or snack, you can chew some sugar-free gum. This will stimulate the flow of saliva to help neutralize acids and bring lost minerals back to the teeth.

3. Plaque removal: Removing the plaque from your teeth on a daily basis is helpful in controlling tooth decay. If you have an appliance such as an orthodontic retainer or partial denture, remove it before brushing your teeth. Brush all surfaces of the appliance also.

4. Antibacterial mouthrinses: Rinses that your dentist can prescribe are able to reduce the number of bacteria that cause tooth decay and can be useful in patients at high risk for tooth decay.

5. Fluorides: Fluorides help make teeth more resistant to being dissolved by bacterial acids. Fluorides are available from a variety of sources such as drinking water, toothpaste, over-the-counter rinses, and products prescribed by your dentist such as brush-on gels used at home or gels and foams applied in the dental office.

6. Sealants: Sealants are plastic coatings bonded to the biting surfaces of back teeth to protect the deep grooves from decay. In some people, the grooves on the surfaces of the teeth are too narrow and deep to clean with a toothbrush, so they may decay in spite of your best efforts. Sealants are an excellent preventive measure for children and young adults at risk for decay.

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Dental Care Myths

1. Hard toothbrushes clean better.

2. Brushing the teeth in a tough and harsh manner will clean the teeth better.

3. Using too much tooth paste will scratch your enamel.

4. Brushing your teeth with baking soda and salt will whiten your teeth.

5. You should wet the toothpaste and the toothbrush before you start brushing your teeth.

6. Using toothpaste can cause tooth decay.

7. Tooth decay is genetic and impossible to avoid.

8. One should brush teeth before breakfast.

9. Some people’s jaw bones are incapable of holding tooth implants.

10. Tooth imaging with x-ray is more dangerous than x-ray imaging of other body organs.

11. Numerous and repeated teeth whitening procedures can cause reverse effects.

12. Male dentists do better job.

13. Toothache can be completely cured by placing tobacco leaves or aspirin to the problematic tooth.

14. The best way to cure toothache is to remove aching tooth.

15. Everybody has bad breath and there’s no way to avoid it.

16. Dental braces can be used only in childhood.

17. Every pregnancy will take one tooth away from the woman.

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May I play sports while wearing braces?
Yes. But wear a protective mouth guard.

Will braces interfere with playing musical instruments?
With practice and a period of adjustment, braces typically do not interfere with the playing of wind or brass instruments.

My teeth have been crooked for many years - why should I have orthodontic treatment now?
It’s never too late! Healthy teeth can be moved at any age. Orthodontic treatment can restore good function. And teeth that work better usually look better, too. A healthy, beautiful smile can improve self-esteem, no matter the age.

I am pregnant and want to begin orthodontic treatment. Is this OK?
Pregnancy brings on bodily changes that may affect the mouth. Soft tissues such as gums become much more susceptible to infection. Discuss this question with your medical practitioner/physician and orthodontist before you start orthodontic treatment.

Do teeth with braces need special care?
Yes. Patients with braces must be careful to avoid hard, sticky, chewy and crunchy foods, or hard objects, such as pens, pencils or fingernails. Keeping the teeth and braces clean requires more precision and time, and must be done every day if the teeth and gums are to be healthy during and after orthodontic treatment. Clean, healthy teeth move more quickly

I see ads for perfect teeth in only one or two visits to the dentist. Will that give me straight teeth?
Quick-fix veneers temporarily cover crooked teeth. Teeth straightened by an orthodontist are good for life.

I don’t want braces that show. What are my options?
In some cases, brackets may be bonded behind the teeth (lingual braces). Some of today’s wires are made of "space age" materials that exert a steady, gentle pressure on the teeth, so that the tooth-moving process may be faster and more comfortable for patients. A type of clear orthodontic wire is currently in an experimental stage. Another option may be the use of a series of plastic tray aligners instead of traditional braces to correct some problems.

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Simple Measures can Prevent Tooth Decay

Our teeth are the best assets that often help massively in making a first impression. A bright smile goes a long way in healing divisions and in making new friends. With this in mind, it is important to take care of teeth so as to prevent decay. Some simple measures can go a long way in keeping teeth healthy.

[1] Use fluoride toothpaste to brush your teeth at least twice a day.

[2] Shun smoking and tobacco.

[3] Do not drink fizzy drinks regularly; they can erode your teeth.

[4] Floss your teeth once daily.

[5] Rinse your mouth after each meal.

6] Visit your dentists once in six months even if you do not have any problem. Dietary adjustments will also help keep teeth problem-free.

Avoiding sweets that stick to the teeth and taking them along with a complete meal will help keep teeth healthy. Eating tough foods increases saliva secretion and will also help keep teeth clean.

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Kids - asthma and cavities link

A new study suggests that there is a link between asthma and cavities in children.Parents of children with asthma do not need to be concerned about an increased risk of tooth decay but children who use nebulizers to control their asthma may be inadvertently increasing their frequency of exposure to sugars because these nebulizers use fructose to deliver therapy.The frequency and the amount of certain sugars consumed are major factors leading to cavities. Children who are mouth-breathers or who have mouth dryness be checked periodically by their dentists. These conditions may be associated with asthma. Many medications used for the long term (such as asthma medications) have been found to reduce the amount of saliva, which is the first protection of teeth.

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Straight Teeth And Face Value

All of us will agree that our teeth play an important role in enhancing our overall personality. There may be quite a few who are not all that lucky to have a good set of teeth or straight teeth. The less fortunate ones need not worry, as cosmetic dentistry will surely help us fix our teeth problems.
Many a times, it may so happen that in spite of having proper teeth; our teeth are not all that strong. The reason for this weakening of teeth is nothing but teeth deficiencies. A person with straight teeth will but obviously has a beautiful and radiant smile. You can approach a cosmetic dentist or orthodontists who will help you rectify your crooked or misaligned teeth. One need not feel low about not having proper teeth. There are a plethora of dental treatments available which can help you get a beautiful smile. The time taken for such a treatment or correction of teeth is not all that long.
Some of the dental treatments for achieving straight teeth are braces, implants, veneers and so on. Braces are the best way to get proper teeth. The orthodontist will study and do a thorough investigation on your teeth, then correct the problems and help you get back that superb smile. There may be patients suffering from excessive gaps in between teeth, over bites, underbites and so on. Every tooth will have to be repaired by the orthodontist.
The patient will have to make frequent visits to the dentist, but it is worth all the trouble if you want a pair of proper teeth.

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Cosmetic Dentistry Procedures and Benefits

One procedure that is not only popular with celebrities but also the general public is teeth whitening. This will actually help your teeth to be eight times whiter than your teeth would be before the procedure. For teeth whitening, there are two treatments you can choose from. The first one is using a laser to whiten the teeth. This treatment shows you results right after the treatment is finished. The second treatment option is the gel tray which may take a few months to start showing results. Either way, your teeth will look whiter, brighter, and be fabulous.

Another popular procedure is teeth reshaping and resizing. This procedure may cost more, but the many benefits are worth it. Cosmetic dentistry reshaping and resizing procedures can help fix uneven and crooked teeth. They can even close the gaps in between teeth. This way you can be confident about your smile and no longer have to feel embarrassed by it. A procedure similar to reshaping and resizing is dental bonding. This will help fix decaying teeth and other problems. It focuses more on fixing the actual teeth than on the shape and size of them. It does not cost more than reshaping and resizing and you can see the results when you are done.

No matter what you choose, you will be able to walk away knowing that you can feel proud and more confident about your teeth and your smile.

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Tips on Taking Children to the Dentist

It is usually recommended that a child first visit the dentist after two years of age. This way the dentist can perform a quick examination with very little other treatment involved. This is also a good time for the child to get to know the dentist and learn to trust them. A parent may be asked to sit in the room with the child for the first visit. A fluoride check and treatment may also be involved in the first visit to the dentist for a child.

If you are concerned about how your child may react at their first visit to the dentist you can take them to the office before the visit. This way they can see all the chairs and equipment and even see and meet the dentist. This may help them to be less scared or nervous for the actual visit. You can also read books with them about going to the dentist or watch a video about a child going to dentist for the first time. This may help them to know what to expect and make it easier. If they ask you questions about your own visit to the dentist, it is important to be positive about them and not scare your child.

Getting children to do anything they may not want to do can be a challenge and in many cases going to the dentist is no expectation. However, if you follow these tips and explain what will happen, be positive, and take them to see the dentist's office, you may be surprised about how they react. This will also help you have fewer worries and more peace of mind.

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Another Reason To Stay In Shape

The health complications of being overweight, such as increased risk of heart disease, diabetes and certain cancers, have long been reported. Health care professionals often urge patients to manage their weight and strive to get physical exercise each day to achieve and maintain overall health. And now, researchers have now uncovered another benefit of maintaining a fit lifestyle: healthy teeth and gums.
Researchers found that subjects who maintained a healthy weight and had high levels of physical fitness had a lower incidence of severe periodontitis.Those with the lowest BMI and highest levels of fitness had significantly lower rates of severe periodontitis.
Periodontitis, or gum disease, is a chronic inflammatory disease that affects the supporting bone and tissues around the teeth. Gum disease is a major cause of tooth loss in adults, and research has suggested gum disease is associated with other diseases, such as heart disease, diabetes, and rheumatoid arthritis.

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Braces Are Beautiful

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Manage Dental Erosion Caused By Everyday Beverages

The acidic content of beverages such as soda, lemon, grapefruit, orange juice, green and black tea results in dental erosion by excessive consumption of these products.

who are experiencing tooth erosion to first, identify the culprit source of erosion.. Then, the individual should determine and understand how this source affects the teeth in order to implement measures to control and prevent further damage. The person should stop or reduce consumption of the suspected food or beverage to the absolute minimum. He notes that information about the acid content of commonly consumed foods or beverages is usually available online or on the product's label. It is also recommended to seek professional dental advice in order to possibly restore the damaged tissues.

"Dental erosion" is a demineralization process that affects hard dental tissues (such as enamel and dentin). This process causes tooth structure to wear away due to the effects that acid has on teeth, which eventually leads to their breakdown. It can be triggered by consumption of carbonated beverages or citric juices with a low potential of hydrogen (pH), which measures the acidity of a substance. Excessive consumption of the acidic beverages over a prolonged period of time may pose a risk factor for dental health.

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Dental Fillings Contain Mercury Unlikely to Be Toxic

mercury-based fillings, also called amalgams, have been used by dentists to repair teeth for well-over a century. In recent decades their use has become controversial because of concerns about exposure to potentially toxic mercury. However, mercury can potentially exist in several different chemical forms, each with a different toxicity. Prior to this report, little was known about how the chemical forms of mercury in dental amalgam might change over time.
Using a special X-ray technique, the scientists analyzed the surface of freshly prepared metal fillings and compared these with the surface of aged fillings (about 20 years old) from a dental clinic. Fresh fillings contained metallic mercury, which can be toxic. Aged fillings, however, typically contain a form of mercury, called beta-mercuric sulfide or metacinnabar, which is unlikely to be toxic in the body.
The scientists found that the surfaces of metal fillings seem to lose up to 95 percent of their mercury over time. Loss of potentially toxic mercury from amalgam may be due to evaporation, exposure to some kinds of dental hygiene products, exposure to certain foods, or other factors.
but in initial years after filling, we can conceder mercury filling is toxic.

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What is a Tooth Abscess?

A tooth abscess is characterized by a collection of pus that develops as a result of a bacterial infection at the center of a tooth or the area between the gums and tooth. This is a common dental condition that is extremely painful. The collection of pus is made up of dead tissue, live and dead bacteria and white blood cells. If it accumulates in a small area and there is no place for the pus to drain, an abscess in formed.

The more pus accumulates, the more pressure is increased and as a result abscessed tooth is excruciatingly painful. If the infection spreads from the oral cavity and causes swelling in the face and lower jaw, the swollen area can rupture and the pus will drain out of the mouth.

Although the pain may now stop, the infection is still there and treatment is required. If left untreated a tooth abscess can cause serious health complications such as tooth loss, sepsis, infection to the jaw bone and facial soft tissue and mediastinitis. Infection may also spread to other areas of the body and result in pneumonia, a brain abscess or endocarditis.

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there are many forms of gingival and periodontal diseases, the most common type are gingivitis and adult periodontitis. Gingivitis is the earliest stage and affects only the gum tissue. At this stage, the disease is still reversible. If not treated, however, it may lead to a more sever condition. Periodontitis is the more advanced stage of periodontal diseases. The gums, bone and other structures that support the teeth become damaged. Teeth can become loose and fall out-or may have to be removed. At this stage, the disease may require more complex treatment to prevent tooth loss.
- People who smoke or chew tobacco are more likely to have gum diseases, and to have them more severely, than those who do not use any form of tobacco.
- Poorly fitting bridges, malocclusion (badly aligned teeth) or defective restorations (fillings), can all contribute to plaque retentions and increase the risk of developing gum diseases.
- Habits which place excessive biting forces on your teeth, such as clenching or grinding, may also accelerate the rate at which supporting bone is lost.
- Poor diet may cause gum diseases to progress more rapidly or increase the severity of the condition, according to some researchers. There is also some evidence than an unbalanced diet makes mouth tissues less resistant to infection.
- Pregnancy or use of oral contraceptives increases hormone levels which can cause gum tissues to react more sensitively to the toxins in plaque and accelerate growth or certain bacteria. The gums are more likely to become red, tender, and swollen and to bleed easily.
- Systemic diseases, such as AIDS or diabetes, can lower the tissues’ resistance to infection, making gum diseases more sever.

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Why do I need X-rays?

Dental X-rays are extremely valuable for helping to detect oral diseases of the teeth and surrounding tissues. An X-ray exam may reveal small cavities that can't be seen by a visual exam, infections in the bone, abscesses, cysts, developmental abnormalities, such as extra or impacted teeth and some types of tumors. Just because such diseases, including early tooth decay, can't be seen by a visual exam does not mean that treatment isn't required.

Is it safe to have dental X-rays?
Yes. Numerous precautions and advances in X-ray equipment help protect patients from receiving unnecessary radiation. The amount of radiation received from a dental exam is extremely small compared to other naturally occurring sources of radiation, including minerals in the soil, radon, and cosmic radiation from outer space. A full-mouth series of films, using state-of-the-art technology, will deliver an effective dose that is equivalent to about 19 days of exposure to naturally occurring environmental radiation.

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How are Teeth Removed?

Before a tooth is removed, dentist will thoroughly review your medical and dental history and take the appropriate X-rays.
X-rays reveal the length, shape, and position of the tooth and surrounding bone. From this information, dentist can estimate the degree of difficulty of the procedure and decide whether to refer you to a specialist called an oral surgeon.
Before removal, the area around your tooth will be anesthetized. Dentists use a local anesthetic to numb the area of the mouth where the extraction will take place.
For a simple extraction, once the area is anesthetized, the tooth is loosened with the help of a tool called an elevator, then extracted with dental forceps. dentist may also want to smooth and recontour the underlying bone. When he or she is finished, they may choose to close the area with a stitch.

It is critical to keep the area clean and prevent infection immediately following the removal of a tooth. Your dentist will ask you to bite down gently on a piece of dry, sterile gauze, which you must keep in place for up to 30 to 45 minutes to limit bleeding while clotting takes place. For the next 24 hours, you shouldn't smoke, rinse your mouth vigorously, or clean the teeth next to the extraction site.

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TMJ Pain Relief Methods

For those people who suffer from temporomandibular joint disorder, you may have to deal with constant pain that is present in the lower jaw on a regular basis. There is a variety of things that can be done to help to treat TMJ.

One method is to use a mouth guard that keeps you from grinding your teeth at night and will help to keep your teeth perfectly aligned even while you are sleeping. This is ideal for someone who has a overbite as well.

There are a number of medications that can be given to help alleviate any pain that you are experiencing.

One of the methods used for treating TMJ at home is to not use your jaw as much. Try to keep the jaw in the right position and also try applying some heat to the area of the jaw that is causing you pain. Use the stretching methods and also try to massage the area as well.

If you are one of the people who have TMJ and have a high level of stress, then you will want to practice some alternative methods to relieve yourself from pain as well. This alternative steps include Yoga and mediation along with deep breathing techniques along with imagining happy places in your mind.

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Dental Implants For a More Natural Look

There is a wonderful solution for anyone who has lost a tooth or several teeth. Dental implants can replace the tooth or even the root if necessary. The result of having this done is that you will be able to bite and chew and also it will give you better health. With dental implants you can enjoy eating again and also you will feel better by having a more natural appearance.

A dental implant, which is an artificial tooth root that holds a replacement tooth or bridge to your jaw. The implants are a good idea to have if your general oral health is good. They have a natural feel and look so real no one will be able to tell that you are missing any teeth at all. This will bring back some lost confidence and you will also be able to smile again.

To have this done you will need to see dentist who is trained in implants. Surgically a screw is implanted into the bone of your jaw where the tooth will then be held in place. The dentist will then place the implant restoration once the implantation is healed. An impression for the restoration will be made of the existing teeth and sent to a dental laboratory.

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Adjusting to new dentures may take time

For people who have lost their teeth due to disease or injury, dentures can restore their smile and help them with everyday tasks such as eating and speaking. However, getting used to wearing dentures may require a period of adjustment.
New dentures may feel awkward for a few weeks until you become accustomed to them. The dentures may feel loose while the muscles of your cheek and tongue learn to keep them in place.
It is not unusual to experience minor irritation or soreness. You may find that saliva flow temporarily increases. As your mouth becomes accustomed to the dentures, these problems should diminish. One or more follow-up appointments with the dentist are generally needed after a denture is inserted. If any problem persists, particularly irritation or soreness, be sure to consult your dentist.
Eating will take a little practice. Start with soft foods cut into small pieces. Chew slowly using both sides of your mouth at the same time to prevent the dentures from tipping. As you become accustomed to chewing, add other foods until you return to your normal diet. Continue to chew food using both sides of the mouth at the same time. Be cautious with hot or hard foods and sharp-edged bones or shells.
Pronouncing certain words may require practice. Reading out loud and repeating troublesome words will help. If your dentures "click" while you're talking, speak more slowly.
You may find that your dentures occasionally slip when you laugh, cough or smile. Reposition the dentures by gently biting down and swallowing. If a speaking problem persists, consult your dentist.

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Genes may be linked to tooth decay and gum disease.

If you're diligent about your oral health yet still prone to cavities, it might not be your fault. It could be linked to your genes.
Researchers from the University of Pittsburgh School of Dental Medicine have found that certain genetic variations may be the cause of tooth decay and aggressive periodontitis.

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Factors that can cause dental implant failure

certain conditions that increase the risk of implant failure are poorly controlled diabetes, some bone metabolic and congenital disorders, certain medications like glucocorticoids, immunosupressants and bisphosphonate medications. Additionally, smoking and poor hygienic habits can lead to an increased risk of implant failure. People with these disorders and/or on these medications should bring those to the attention of their implant surgeon so a treatment plan can be tailored to fit their needs and their medical conditions.
There are other factors that can lead to an increase in dental implant failure. Implants can fail early on in the healing phase or late. Early failures would be defined as any time before osseointegration occurs (healing phase) or at the time the crown is affixed to the implant. Late failure is defined as any time after the implant with the tooth is under function.
Factors that can cause early failure are:
This type of failure occurs shortly after the implants are placed. They can be caused by:
  • overheating the bone at the time of surgery (usually due to lack of good irrigation)
  • too much force when they are placed (too tight fitting implants can actually cause bone to resorb)
  • not enough force when they are placed (too loose fitting implants don't stay immobile and don't heal properly)
  • contaminated implant
  • infection
  • contaminated osteotomy
  • epithelial cells in osteotomy site (connective tissue or scar tissue fills the socket around the implant instead of bone)
  • poor quality of bone
  • excessive forces during osseointegration (during healing the implant is under function, is mobile and therefore bone doesn't affix to the implants)
  • poor compliance with post operative medication and/or instructions
  • other rare reasons like implant rejection from a titanium alloy allergy.
Late failures typically include poor hygiene from the patient. Patients' often lose teeth because of poor care and the habit continues for some despite the implant surgery. Sometimes the implant is simply overloaded. Some patients have higher bite forces and may have needed more implants to distribute the forces more harmoniously. Lateral forces can cause implants to fail late. Implants, as well as teeth, like to be loaded straight up and down. When teeth and especially implants are loaded tangentially or laterally, they weaken the bone around themselves and begin to fail. There are lots of other reasons implants can fail. Some are controllable and avoidable and some are not. So how can a patient best insure their odds and minimize their risk of implant failure? The biggest help patients can do is stay compliant with the medications and instructions before and after the procedure.

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Dental art

Designer Jolanta Prunskaite takes pictures of teeth and different pictures of mouth and turns them into unique pieces of arts. There are a lot of different colors and designs that are used in making the art and if you have dental practice, any of these paintings would be an ideal addition to your office. They prerfectly fit for any interior of dental clinics. See examples

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Dangers of Mouth infection in Pregnancy

Tooth ache is supposed to be one of the most excruciating pain. Is it justifiable to subject a woman who is about to experience the labour pain to dental pain also? Gynecologists and Obstetricians need to consider this aspect with required seriousness and refer each one of the expecting mothers for routine dental care. Many a common man is not aware of the importance of the regular Dental Check-up and it is our ethical duty to educate them.

Now there is evidence that serious problems can be faced by mother and baby if mouth of pregnant mother is infected. Mouth infection in pregnant females can lead to :
-Premature Birth and low birth weight of babies
-Possibility of abortion in First Trimester
-Possibility for mother to develop gestational diabetes

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