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DRUG teeth staining

Tetracycline is an antibiotic that is effective against many infections and used sometimes to treat Acne, urinary tract infections, respiratory tract infections, etc.
Taking Tetracycline during pregnancy affects the development of the bone and the teeth in the developing baby. As Tetracycline has a negative effect on the calcification process in the bone and the teeth, this result in the baby teeth being discoloured and the permanent teeth suffering from enamel hypoplasia (incomplete development of the enamel).
The critical period for calcification begins at the fourth month of pregnancy and ends twelve months after birth. Therefore, pregnant women should avoid taking the drug after the sixteenth week in the pregnancy and throughout the breast-feeding period.
Whitening could improve the appearance of your teeth but is often not enough to reach the desired result. Covering the teeth with crowns or veneers is preferable is the right choice of treatment.
Make sure you inform you dentist or doctor that you are pregnant before taking any medication.
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What Is a Cleft Lip or Cleft Palate?

A cleft lip is an upper lip that is split. Like a cleft palate, it is caused by the failure of the two sides of the face to unite properly while the baby is in the womb. Although no one knows exactly why clefts happen, they have a tendency to run in families. Hormonal imbalances, nutritional deficiencies, and certain drugs when used during pregnancy are possible causes.

A cleft palate occurs when there is a direct opening between the palate, or roof of the mouth, and the floor of the nose. During pregnancy, the baby's upper jaw fails to close as it should, leaving a gap. A cleft palate is a more serious condition than a cleft lip, although both require surgery in order to be corrected.

Eating, breathing, speech and psychological problems are some of the difficulties confronted by the child with a cleft lip or palate. To correct the condition, you will likely work with a team involving a plastic surgeon, maxillofacial surgeon, otolaryngologist (ear, nose and throat specialist), general dentist, orthodontist and oral surgeon.

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Replace Missing Teeth With Implants

The use of dental implants to replace teeth lost to an accident, gum diseases or tooth decay is becoming popular.

To place an implant, Implantologist open the gum to expose the jawbone and then drills a small hole in the bone for the metal cylinder that serves as the implant. All this is done when the patient is under local anaesthesia. It takes three months [pain less] for the area to heal and for the implant to fuse with the jawbone.

Patient may undergo a second procedure after three months, in which an abutment is attached or screwed down into the implant.

In the final step, the dentist attaches a realistic-looking artificial tooth to the implant. The entire process takes about four months.

A big advantage of the method is that an implant acts as a substitute for the roots of a natural tooth.

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