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Judge Your Smile!

The following questions may help you to judge your own smile. It helps you to see it from a different point of view what other people (friends, partner, employees, etc.) see when meeting you. 

Find a mirror and smile and answer following questions.

Do you like your teeth when smiling? > No  
Do all your teeth stand in a nice row? >  No                 
Do you like the colour of your teeth? > No               
Do you like the form of your teeth? > No              
Do you have fillings, replacements which you do not like? > Yes
Are there any gaps between your teeth? > Yes
Are your teeth stump or lean forward? > Yes

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Water Floss

Water Floss is the easy and more effective way to floss and it's perfect for anyone with braces, implants, crowns, bridges, or periodontal pockets. It is clinically proven to be more effective than traditional dental floss for reducing plaque, gingivitis, and gum disease. Removes bacteria deep between teeth and below the gumline where brushing and traditional flossing can't reach.

50% more effective than traditional dental floss. Remove up to 90% of plaque from treated areas with a few seconds application. 3X as effective as dental floss for cleaning around braces.
It features pressure settings, portable cordless model are also available.

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Get Beautiful Smile

What is Snap-On Smile?
Snap-On Smile is a easy and painless way to obtain a beautiful smile. After years of extensive research and development, your dentist can now provide you with a Snap-On Smile that is thin and strong with the look of natural teeth. You can eat and drink with your Snap-On Smile. It’s easy to care for and can be a temporary or permanent cosmetic solution. It’s available for upper and lower teeth.

Snap-On Smile’s unique, proprietary formula of hi-tech dental resin make it very thin yet extremely strong. It fits right over your own teeth to give you a beautiful, natural looking smile—even if you have stains, chips, gaps or missing teeth.

And for many people, Snap-On Smile can be life changing. It gives back the confidence to smile. 

Snap-On Smile is for just about everyone!
Snap-On Smile is life-changing solution for people of all ages. Getting a Snap-On Smile simply requires two, short, painless visits with no drilling, no injections and no change in tooth structure.

It is an excellent choice for:
• Gaps, crooked, stained or missing teeth
• Those who are not candidates for bridges or implants
• Anyone who would like a Hollywood smile without the expense and discomfort of complex and invasive dental procedures
• Anyone who has an old-fashioned removable partial denture and wants a beautiful, more comfortable alternative

It’s easy, it’s painless and you can start today
1. You pick the style and shade of your new smile
2. Your dentist takes an impression of your teeth
3. You come back in about three weeks for a final fitting and you wear your Snap-On Smile home

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What is Clear Aligner?

It is the invisible way to straighten teeth without braces. It uses a series of clear, removable aligners to gradually straighten teeth, without metal or wires.

It uses 3-D computer imaging technology to depict the complete treatment plan from the initial position to the final desired position from which a series of custom-made, clear "aligners" are produced. Each "aligner" moves teeth incrementally and is worn for about two weeks, then is replaced by the next in the series until the final position is achieved.

You can straighten your teeth without anyone knowing.
It is removable. Unlike braces, you can eat and drink what you want during treatment. You can also brush and floss normally to maintain good oral hygiene.
It is comfortable. There are no metal brackets or wires as with braces to cause mouth irritation, and no metal or wires means you spend less time in the doctor's chair getting adjustments.

Aligners are made of clear, strong medical grade plastic that is virtually invisible when worn.

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Choose a Specialist Dentist For Your Specific Oral Problem

A dentist is one of the most important persons who will help you in keeping your teeth free of problems and ailments. However it is also important that you choose a good dentist so that he is able to diagnose your problem correctly and cure it effectively.

Nowadays there are various options in which dentists can specialize and some of them are:
  • Orthodontists - who help in fixing the teeth line and helping patients in having a set of straight teeth and also fix misaligned jaws.
  • Endodontics - this is a type of dentistry where the dentist focuses on the root canals and any surgery related to it. Your doctor will also deal with any tissue related problem around the root of the tooth.
  • Pediatric Dentistry - these are dentists who specialize in children's dental care and even infants who are teething can also visit them for any type of problems.
  • Prosthodontics - this type of dentists specializes in prosthetics which covers teeth or bone implants in the oral cavity and the jaw area.
  • Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery - this type of oral surgery is required when one needs to treat injuries, jaw line malfunctions, or any other diseases occur in the neck or jaw area. They also help in treating the bone and tissue related problems.
  • Public Health Dentistry - some dental workers work for community organizations and help in preventing dental diseases and create awareness about dental health.
  • Oral Pathology - this is the branch of dental treatment where they take x-rays and perform other tests to ascertain what kind of treatment the patient requires.
If you are having oral problems, the first thing would be to visit your family dentist. He will help you in diagnosing the problem, and if required, he will refer to any specialist.TCC provides all specialist dentist under one roof.

TEETH Care Centre Dental Hospital, Ahmedabad

Mouth Breathing Can Cause Major Health Problems

Children whose mouth breathing goes untreated may suffer from abnormal facial and dental development, such as long, narrow faces and mouths, gummy smiles, gingivitis and crooked teeth. The poor sleeping habits that result from mouth breathing can adversely affect growth and academic performance.In addition, mouth breathing can cause poor oxygen concentration in the bloodstream, which can cause high blood pressure, heart problems, sleep apnea and other medical issues.

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TEETH Care Centre Dental Hospital, Ahmedabad

Make your braces colorful...

Dental braces are special devices which are used to repair minor tooth and jaw problems. Usually used on small kids, adults can also profit from them. The braces are generally used for several years before they're taken off and replaced by a retainer. Though they are not meant to be cosmetic, you can personalize the devices by choosing different braces colors.

Once you get dental braces you needn't be weary of having the colors changed out. Your dentist can easily switch out your O-rings to put in new ones in during the visits where he will be tightening up your dental braces. Though, if you intend on changing the colors let the dentist's office know beforehand to be sure that they have the hues you want.
Find out from your Dentist what hues are available at their office. Most will keep the usual yellows, reds, and blues in stock. Several Dentists will even have neons and glow in the dark braces available. Since you do not have to pick just one color, imagine how 2 or 3 hues will go together prior to choosing. Some practices even have handy color selectors which let you see how colors will look when put together.
Contact TCC for colorful braces

Teeth Grinding

What is bruxism?
Bruxism is the term that refers to an incessant grinding and clenching of the teeth, unintentionally, and at inappropriate times. Bruxers (persons with bruxism) are often unaware that they have developed this habit, and often do not know that treatment is available until damage to the mouth and teeth has been done. Damage caused by bruxism often includes the following symptoms. However, each individual may experience symptoms differently. Symptoms may include:

abraded teeth
facial pain
oversensitive teeth
tense facial and jaw muscles
dislocation of the jaw
damage to the tooth enamel, exposing the inside of the tooth (dentin)
a popping or clicking in the temporomandibular joint (TMJ)
tongue indentations
damage to the inside of the cheek
The symptoms of bruxism may resemble other conditions or medical problems. Consult a dentist or your physician for a diagnosis.

What causes bruxism?
Although this habit is unintentional, oral health specialists often point to excessive stress and certain personality types as typical causes of bruxism. Bruxism often affects persons with nervous tension such as anger, pain, or frustration, and/or persons with aggressive, hurried, or overly competitive tendencies.

How is bruxism diagnosed?
During regular visits to the dentist, the teeth are examined for evidence of bruxism - often indicated by the tips of the teeth appearing flat. If symptoms are present, the condition will be observed for changes over the next several visits before a treatment program is established.

Treatment for bruxism:
Specific treatment for bruxism will be determined by your dentist or physician based on:

your age, overall health, and medical history
extent of the disease
your tolerance for specific medications, procedures, or therapies
expectations for the course of the disease
your opinion or preference
In most cases, bruxism can be successfully treated. Treatment may involve:

behavior modification
Teaching the patient how to rest his/her tongue, teeth, and lips properly, and learning how to rest the tongue upward may relieve discomfort on the jaw while keeping the teeth apart and lips closed.
A specially-fitted plastic mouth appliance may be worn at night to absorb the force of biting. This appliance may help to prevent future damage to the teeth and aid in changing the patient's behavior.
Biofeedback involves an electronic instrument that measures the amount of muscle activity of the mouth and jaw - indicating to the patient when too much muscle activity is taking place so that the behavior can be changed. This is especially helpful for daytime bruxers. Further research is needed to develop a treatment program for bruxers who clench during the night.

for more detail and treatment call TCC

TEETH Care Centre Dental Hospital, Ahmedabad

Do you have dark gum?

Many people suffer from discolored gums, and this can be a major source of self-consciousness. Gum pigmentation treatment is the most viable solution for persons suffering from gum discoloration.

Why do I have dark gums?
Dark gum pigmentation can be caused by a variety of factors. One of the major contributing factors is simply genetics. Another contributing cause of dark gums is poor dental hygiene.  Smoking is also a major contributing factor to discolored gums.

What is gum pigmentation treatment?
Cosmetic dental procedure that uses a dental laser to remove dark pigmentation of  gums. It  is one of the most innovative dental technologies on the market today. Gum pigmentation treatment is often called “gum bleaching,” yet this treatment is so much more than that! Using the Laser is painless and safe method. The procedure can be completed in 1 office visit, so you can virtually walk out the door with beautiful pink gums. Just one gum pigmentation treatment can last up to 20 years! The healing process for gum pigmentation is very swift, and virtually painless.

For more call TCC.

TEETH Care Centre Dental Hospital, Ahmedabad

Bad Breath?

Bad breath starts in your mouth, there are many possible causes. They include:

Food -  The breakdown of food particles in and around your teeth can increase bacteria and cause a foul odor. Eating certain foods, such as onions, garlic, and other vegetables and spices, also can cause bad breath. After you digest these foods, they enter your bloodstream, are carried to your lungs and affect your breath.
Tobacco products - Smoking causes its own unpleasant mouth odor. Smokers and oral tobacco users are also more likely to have gum disease, another source of bad breath.
Poor dental hygiene - If you don't brush and floss daily, food particles remain in your mouth, causing bad breath. A colorless, sticky film of bacteria (plaque) forms on your teeth and if not brushed away, plaque can irritate your gums (gingivitis) and eventually form plaque-filled pockets between your teeth and gums (periodontitis). The uneven surface of the tongue also can trap bacteria that produce odors. And dentures that aren't cleaned regularly or don't fit properly can harbor odor-causing bacteria and food particles.

Dry mouth - Saliva helps cleanse your mouth, removing particles that may cause bad odors. A condition called dry mouth — can contribute to bad breath because production of saliva is decreased. Dry mouth naturally occurs during sleep, leading to "morning breath," and is made worse if you sleep with your mouth open. Some medications can lead to a chronic dry mouth, as can a problem with your salivary glands and some diseases.
Infections in mouth - Bad breath can be caused by surgical wounds after oral surgery, such as tooth removal, or as a result of tooth decay, gum disease or mouth sores.
Other mouth, nose and throat conditions - Bad breath can occasionally stem from small stones that form in the tonsils and are covered with bacteria that produce odorous chemicals. Infections or chronic inflammation in the nose, sinuses or throat, which can contribute to postnasal drip, also can cause bad breath.
Medications - Some medications can indirectly produce bad breath by contributing to dry mouth. Others can be broken down in the body to release chemicals that can be carried on your breath.
Other causes - Chronic reflux of stomach acids (gastroesophageal reflux disease) can be associated with bad breath.

To know more contact TCC.

TEETH Care Centre Dental Hospital, Ahmedabad