One of the main reasons many people see an emergency dentist is to stop toothache. Toothache is a pain sensation, be it minor or severe, felt in or around a tooth. It is also called dental pain. A toothache can be caused by a number of different reasons, including these common ones: Tooth decay Tooth decay, or dental cavities/caries, is one of the major causes of tooth pain. It occurs when acids produced from bacteria-containing food debris damage the two outer layers of a tooth—namely, the enamel (the outermost layer of the tooth) and the dentin (the layer that lies under the enamel).
15 March 2018
Unless you want to share your meal with the bacteria that have grown in your mouth overnight, it is best to brush your teeth before breakfast. However, if you tend to eat breakfast soon after brushing in the morning, you may often find that it isn't quite as tasty as it should be. Your orange juice is bitter, and your jam on toast is bland. Many irritated morning brushers have blamed this negative side effect on the minty aftertaste of toothpaste.
22 February 2018
Dental emergencies can happen out of the blue, or they may arise after months of ignoring growing pain. Whatever the cause, a dental emergency is a serious issue that must be dealt with immediately. Let's take a closer look dental emergencies, their causes and what to do when they arise. By far the most painful and shocking form of dental emergency, an accident can quickly lead to chipped or broken teeth.
24 January 2018
Dentures are a form of replacement for any missing teeth. You can take them out and put them back into the mouth. Although it may take some time for you to get used to dentures, today's dentures are not only comfortable but also natural looking. Dentures can be categorised into two: partial and full dentures. A dentist should assist you to select the best type based on your budget and if you need to restore some or all of the teeth.
5 January 2018