Roots and All: Why You Should Remove Retained Roots

Dentist Blog

When a dentist removes a tooth, they usually remove the roots too, unless they plan to use those roots to support a denture. That way, there will be no leftover tissue to serve as food for invading bacteria. However, when a tooth is badly damaged by trauma or decay, the roots are sometimes the only part of the tooth that remains. When this happens, the gum tissue heals over the roots either partially or completely.

30 January 2019

Some side effects you may experience after getting tooth veneers

Dentist Blog

Dental veneers are a low-impact form of cosmetic dentistry that should not give you any discomfort or pain. However it is possible that they may leave you with some minor side effects. Here are some of the problems that you might encounter after having veneers fitted. Sensitive teeth In order to fit veneers to the teeth, it is necessary for your dentist to remove some of the enamel from the surface.

3 January 2019