Acid Erosion

Acid Erosion

Acid Erosion (dental erosion) is a type of tooth wear in which the acid dissolves the tooth structure (enamel and dentine). This process is irreversible. The most common cause of acid erosion is from acidic foods and drinks. Those that pose a risk are soft drinks,...

8 top tips of Home Dental Care

If you´re wondering what you can do to try and control gum disease and reduce the risk of bone loss around your teeth, good news, there is plenty that you can do on your own, that will make a huge difference. The most important part of dental care is to brush and...

Test if you are at Risk Of Gum Disease

This is a fantastic test from the American Academy of Periodontology website to help you learn more about the state of your gums. Answering the following questions will give you an idea of your chance of having periodontal disease: Do you think you might have gum...
TREATMENT FOR RECEDING GUMS. GUM GRAFTING.

TREATMENT FOR RECEDING GUMS. GUM GRAFTING.

Let´s talk about the treatment for receding gums and gum grafting techniques. Gum recessions or receding gums, can be noticed when your teeth look longer than they used to, you all of the sudden have a little bit of root exposed to the oral cavity, or simply notice...

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