Why Dental Crowns are Important for Primary (Baby) Teeth?

Dental crowns are a kind of tooth-shaped covering cemented with a tooth for the restoration of the tooth to its natural function and shape. Pediatric dentists recommend dental crowns in specific conditions such as a broken tooth, cavitated tooth (having cavities in primary teeth), root canal treated tooth or an under-developed or not developed properly […]

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Do Space Maintainers for your teeth really matter?

Inborn teeth (also called Baby Teeth) should remain intact at least till the teenage, for every child. These inborn teeth start erupting from an average age of 6 months until the age of 2 years. Some of the inborn teeth should stay till the age of 12 years. Sometimes due to infection or caries affecting […]

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Why Fluoride is important for your teeth?

Fluoride is a natural mineral that strengthens teeth and prevents cavities and tooth decay. It has always been an essential oral health treatment for decades. Fluoride supports healthy tooth enamel and fights the bacteria that harm teeth and gums. Tooth enamel is the outer protective layer of each tooth. When bacteria in your mouth break […]

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Dental X-Rays: a Real way to diagnose your dental health.

One of the most important topics in dentistry and one difficult for parents to understand are dental X-rays. Some parents are quite worried about dental X-rays because they assume that X-rays may increase the risk of cancer in the child. Like any other dental treatment, dental X-rays provide a safe and sound examination of your […]

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