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A tooth abscess can be troublesome to some and fearsome to others, it can be "quiet" for some and "quite" for others. But a dental swelling should never be ignored. Click on the link to know more about dental pain, swelling and tooth abscess.
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Are dental implants safe? Watch the Dental Implants video by American Dental Association to know more about dental implants.
Dental Implant Risks
Dental Implant Risks
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The best dental fillings are at Truedent.
We ask our patients what do they expect from their dental fillings. We all want fillings that last forever, are cosmetic to the extent that they are not visible as fillings and are not painful at the same time. Are there any such fillings?
While no dental filling can assuredly last forever, there are some that come close. In terms of strength and cosmetics, from best to not-so-best, fillings can be:
1. Ceramics
2. Indirect composites
3. Direct composites
4. Metal
5. Glass cements
Ceramic fillings are made from dental porcelains like zirconia and lithium disilicate. They are the most cosmetic and durable with very high strengths. They, however, require more than one sitting in most cases and tend to be priced higher.
Composite fillings are also tooth coloured fillings. Direct composites are the most commonly done dental fillings. They are cosmetic, economical and single sitting procedures. Nanocomposites are the best class of dental composites today. Indirect composites again require multiple sittings, but are stronger than direct composite fillings.
Metal fillings can also, like composites, be done directly in a single sitting or indirectly in multiple sittings. Cast or indirect metal fillings can be as strong as ceramic fillings, but they stand out with the metallic hue in the mouth.
Glass cement fiilings are usually done for children in milk teeth. They are opaque white in colour and not very strong, but they prevent further decay in the teeth with fluoride.
Get the best dental fillings at Truedent today!
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What does a dentist look for in the mouth when a patient goes to him for a regular check-up?
What a dentist sees is called a sign of the disease. What a patient sees or feels is called a symptom of the disease. A dentist checks for cavities, gum problems, loss of tooth structure and early signs of other dental/ oral diseases. Many of these dental problems present with "signs" before "symptoms". Therefore, regular dental check-ups are important.
When did you see your dentist last? The best dentists are there for you at Truedent Dental Clinic, Safdarjung Enclave. Book your appointment now.
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Remember your first dental appointment? Or your last one? Remember all the questions you wanted to ask your dentist?
Why did i get a cavity when I brush twice daily? Why do my teeth suddenly become sensitive sometimes? Are my teeth yellower than they should be? Why can't we just do a filling for my tooth rather than a RCT? How painful is root canal treatment? How beautiful is my smile? How long will the dental implant treatment take? How long will they last? Which crown should I put on my tooth?
Don't be surprised if you found your dental doubt here, or if you didn't. You are not alone in harboring the dental dilemmas, the whole world is with you. And the dentists are always hard pressed for time.
That is why we, a team of dental specialists at Truedent Dental Clinic, have created this website - thetruedental.com. TheTrueDental.com aims to help you, as a dental patient, to take informed decisions. We want to encourage you to have healthy teeth and want to show you how. We want to help you understand your teeth and their treatment. We want to glorify your smile, and help you spread it!
#dental   #dentalproblems   #dentaltreatment  
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Whether you lost a shaky tooth from gum disease, a cracked tooth from hard bite or a broken tooth from dental decay, you have a space in its place that needs an artificial tooth (for all except wisdom teeth). You need an artificial tooth replacement to be able to eat better, to speak better, to look better and to save yourself from spoiling other teeth in the mouth.
What are the options? There are three basic forms of artificial tooth replacements - Dental implants, crown and bridge, and removable dentures.
Which is the best? - Dental implants. They are the healthiest and most long lasting solution to your missing tooth.
Crowns and bridges on the other hand offer an equally good long term success rate, and are a quicker, easier and more economical treatment option than dental implants.
Dentures can always be done where implants and bridges may not be the best option for you.
So, what should you choose? Find out all about the three replacement options for missing teeth and compare them to know more.
#missingteeth   #artificialteeth  
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Mouth related sports injuries are common in children and young adults, and can often be serious in nature. Mouthguards are designed to prevent these injuries during contact sports, and are becoming more common by the day. They come in different types and lots of shades and colours. 
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Milk teeth or baby teeth are the first teeth that a child uses for eating. They start to come out around 6 months of age, and will be replaced by permanent teeth by 12 years of age. These milk teeth need extra care for many reasons - first of all being a child is not as expressive of his dental discomfort as an adult. These teeth will also lay the foundation for adult teeth, and problems in milk teeth can cause problems in adult teeth. 
 Cavities in milk teeth can be filled, root infections can be treated by RCT or removal of the tooth and teeth not falling out on their own need to be removed. But milk teeth that are lost early or removed early leave a space that needs to be filled. Leaving this space vacant can cause crooked teeth and a host of other dental problems in adulthood. The appliances used to maintain this space are called space maintainers. 
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Dental cleaning or scaling is done using ultrasonic vibrations that remove plaque and tartar, without affecting the enamel of the teeth. Here's how...
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