Medical Articles

Tooth Decay

Tooth Decay Contribute to urge pregnant women to eat sugary foods to make them more susceptible to tooth decay. May be older teeth that have fillings are also vulnerable to injury caries around the edges of these fillings. .Where they missed teethwhen them was younger. Important to know the benefits of fluoride and other...

Crowding Teeth

Crowding Teeth There are many reasons that lead to malocclusion, twisting, or overlapping teeth. Some people have large teeth relative to the size of their mouths, causing crowding teeth due to the lack of sufficient space to accommodate the teeth. in other cases we find in some people that the size of the upper...

Cleft Lip

Cleft Lip Cleft lip: a split in the upper lip appears as openings or gaps on the external surface of the lip . This split often extends up to the upper gum or beyond the nose involving the bones of the upper jaw. Cleft palate: It is a fissure in the roof of the mouth. This...

Oral Thrush

Oral Thrush Spot changes can occur as a side-effect of taking antibiotics or drug treatment, such as chemotherapy. These changes can also be caused by certain conditions – such as diabetes, drug abuse, malnutrition – and as a consequence of immune deficiencies relating to old age or infection – such as AIDS. What are...

Plaque And Tartar

Plaque And Tartar Plaque is a sticky non colored mix of bacteria , remains of food and the substances they secrete. This plaque causes dental cares , infections and gum disease . If left alone, plaque buildup also gradually hardens, creating tartar or calculus on your teeth. Causes of plaque and why considered as...

Teeth Discoloration

Teeth Discoloration There are several causes of tooth discoloration including: Food and drink: Food and drinks that contribute to change the color of teeth: Coffee. Tea. Colas. Wines. Tobacco use. Smoking or chewing tobacco can stain teeth. Poor dental hygiene : Inadequate brushing and flossing to remove plaque and stain-producing substances like coffee and...

TMJ Pain

TMJ Pain The temporomandibular joint (TMJ) is the hinge joint that connects the lower jaw (mandible) to the temporal bone of the skull, which is immediately in front of the ear on each side of your head. This pain is resulted of Grinding or clenching the teeth, which puts a lot of pressure on...

Gum Disease

Gum Disease Plaque : If the plaque is not removed from the teeth on a daily basis using a brush and teeth thread the bacteria in plaque will secrete toxins capable of causing infections and then gum disease. Gum consists of two parts: a strong bone connects the teeth and jaw and soft muscular...

Tooth Ache

Tooth Ache The definition of the word “pain” Differs from one person to another. But in general, the more the person concerns with healthcare of his teeth, the less likely a pain. the main reason of tooth pain is the deep dental cares or gum disease. The proper healthcare of your teeth will avoid...