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How to treat tooth sensitivity after a dental filling or crown treatment?

Do you need to replace and cover a damaged or broken tooth? A dental crown looks exactly like a natural tooth and ensures that this tooth doesn’t get damaged further. Crowns are hollow and while they can replace teeth that have been damaged, they cannot replace the ones that have been lost. After crowns have… Continue reading How to treat tooth sensitivity after a dental filling or crown treatment?

Tooth Development

Tooth Development


Dentine hypersensitivity is sensation felt when the nerves inside the dentin of the teeth are exposed to the environment. The sensation can range from irritation all the way to intense, shooting pain. This sensitivity can be caused by several factors, including wear, decaying teeth or exposed tooth roots. The effects of gum disease can lower… Continue reading Sensitivity

Diastemas – Gap in Front Teeth

Diastemas – Gap in front Teeth A gap in the front teeth (Diastema) can appear unsightly. Tubes are placed over the two teeth … … and filled with Composite material. This builds up the teeth, closing the gap. The material is hardened with a bright light.

Smoking Affects Teeth

Smoking has many affects on oral health. Increased plaque, tartar and staining can occur. Furring of the tongue (increasing bad breath) … …reduced blood flow to the gums … … which is an indicator of the same affect on the heart tissue. Gums may recede … … tooth movement may occur … … tooth loss… Continue reading Smoking Affects Teeth


When the jaw opens, there are two movements involved… A rotation …. and a sliding. Cartilage between the bones smoothes the movement. Sometimes as cartilage wears, it may click during the opening.


Normal Development. Development showing resorption. Action of teeth under the gum. The tooth wears away the existing tooth. The existing tooth may be lost.

Gum Disease

Gingivitis (“inflammation of the gum tissue”) is a term used to describe non-destructive gum disease. The most common form of gingivitis is in response to bacterial plaque adherent to tooth surfaces, termed plaque-induced gingivitis, and is the most common form of periodontal disease. In the absence of treatment, gingivitis may progress to periodontitis, which is… Continue reading Gum Disease

Anti Snoring – Male

Normal airflow. The Soft Pallet relaxes and restricts the airflow … The Soft Pallet vibrates, causing the ‘snore’. The Epiglotis may also restrict the airflow … … and may even cause ‘Sleep Apnia’. The Silensor is introduced … … which when positioned and adjusted … … brings the lower soft tissue forward.

Decay Interproximal

Teeth have a hard enamel surface. But poor oral hygiene can lead to a build-up of plaque which can lead to decay. When this starts in the contact points in between the teeth it will be referred to as Interproximal Decay. If decay is left untreated the nerve of the tooth may become infected and… Continue reading Decay Interproximal