Canker Sore Prevention

canker sore prevention

Canker sores are non-contagious though painful ulcers that form either at the base of gums or on the soft tissue within the mouth. Since researchers increasingly suspect that canker sores are caused by a complex interaction between multiple factors, it logically follows that canker sore prevention should entail a similarly multi-factorial approach.  It’s no longer new that a trip to the dentist is the main way to prevent oral disease. But sometimes,  a canker sore prevention takes more than just … Read more

Necrotizing Periodontal Disease

Necrotizing Periodontal Disease

Necrotizing periodontal diseases are the serious inflammatory periodontal disorders which are caused by bacterial plaque and normally run the acute course. They’re classified as periodontitis, stomatitis or necrotizing gingivitis, and appear to represent different stages of similar disease. An expert Kings Langley dentist explains that the clinical features in the necrotizing periodontitis are characterized by the presence of ulcerated, punchedout and necrotic lesions which can be covered by the pseudomembrane of the necrotic tissue. Ulcerations are very painful and show … Read more

Front Tooth Cavity Repair

front tooth cavity repair

Tooth cavity is simply a hole in the tooth. The hole occurs as a result of damage to the enamel (the hard white protective part of the tooth) caused by acids secreted by bacteria. Usually, these are the plaque bacteria trying to digest the sugars in your mouth. Cavities need early treatment and you can definitely count on the dental experts in Kareela, New South Wales for it. Without any intervention, cavities result in much worse conditions such as tooth … Read more