Monthly Archives: January 2013

Coffee Decays Teeth But May Prevent Oral Cancer

According to the reports of the latest research conducted by a prominent body in the US, The ACS, coffee has been found to be preventive against oral cancer. ACS officially released the results of the study sate that people who take coffee quite often are less prone to oral cancer and die of it. The results, however, are insufficient to change the notion any dentist regarding coffee as enamel decay is primarily related to it. Other substances that are considered equally damaging for enamel are Read More +

Listen to the Dentist and Quit Smoking!

Smoking is such an addiction that can impelĀ  you to depend on it both physically and psychologically. Whereas smoking has the ability to harm every part of your body, your mouth lies at the highest risk. Your dentist can easily distinguish between smoking and non smoking teeth. Mouth remains one among the several organs in the body that suffers a prolonged effect of smoking tobacco. Smoking is harmful enough to cause severe damage to gums and oral health. It has the ability to cause inflammation Read More +

Facts in Relation to Dental Implants

Developments and advancements have been steady in dental surgeries. Dentistry has witnessed numerous beneficial innovations including the latest called dental implants. Implantation in dentistry means construction and placement of artificial teeth in place decayed ones. Implants have posts that are fixed to jawbone so that they hold the enamel in place like roots of natural teeth. Posts and other elaborate procedures that are followed in surgery make dental implants reliable and most similar to natural teeth in functionality. Partials, Dentures, Bridges, etc. are still the Read More +