Do you have bleeding gums while you brush your teeth?

Do you have bleeding gums while you brush your teeth?

Dental health not only includes the teeth and its components, but they also include the gums which surround the teeth. Gums play a major role not only in your oral health but also in your overall well being.

One of the major problems that many people face is bleeding gums while they brush their teeth. Sometimes the gums can bleed even while biting or when sitting idle. A bleeding gum is a symptom rather than a disease by itself. There are several causes of bleeding gums. Here are the 6 most important causes of bleeding gums.

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How to Care for your newly placed Dental Implants?

How to Care for your newly placed Dental Implants?

Dental Implants have become a common surgical procedure in the field of dentistry. With modern advancements in Dental technology, the Implant failure rate has been drastically reduced and has hence become very minimal. Implantologists take extra care to plan the procedure and manage the healing process to avoid potential complications. The success of the implants not only lies in the hands of the implantologists but also in the hands of the patients. Post-Surgical care plays an important role in the success of Dental Implants. Here are a few tips on how to care for your newly placed dental implants.

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Can you get implants immediately after tooth extraction?

Can you get implants immediately after tooth extraction?

Tooth extraction procedures are done only when the tooth has decayed beyond salvage point. In some trauma cases, the tooth has to be extracted due to the extensive damage it has suffered. Nowadays people wish to replace the extracted tooth immediately with dental implants in the same sitting. This tendency is more when front teeth are extracted as the aesthetic of the smile is lost. You can get your implants immediately after your tooth has been extracted. These specialized implants are called Immediate Dental Implants.

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Surgical options for your Gummy Smile

Surgical options for your Gummy Smile

What is a Gummy Smile?

The definition of a gummy smile depends on aesthetics and perception. But the underlying concept of a gummy smile is when the teeth and the gum tissue of the upper jaw are not in harmony. People with gummy smiles often feel reluctant to smile and can make a person self-conscious. Most people are unaware, but gummy smiles are not a big deal and can be fixed in various ways.

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Can you get Dental implants in one day?

Can you get Dental implants in one day?

The answer to this is a resounding yes. You can get dental implants in just a single day. Traditionally, fixing dental implants is a two-step process where the post made of titanium alloy which is screwed into the jawbone is allowed to integrate with the bone and heal. Then comes the process of placing the abutment and then the crown on top of it. This entire process takes a few months. That is not the case with Same Day dental implants or Single visit dental implants.

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Dental Implants arrest bone loss in the jaw

Dental Implants arrest bone loss in the jaw

Missing teeth cause jaw bone loss due to the absence of stimulus. As a result, the bone volume decreases in the jaw area gradually. Many studies point to the fact that in the first year of missing tooth alone, the jaw bone in that area decreases by as much as 25%. In a few years time, the height of the jaw bone on the missing tooth area decreases by few millimeters. Only dental implants arrest bone loss and can halt this progressive degeneration of jaw bone.

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