One of the issues that can weaken the structure of your smile and increase the probability of facing issues like tooth sensitivity is enamel erosion. Note that enamel is the topmost layer of your tooth that acts as an insulating barrier. Its primary function is to protect the tooth from thermal, chemical and physical forces that can injure the tooth tissue and underlying pulp. However, when enamel erosion occurs, one becomes more susceptible to tooth decay, dental cracks or chips and other infections. Read More»
If you have noticed small, vertical cracks on the surface of your teeth, they may be craze lines. Craze lines are painless and not something that you should worry too much about. However, although craze lines are usually harmless, they can contribute to several oral health issues in the long term.
Here is what you need to know if you have noticed craze lines on the surface of your teeth. Read More»
Denture relines are a standard procedure used to improve the fit of dentures that have become loose over time. When the gums change shape, either due to natural processes such as aging or due to medical conditions such as gum disease, the fit of the dentures may become compromised, leading to discomfort and difficulty speaking and eating. A denture reline can restore the fit of the dentures and improve the wearer’s comfort and function. Read More»