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Dentist Brisbane: Have A Fresher Breath By Checking Your Eating Habits

DENTIST BRISBANE_ EATING DISORDERS CAN AFFECT YOUR TEETH AND GUMS-min

3 Types Of Dental Discoloration

3 TYPES OF DENTAL DISCOLORATION-minYour teeth can become discolored overtime both by stains on the outer dental surfaces of your teeth, or by the internal changes in the dental material. Essentially, there are three types of dental discoloration. These being extrinsic discoloration, intrinsic discoloration, and age-related discoloration.

Extrinsic Discoloration

Extrinsic discoloration usually results from food, beverage, and cigarette staining on the outer layer of teeth. Dark colored beverages such as coffee, wine, cola, and even tea are among most common food items that stain the teeth.

Intrinsic Discoloration

Usually characterized of by dark yellow staining, intrinsic dental discoloration happens when the inner structures of the teeth are compromised. Among the most common factors that typically result to intrinsic discoloration include:

The Positive Impact Of Having A Brighter Smile

THE POSITIVE IMPACT OF HAVING A BRIGHTER SMILE-min

Dentist Brisbane: How Gum Disease Makes You More Prone To Other Health Concerns

HOW GUM DISEASE MAKES YOU MORE PRONE TO OTHER HEALTH CONCERNS-min
 
Here’s a 3 minutes and 4 seconds How Gum Disease Makes You More Prone To Other Health Concerns video I made for you, to help you live a much healthier and much happier life. See full transcript below.

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Dentist Brisbane: How Gum Disease Makes You More Prone To Other Health Concerns

Laughing In The Face Of Dentophobia

Laughing in the face of Dentophobia-min

Ageing Beautifully With A Little Help From Cosmetic Dentistry

AGEING BEAUTIFULLY WITH A LITTLE HELP FROM COSMETIC DENTISTRY-min

The Inner Structures Of The Mouth

ENSURING THAT TEETH WHITENING IS SAFEWhile so much attention is given to your teeth, your mouth consists of so much more these dentals surface. Apart form your pearly whites, your mouth consist of other structures such as the soft tissues of the gums, the oral mucosa, the upper and the lower jaw, the tongue, salivary glands, the uvula, and the frenulum linguae.

The Gums

The gums consist of pink periodontal tissues that support your teeth. Much like your teeth, gums play an important role to your overall oral health. Healthy gums are characterized by firm periodontal tissues that cover entire root of your tooth.

Dentist Brisbane: Your Kid’s Dental Health Can Be Influenced By TV Food Ads

YOUR KID’S DENTAL HEALTH CAN BE INFLUENCED BY TV FOOD ADS-min
 
Here’s a 2 minutes and 53 seconds Your Kid’s Dental Health Can Be Influenced By TV Food Ads video I made for you, to keep your children free from dental and oral health problems. See full transcript below.

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Dentist Brisbane: Your Kid’s Dental Health Can Be Influenced By TV Food Ads

What Is Dental Abscess

What is Dental Abcess-min
Dental abscess typically manifests as a localized accumulation of pus on the inner teeth and gums. Dental abscess usually results from bacterial infection that commonly occurs with dental fracture and gum disease. Dental abscess occurs alongside other dental anomalies such as toothache, chewing discomfort, dental sensitivity, neck gland inflammation, and swollen gums.

Types Of Dental Abscess

Dental abscess is typically divided into two types: periapical abscess and periodontal abscess.

Periapical abscess is the more common type of the dental abscess. Originating from the inner pulp of the tooth, periapical abscess usually develops as a complication of dental decay. Periapical abscess is often indicative of mouth-dwelling bacteria that ravage the inner dental structures.

Usually a complication of gum disease, periodontal abscess usually an indicative of gum infection. Periodontal abscess usually affects soft periodontal tissues and supporting dental structures, which prompts the teeth to partially loosen and eventually detach from the gums.

Periodontal abscess is alternatively referred to as a gum boil as it often results to swelling from the infected tooth.

The Perils Of Having Crooked Teeth

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