Cracking a tooth is easier than you think. Accidents like a hit to the mouth or chewing on hard foods like nuts or ice can cause a sudden crack. Long-term friction such as tooth grinding, uneven chewing, and even large fillings may make teeth more vulnerable to cracking.
A cavity happens when a tooth begins to break down and decay. Cavities eat through the protective outer layer of the tooth called the enamel. Once through the enamel, the hole grows bigger and deeper over time. If the decay goes too deep inside the tooth and reaches nerve endings, it causes pain and sensitivity. … Read More »
One of the most popular cosmetic procedures requested from dentists these days is teeth whitening. This is mostly due to its wider availability, lower cost and the increasing number of techniques available to dental care professionals, and even though teeth are meant to have some degree of color, more and more people are choosing this… Read More »