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  • Osseous Surgery Or Poc...

    Infected gums represent a very common form of gum disease known as periodontitis. Bacterial plaque in our mouth can accumulate in hard to clean areas along the gum line and between the teeth, causing inflammation and damage to the gum … Read More

    0 Monday, December 9, 2013
  • Periodontitis – Caus...

    Periodontitis is a severe infection in gum that harms the bones and soft tissues that are instrumental in supporting your teeth. Periodontal diseases can result in loss of tooth or can also develop a heart attack or stroke and some … Read More

    0 Thursday, August 1, 2013
  • Root Planning – Caus...

    Root planning is a dental procedure in which the root surface of teeth is smoothen and polished. Rough surface of teeth is the ideal breeding ground for the calculus and bacteria. In addition to smoothing, this process also scraps away … Read More

    0 Monday, June 24, 2013
  • A Connection Between P...

    After many years of research by dentists, periodontists and physicians, with specialisation in medicine and their respective domains, have concluded a connection of periodontics and other diseases. There are significant findings opinionated the connection between periodontal disease and other systemic … Read More

    0 Thursday, June 20, 2013
  • What Is Dental Crown L...

    There are various kinds of gum related problems that requires surgery to cure it. Dental crown lengthening is a one kind of oral surgery which can be performed by a surgeon known as Periodontist. Dental crown lengthening needs to perform … Read More

    0 Tuesday, June 18, 2013
  • Tooth Scaling – Why,...

    Dental health constitutes a prominent place in our overall general health. Irrespective of your age, healthy teeth should be your possession. Accurate dental hygiene can help keeping your teeth in right shape, size and great health for a lifetime. One … Read More

    0 Friday, June 14, 2013
  • All Possible Factors L...

    Most often than not, gum disease; often called as gingivitis; is resultant to plaque, a sticky layer of bacteria that is formed on the teeth over time. If plaque is not treated by daily brushing and flossing between teeth, it … Read More

    0 Thursday, June 13, 2013
  • Teeth Gingivitis – C...

    Gingivitis is a medical condition causing inflammation of the gums. It is one of several periodontal ailments affecting the health of tissues close to the teeth, gums, bones and soft tissues. Prolong gingivitis results in receding gums and even cause … Read More

    0 Tuesday, May 21, 2013