Frenectomy is a dental procedure in which frenum is removed. Frenum is a small portion or a fold which holds the organ in the body and prevents it moving too far. There are several methods in order to perform this process. The lingual frenectomy, in which the frenum of the tongue is removed, is done in a medical condition which is known as ankyloglossia (limited tongue mobility). The removal of frenum of lips is called as labial frenectomy.
Snoring is a common problem that people might not be aware of. It can defined as a loud breathing sound during sleep that is caused by the vibration of the soft palate (the soft part of the roof of the mouth).
Aneroxia Nervosa is a psychophysiologic disorder characterized by excessive dieting and denial of hunger leading to weight loose. It is usually found among white females between ages 12-35.
Supernumerary “extra” teeth is the result of continued multiplying of baby or permanent Teeth buds, which result in normal looking teeth or small tiny teeth.
It is a system that sends images of the patient's teeth to a computer monitor, while the patient is still sitting in the dental chair, by placing a small sensor in the patient's mouth. The sensor will read the x-ray beam and record it as an image on the computer.
Dental implants are the permanent replacment of missing teeth with artificial teeth or dentures that are attached to metal anchors, usually made of titanium, and have been surgically inserted inside the jawbone.
Brushing And Flossing
Brushing and flossing every day will help keep your teeth and gums healthy. Having clean teeth also makes you look and feel better. Your breath is fresher, your smile is brighter and your teeth feel smooth.
Leukoplakia is a clinical term for a white oral tissue that cannot be rubbed or diagnosed as another disease. Even that leukoplakia considered as a precancerous lesion, but in most cases it is not.
Crown And Bridges
A crown, also called a 'cap,' is a tooth-like restoration that is placed over a prepared existing tooth to restore the function, contour, appearance and strengthens the damaged tooth. Crowns serve to support the tooth when there is no longer sufficient tooth structure left to place a filling.
Veneers are a thin porcelain shell that is permanently bonded to the teeth. Veneers are a cosmetic alternative for a variety of dental conditions of the front teeth