Are Dental Snap-On Veneers Actually Good?

snap on veneers

The internet is divided over snap-on veneers; while cost-weary individuals don’t mind seeking them out for their affordability, some professionals caution against their use. Also known as removable or clip-on veneers, they’re quite different from their traditional counterpart. Unlike the latter, these don’t require any teeth shaving and can also be easily popped on and … Read more

What Is A Dental Cantilever Bridge?

Dental cantilever bridge

A dental bridge is a type of restoration used to replace or fill a gap left by missing teeth. Depending on the construction of the bridge and what it’s anchored to, there are four different types of bridges: implant-supported bridge, traditional bridge (anchored to teeth on either side of the gap), Maryland bridge (anchored with … Read more

What Is Cracked Tooth Syndrome?

Cracked Tooth Syndrome

A cracked tooth syndrome (CTS), as the name suggests, is a type of dental issue that results in the formation of a crack on a tooth. While in some cases, this condition can be asymptomatic, in others, it can cause enough discomfort to seek help. And timely medical intervention can be quite important as it … Read more

Peri-Implantitis: Signs, Treatment, & Prevention

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While the long-term survival rate of dental implants has been reported somewhere between 93.3-98%, as per a 2021 research published in BMC Oral Health, it’s still possible for them to “fail.” Dental implant failure can be attributed to various factors, such as poor oral hygiene, health issues, and surgical errors, among others. Peri-implantitis is among … Read more

Taurodontism: Types, Causes & Treatment

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Taurodontism is a type of dental abnormality that you might not even know you have. It’s a type of condition which results in the enlargement of the tooth’s body at the expense of its roots. The outcome is a tooth resembling that of a bull, hence deriving its name from “tauro,” meaning bull, and “odont,” … Read more

Microdontia: Causes And Treatments


Microdontia is a dental condition that results in very small teeth. Other than causing a cosmetic concern, it can also cause some functional problems, especially due to the gaps between the teeth. It’s possible for this condition to only affect one or a few of your teeth, but it can also be “generalised” to all … Read more

Sore Jaw: Causes & Treatments

sore jaw

A sore jaw can be quite discomforting and might even make it difficult for you to chew your food normally. From bruxism to trauma and arthritis, there are a number of reasons why your jaw may feel this way. In this guide, you’ll learn more about the possible causes of a sore jaw, how long … Read more

Wisdom Tooth Pain: How Long It Lasts & What To Do

wisdom tooth pain

Many people experience wisdom tooth pain. Sometimes, it has to do with the eruption of the tooth itself. However, in other instances, it can be indicative of more serious oral health problems, such as cysts or infections. Wisdom teeth also have a reputation for being problematic because they can spur issues like tooth decay and … Read more

Itchy Tongue: Causes & Treatments

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An itchy tongue can cause quite some discomfort. Depending on the underlying cause of the problem, it can also be accompanied by other more painful and even dangerous symptoms. While there are different reasons why your tongue might be itching, you must get it checked as soon as possible because it can be one of … Read more

Yellow Spots On Teeth: Causes & Treatments

yellow spots on teeth

Discoloured yellow spots on teeth are not only an aesthetic concern but can also indicate serious health problems. You may acquire them or develop them as a part of a genetic condition. Unfortunately, sometimes, these spots can be permanent, and treatments like teeth whitening might not be enough to get rid of them. Depending on … Read more

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