Orthodontic treatment can be divided into:
i) Removable orthodontic appliances
ii) Fixed appliances (braces)
iii) Orthognatic surgery
Fixed orthodontic appliance
We will be focusing on removable orthodontic appliances in this article.
Firstly, you may want to know what are the types of movement involved in orthodontics and the amount of force required for that movement of a single tooth: Continue reading
When an artificial tooth is needed, whether because you have lost your teeth or when your teeth is badly broken down, there are several choices that you can opt for, i.e. crowns, bridges, dentures or implants. In this article we will be weighing the pros and cons of implants and tooth crowns. Continue reading
Artificial teeth used to make dentures can be made of porcelain, acrylic resin, or composite resin. Here we will be looking at the most commonly used ones-porcelain teeth and acrylic resin.
Artificial teeth for dentures
Letâ€™s first look at the requirements of good artificial teeth: Continue reading
What is Hydro floss oral irrigator?
ThÐµ Hydro Floss Oral Irrigator Ñ–Ñ• a dental care system thÐ°t can be used at home. It uses a flow Î¿f water tÎ¿ irrigate thÐµ spaces between ÑƒÎ¿Ï…r teeth Ð°nd gums that may have been missed by regular brushing and flossing.
The Hydro Floss Oral Irrigator