Experiencing sharp excruciating pain? Canâ€™t get to the dentist on time? Look around you as there are many natural home remedies available for an immediate toothache relief. However, remember that this pain relief is only temporary and you need to visit the dentist soon to get it treated to prevent further episodes of toothaches.
Toothbrush abrasion is a type of dental abrasion which is commonly seen in the mouth. It is most frequently on the junction where the teeth meet the gums (gum line or gum margins) and the root surfaces of teeth.
Toothbrush abrasion is the result of traumatic tooth brushing in a horizontal scrubbing movement rather than a vertical direction and appears as notches worn into the teeth near the gum margins which can be made worse by abrasive dentifrices. Changes can be detected anywhere in the mouth, although the upper teeth are usually more involved than the lower teeth. Continue reading