A toothache can have multiple reasons for its onset. They generally tend to be infected gums, tooth decay, a damaged filling, and an abscessed tooth. While severe cases like these need the immediate attention of a dentist, you can take certain steps in the meanwhile for a brief bout of relief. Also, in cases when the pain in the tooth has to do with eating something cold or the foods high in sugar, these tips come in handy. Read on to know more about these so that you can take their recourse when your teeth hurt and the situation arises.Read More
Dental erosion is when dental hard tissue is lost from factors other than bacteria. Such erosion usually stems from the presence of acids, as well as from pressure, corrosion, and friction. Factors leading to corrosion may be intrinsic, such as acid reflux, or extrinsic, such as from diet. Saliva acts to naturally neutralize acids that may cause erosion. A recent European study found that roughly 34% of children showed signs of erosion and approximately 28% of those between 18 and 30 years of age. These findings show the importance of increasing awareness regarding erosion-related dental problems early in life to protect tooth enamel that is unreplaceable.Read More
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