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2 and3, Upper Level, Akash Towers, Judges’ Bungalows Road, Ahmedabad, Gujarat, 380054

Periodontal disease is happened due to bacteria in dental plaque, the clingy substance that structures on your teeth two or three hours after you have brushed. Strikingly, it is your body’s reaction to the bacterial infection that causes the vast majority of the issues. With an end goal to wipe out the bacteria, the cells of your resistant framework discharge substances that cause destruction and inflammation of the gums, alveolar bone or periodontal ligament. This prompts swollen, bleeding gums, indications of gingivitis (the most punctual phase of periodontal disease), and extricating of the teeth, an indication of serious periodontitis (the propelled phase of disease).

How to Fix Gap in Front Teeth?

Can you fix the gap in your front teeth by yourself? Of course not! The gap in front teeth need to be treated by your dentist at the dental clinic.

There are several treatments to fix gap in front teeth, following are:

  • Orthodontic treatment (Braces)
  • Dental veneers
  • Dental bonding
  • Teeth effect bands, and many more

The following are some of the ideas or suggestions which can help in avoiding bad breath and maintain oral hygiene:

Brush your teeth twice a day and if possible, after meals using a fluoride toothpaste and a soft bristled toothbrush.
Stop smoking or chewing tobacco or any similar habit.
Use a mouthwash to keep your breath fresh.
Use a tongue scraper to remove debris from your tongue every day.
Drink a lot water and keep your mouth hydrated.
Avoid beverages like aerated drinks and alcohol.
Visit a dentist for a dental checkup every 6 months for a dental consultation and oral check-up and also get a scaling and cleaning every 6 months.

What are Early Childhood Caries?

When 1 or more decayed, missing or filled tooth surfaces are present in primary teeth/milk teeth in a child up till age of 71 months is characterized as Early Childhood caries.

What are their stages?

  • Initial Reversible Stage:

    It begins as asymptomatic, chalky, opaque and demineralized carious lesion that predominantly cervical and interproximal areas. It is characterized by no pain.

  • Damaged Carious Stage:

    Upper front teeth i.e. Maxillary Anteriors are affected. Carious lesion here involves dentin and shows yellowish-brown discoloration.

  • Deep lesion:

    Depending on the frequency of use of sweetener and its cariogenicity, molars (back teeth) also get involved. Pain may be experienced in this stage and maxillary incisors my also show pulpal involvement.

  • Traumatic Stage:

    Teeth become weak by the time this stage advances. Molars display pulpal involvement and maxillary incisors may become non vital.

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