If your back teeth are aching, then you probably need to have a wisdom tooth extraction. Few people know that there are special molars that are the last teeth to develop in an adult. Read on to learn what wisdom teeth are, when they should be extracted and the wisdom tooth extraction process. What are Wisdom Teeth? Wisdom teeth refer to the last teeth in your dental arch. Sometimes, people experience a dull throbbing behind their jaws when wisdom teeth are erupting.
When you are a dentist, having your own practice can be a huge career highlight. You can call the shots and create the exact practice that you want – whether that means specialising in family dentistry, orthodontics, or cosmetic dentistry. Unfortunately, emerging with top grades from the best dental school and having years of stellar experience under your belt is not enough to make a success of a dental practice. You also need to know a thing or two about marketing, which is not something that would necessarily come naturally to a dentist.
If you've opted to have your dentist make a custom mouthguard, rather than buying an off-the-shelf or boil-and-bite product, you've paid extra to get a guard that protects your teeth and mouth more effectively. Going this extra mile typically gives you a better fit and additional shock absorption protection, reducing the risk of injury to your teeth and mouth, if you do happen to have an accident when training or playing sports.
Dental exams are a necessary part of a healthy lifestyle. While some people may see no need in visiting a dentist when they have no dental issues, this is essential in maintaining oral health. Dental issues do not just arise overnight. Regular visits to a dentist can help identify and correct minor dental problems before they become major complications. What happens during a dental check-up? The following are some of the common procedures you can expect when you visit your dentist for an exam.
Many elders struggle to keep up with basic hygiene including brushing their teeth, and if you take care of an elder -- either professionally or personally -- you know how challenging it can be to help them. However, there are ways to make oral care easier for elders. Here is a look at five surprising items that may help: 1. A mixing bowl If you take care of an elder who struggles to stand comfortably or easily, keep in mind that you don't have to brush their teeth while they stand next to the bathroom sink.