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Medically called halitosis, is one of the results of poor dental health. Most of the time it can be greatly reduced with a good brushing technique and a professional cleaning.
There are other important factors that can contribute in halitosis like, but not limited to: poor dental hygiene, dental infections, tobacco products, medical conditions, medications poor health.
Swollen and Bleeding Gums
Gingivitis is usually the name for swollen and bleeding gums.
It can affect anyone with poor dental hygiene and the results can be uncomfortable and sometimes painful.
Bone Loss in Jaw
Bone loss in any part of the body is usually associated with osteoporosis, but can also be the result of malnourishment or other serious medical problems.
This are decayed areas on teeth, they are formed by bacteria that turns in to acid and holes are then developed. They start very small, but if left untreated they will grow, causing sensitivity and pain in the tooth.
Chipped or broken teeth are caused by different causes, it can be because of trauma, pressure from teeth grinding, chewing hard food, biting on something harder than teeth, such as hard candy, ice or nuts.
The cause for crooked teeth varies, it can be genetics, dental disease, early loss of teeth, poor dental hygiene, oral habits or physical development problems, to name a few.
Medically known as xerostomia, is a condition in which salivary glands in your mouth stop making saliva or not producing sufficient saliva. It can be a result of medications, medical treatments or can also be an issue with aging.
Called a diastema, it is a space between two teeth. It is usually present on front upper teeth, but can be present on any number of teeth.
It is a type of gum disease. It is usually characterized by redness on different areas of the gum, usually surrounding teeth. Irritation and swelling of the gums which make them bleed, usually when teeth are brushed.
Is when there is excessive display of the gingiva. Patients can be treated by orthodontics and/or gum contouring.
Impacted Canine Tooth
Canines are positioned at the “corners” of the mouth, and are referred as fangs or eye teeth. They can become impacted inside the jaw bone, but with orthodontic treatment and/or surgery, can and must be positioned in their designated area.
It is a condition in which the third molar, or wisdom are or is prevented from erupting in the mouth. Sometimes it can be painful, sometimes patients does not feel pain. It varies from person to person.
Infected Gum Pockets
Gingivitis is a primary culprit for infected gums, and can cause infected gum pockets if not treated.
There are many factors that can contribute to jaw pain, it can be trauma force, teeth grinding, injuries to jaw or mouth or medical problems such as temporomandibular joint disorder, sinus problems, trigeminal neuralgia, tooth loss, etc.
This is a natural cause when deciduous teeth are falling because the permanent tooth might be about to erupt. Can als be the result of trauma, when talking about a permanent tooth, caused by contact sports or an accident.
It is the absentia of any tooth or more than one tooth in the mouth. As any dentist will tell you: if you are missing a tooth, any tooth (except for the wisdom teeth), you should get it replaced, as to avoid any further structural changes and forming bad habits in your mouth.
It is an extent of overlap of the maxilla (front part) over the mandibular (front central incisors).
Are usually the result of cavities, cracked or broken teeth, worn out teeth, teeth grinding or damaged teeth.
Sometimes they might be sensitive because of medical procedures and/or dental procedures such as teeth whitening. It can be controlled or minimized by changing or using designated toothpastes, or depending on the severity, treating them with root canals.
Is a potentially serious condition that affects the patient while he or she sleeps.
The patient stops breathing during sleep for dozens and sometimes up to hundreds of times, causing the brain and body to suffer from oxygen deprivation.
Are discolorations on teeth.
They can be the result of extrinsic discoloration or stains, originating on food, drinks, tobacco products that can affect the outer layer of teeth, in this case, the enamel.
Medically called bruxism is the clenching and grinding of the jaw.
It usually happens unconsciously at night when we sleep. Patients usually don’t realize this, but report pain or muscle fatigue on the side of their face.
It is a condition that is characterized by the front teeth on the lower maxilla extend farther than the upper teeth on the upper maxilla. It is also a class III malocclusion.