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Dental Floss

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  • August 26, 2016
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According to the American Dental Association (ADA), interdental cleaners such as floss are an essential part of taking care of your teeth and gums. Cleaning between teeth removes plaque that can lead to cavities or gum disease in the areas where a toothbrush can’t reach. Interdental cleaning is proven to help remove debris between teeth that can contribute to plaque buildup.

The Canadian Dental Association supports flossing as one step of maintaining healthy teeth and gums. Flossing is an effective preventative measure to remove plaque, the main cause of gum disease. The weakness of the evidence supporting the value of floss in the prevention of gum disease is a reflection of the difficulty of conducting the necessary studies, not of the value of flossing for the maintenance of good oral health.

Brushing, flossing, eating a healthy diet, and seeing your dentist regularly are all steps in preserving a healthy mouth.


Dental sensitivity

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  • January 22, 2016

Ouch that hurts! Dental sensitivity

Tooth sensitivity has plagued dentists as long as the study of oral healthcare has been around. Patients come in dental offices on a daily basis with complaints about discomfort and pain. We use a light-cured desensitizer “Shield Force Plus” on the sensitive regions after light curing and  the relief is evident. This protocol is routinely used under fillings, inlays, and exposed areas after gingival recession. 

Implants & Infections

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  • January 23, 2016

Dental implants can dramatically improve the appearance and health of your smile. When you receive dental implants from a dentist in Qatar, you are sure to be amazed by the beauty and quality of your new teeth. After your procedure has been completed, it is important to be on the lookout for the signs of peri-implant disease. Bleeding gums, gingivitis, and other issues can be even more severe in dental implant patients. Read on for a look at some of the signs that you should see a periodontist about your dental implants.

Swollen or Red Gums

When you receive a dental implant, you will want to pay careful attention to the health and condition of the gums that surround the implant site. Swollen or red gums are among the first signs that you are developing peri-implant disease. If your gums become too red or swollen, they may cause your implant to fail. A periodontist will be able to help you care for your gums and make sure that your dental implant is in good condition.

Pain When Eating or Chewing

A healthy implant will not cause pain or discomfort when you are chewing, eating, or swallowing. You should see a periodontist if you start to experience any of these symptoms after your implant has been placed. Swollen and inflamed gums can cause pain and discomfort around the implant area. Treating your gums will help you restore comfort to your entire mouth.

Shifting or Crooked Teeth

Your periodontist will take special care to make sure that your dental implant is in perfect alignment when it is placed in your mouth. Periodontal disease, however, can cause your teeth around the implant to shift out of place over time. If you have started to notice that your implant is no longer in its original position, it may be time to make a trip to the periodontist. Your periodontist can treat your gums and ensure that your implant has a healthy and properly placed position in your smile.

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