Category: Mouth and teeth

Wisdom Teeth that Cause Problems

The teeth that sit at the back of each jaw are called wisdom teeth. They can cause various problems by, for example, easily becoming inflamed and injuring the tooth in front and causing problems with the gums. In addition, it can be difficult to keep wisdom teeth clean.

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Toothache

Toothache is a sign that one or more teeth have been damaged for some reason. That it hurts is because the nerve in a tooth has become inflamed or infected.

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Tartar

Tartar is very common and forms when bacterial coatings stuck to the teeth come into contact with saliva. It is important to remove tartar, because tartar can lead to gingivitis and tooth loss. There are several ways to remove tartar.

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Periodontitis

Tooth decay is an infectious disease that causes the teeth to slowly loosen by destroying their attachment to the jaw.

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Salivary Gland Stone

A salivary gland can form a small stone that prevents saliva from coming out of the mouth. Often it comes off by itself, but sometimes it needs to be removed.

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When Children Bite

It is common for young children to bite themselves or others. Often this is because the child has not yet learned to express himself in words, and the biting becomes a way to make contact and show emotions. Young children do not bite to be mean or troublesome. They often have close feelings and can be impulsive. If your child bits, it is important that you mark immediately, but calmly. A child who has been bitten rarely needs care.

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Sensitive Teeth

Teething anguish means that it hurts your teeth, for example when you eat or drink something cold. The pain often comes suddenly and usually goes over quickly.

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Holes in the Teeth – Caries

Caries, or holes in the teeth, you get when harmful bacteria form acids that loosen the enamel surface of the tooth. You get a hole in the tooth.

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Holes in Milk Teeth – Caries in Children

Caries is a disease that causes tooth decay. Caries can be prevented if you brush your baby’s teeth regularly and do not give sweet snacks too often.

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Sparkle and Squeeze Teeth

It is common to grin and squeeze teeth. It usually happens when you sleep, which means you don’t notice it. It can also happen when you are awake. You may notice it if your teeth wear out quickly or if you get sore and get hurt in the jaws.

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Cod in Young Children

Cod is a fungal infection that causes the baby to have a whitish membrane in the mouth. Sometimes the child may have difficulty eating. Cod usually goes by itself.

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Pain in the Mouth of Children

If a toddler does not want to eat or drink, it may be because it hurts the mouth. Children who are two years or older can often tell themselves that they have mouth pain.

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Dry Mouth

Dry mouth is because you have too little saliva in your mouth or that the texture of the saliva has changed. The saliva is important for you to be able to chew and swallow without problems. It also protects teeth.

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Mouth Ulcer – Herpes Around the Mouth

Herpes around the mouth is caused by a very common virus, which can cause mouth ulcers. You can even have the virus in your body without getting any cold sores. Avoid kissing, kissing or having mouth sex when you or someone else has a mouth ulcer with blisters.

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Lip Gap, Jaw Gap, Palate Gap – LKG Gap

Some children are born with clefts in the lip, jaw and palate. This usually shortens the LKG gap. LKG columns mean that parts of the child’s face have not grown together as they usually do. LKG column can be operated with good results.

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Bad Breath

Bad breath almost always occurs in the mouth. The most common cause of bad breath is that you have bacterial coatings around your teeth or tongue.

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Blisters and Ulcers in the Mouth

Most people sometimes have blisters, ulcers or other changes in the mouth’s mucosa. It may be due to some infection or injury to the mouth, but often the cause of the trouble is unknown. Mouth dryness over a longer period of time and use of certain drugs increase the risk of getting blisters and ulcers in the mouth.

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