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Advanced Gum Treatment In Borivali Clove Dental In Borivali Gums are an important part of mouth, they keep teeth in the socket and ultimately help in chewing. They are like the support system of teeth, without which teeth cannot function. And just like any other part of body they are also prone to infection. You will be surprised to know but there are more than 600 bacterial species in the mouth, all fighting to secure a place for its survival. So imagine how much hard work gums have to do in order to keep teeth secure. Nonetheless, there are various types of infections which can still occur.
New job? Getting married? Don’t wish to put braces? ‘A SMILE is the best accessory’ Rightly said, a lot of our day-to-day events are based on our interactions with people. An office presentation or a photo shoot or simply your desire to smile and talk without worrying about the appearance of your teeth is something that everyone wants. TIME is an essential part of every treatment, but sometimes a quicker alternative is preferred. Ceramic/ Porcelain Veneers or Laminates are steadily increasing in popularity among today’s crowd as a prompt solution to discoloured, crooked, chipped or abnormally placed teeth. Book an appointment with us for more details.
Bridges In Borivali Bridges are made up of one or more dental crowns that are joined together and fixed (cemented) to the teeth on the sides of the missing tooth for a secure and functional fit. Bridges involve placing crowns on the adjoining teeth as part of the structure for support of the bridge. X-rays, impressions and, in many cases, photographs are taken to assist in the design and fabrication of a bridge. Since a bridge does involve several teeth, great care is taken in the crafting and preparation of the bridge to ensure stability, a good fit and the desired functionality.
Bad taste ruining your day? Bad breath turning people off???? Called HALITOSIS, there are many reasons for it, most common being BACTERIA in the mouth due to poor dental or oral hygiene. Other factors include alcohol, foods like garlic/onion, hunger, thirst, tobacco, braces, dentures, etc. Mouthwashes/Mouthrinses freshen your breath temporarily and are available in many fresh flavours. They aid in killing bacteria, plaque build-up on gums and in-between teeth, rinse out loose food particles and can help reduce cavities and gum infections.
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