Conditions

Dental Emergencies

Dental Emergencies

Chipped/ cracked or broken teeth show a variety of symptoms, including pain when chewing, especially with release of biting pressure.

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Gum Problems

Gum Problems

Bad Breath, tender/bleeding or receding gums (your gums pulling away from your teeth) are all indications that you may be in the early stages of gum disease (gingivitis) or a more advanced stage (periodontitis).

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Missing Teeth

Missing teeth

A missing tooth can lead to more serious consequences than an unattractive smile. Teeth on either side of the gap usually become subjected to excess force because there are fewer teeth to share the burden. Also once a tooth is missing, the other teeth may begin to drift.

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Sensitive Teeth

Sensitive Teeth

Dental sensitivity is usually felt when eating or drinking something hot, cold, sweet, or sour. In certain cases a breath of cold air may set it off. The pain is usually sharp and sudden and can shoot deep into the nerve endings of your teeth.

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Toothache

Toothache

Toothaches occur as a result of inflammation of the central portion of the tooth called pulp. Inflammation to the pulp or “pulpitis” can vary in severity and may present, as tooth sensitivity, pain on chewing, dull or throbbing pain.

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Teeth Grinding

Teeth Grinding

Grinding your teeth together is a condition known as “bruxism”. Grinding or clenching your wears down the enamel and exposes the dentin. This makes the affected teeth more sensitive and more prone to decay.

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Tooth Discolouration

Tooth Discolouration

Tooth discolouration can range from white streaks to yellow tints or brown spots and pits. It is usually unsightly and may make you feel uncomfortable.

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Tooth Decay

Tooth Decay

Also known as dental cavities represent a breakdown of tooth structure. It appear as a chalky white, yellow, brown or black holes or pits on the tooth surface. Cavities may also develop along the gum line and around the edges of old fillings.

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Wisdom Teeth Problems

Wisdom Teeth Problems

Impacted wisdom teeth can cause pain, cavities, damage to neighbouring teeth, crowding and gum disease. A wisdom tooth that is “impacted” (not fully grown) is harder to clean. This means food and bacteria get easily trapped between the gum and the partially erupted tooth

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