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Gum Recession: Causes, Signs, and Treatment

Gums can recede or wear away gradually, exposing the pink tissue covering the tooth roots. Gum recession can become a health concern when your tooth roots become exposed, leaving your teeth at risk of decay, infection, or loss. Fortunately, early detection and treatment for gum recession can help stop and reverse the condition. But if […]

Written by prositesdentalDec 29 • 2 minute read

Plaque vs. Tartar: Differences and Prevention

Your teeth are covered by enamel, which makes them hard, durable, and able to handle wear and tear for many years. However, by allowing plaque to build up and harden on your tooth enamel, you increase the risk of developing tartar and associated oral health issues. Often, tartar can compromise your dental health and increase […]

Written by prositesdentalDec 22 • 2 minute read

4 Tips to Protect Your Tooth Enamel

Tooth enamel is the hard outer layer of your teeth that helps to protect the soft inner tissue, called the pulp, against tooth decay and infection. Even though it is stronger than bone, enamel can wear down over time and leave your teeth vulnerable to damage. You cannot rebuild tooth enamel once it is gone, […]

Written by prositesdentalDec 15 • 2 minute read

How Lasers Are Transforming Restorative Dentistry

Lasers were first used commercially in clinical dental practices in 1989. Since then, laser dentistry has become a popular treatment solution for several dental procedures involving hard and soft tissues, offering an alternative to drills and other traditional tools. Are you thinking about getting dental laser treatment? Here’s what you need to know about how […]

Written by prositesdentalDec 8 • 2 minute read

What Is Leukoplakia?

It’s easy to feel confused or alarmed when you notice a sudden change in your oral health. If you’ve observed unusual white patches in your mouth, chances are, you’re experiencing leukoplakia. Leukoplakia is a condition in which white or gray patches appear in areas of your mouth due to excessive cell growth. It usually affects the […]

Written by prositesdentalDec 1 • 2 minute read

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