Showing posts from May, 2018


Cancer  is defined as the uncontrollable growth of cells that invade and cause damage to surrounding tissue.

Mouth cancer, or oral cancer, can occur anywhere in the mouth, on the surface of the tongue, the lips, inside the cheek, in the gums, in the roof and floor of the mouth, in the tonsils, and in the salivary glands   can be life threatening if not diagnosed and treated early.
Mouth cancer occurs when cells on your lips or in your mouth develop changes (mutations) in their DNA. These mutations allow cancer cells to continue growing and dividing when healthy cells would die. The accumulating abnormal mouth cancer cells can form a tumor. With time they may spread inside the mouth and on to other areas of the head and neck or other parts of the body. Factors that can Increase the cause of mouth cancer includes:
Tobacco use of any kind, including cigarettes, cigars, pipes, chewing tobacco and snuff, among othersHeavy alcohol useExcessive sun exposure to your lipsA sexually transmitted vi…


Thumb sucking is a natural reflex for children. Kids suck their thumbs because it's comforting and calming. It can also be soothing, and many babies and toddlers use it as a coping mechanism when anxious or separated from their parents. The habit helps to induce sleep, and children may suck their thumbs in the evening before bedtime. After permanent teeth come in, sucking may cause problems with the proper growth of the mouth and alignment of the teeth. It can also cause changes in the roof of the mouth. The intensity of the sucking is a factor that determines whether or not dental problems may result. If children rest their thumbs passively in their mouths, they are less likely to have difficulty than those who vigorously suck their thumbs. Some aggressive thumb suckers may develop problems with their baby (primary) teeth. The best time to discourage thumb sucking is by age four. By this time, prolonged sucking could begin to affect your child's mouth and developing jaw and tee…

Dental Bio-Mimetic

Bio-mimetic dentistry, a type of tooth conserving dentistry, treats weak, fractured, and decayed teeth in a way that keeps them strong and seals them from bacterial invasion. In dental practices around the world, Bio-mimetic Dentistry has practically eliminated cutting teeth down for crowns and destructive root canal treatment.Patients are happier and often spend less compared to conventional treatment. Discuss more on recent trends in Dentistry :



Baby teeth will start showing up in a child’s mouth starting around the age of six months and continuing until he or she is about six years old. The baby teeth play an important role in helping a child learn to chew and speak, and they also serve as placeholders, saving the spot for the permanent teeth that will eventually erupt. Here are several differences between the deciduous and the permanent teeth. The enamel of the deciduous teeth is thinner than the enamel on permanent teeth ,the primary teeth usually look a lot whiter than the permanent teeth.The shape of the teeth is also a tad different. When the front permanent teeth erupt, they usually have a ,number of small bumps on the top, known as mamelons  There are 20 primary teeth and 32 permanent teeth, including four wisdom teeth. Part of the reason for the difference in number is that a child’s mouth is much smaller than an adult’s. Since the primary teeth are designed to fall out, there’s often the misconception they don’t need …


"THEN and NOW" , From " to PAINLESS", has evolved with the help of ideas from ignited minds to create new  .


3D printing has taken away the modern dentistry, by combining oral scanning, CAD/CAM design and 3D printing, dental labs can accurately and rapidly produce crowns, bridges, stone models and a range of orthodontic appliances.