Removing wisdom teeth is a common procedure in the dental office and here are some of the myths revealed.
Tonsil stones, also known as tonsilloliths, are firm, yellow buildups of debris growing in the tonsil crypts.
Here are some tips you can use at home to keep your gums healthy and avoid gingivitis and gum disease.
Oral piercings like tongue, lip, frenum and uvula piercings may cause dental and health damage. Be aware of the risks!
The enamel pearls, also known as enamel drop and enameloma, are little nodules of hard tissue attached to the tooth crown or roots.
Coronectomy, also known as odontectomy or tooth decoronation, is a surgical dental procedure that removes a crown of an impacted wisdom tooth and leaves the roots in place.
Endodontic treatment on milk teeth, also known as pulpotomy, removes the irreversibly inflamed pulp tissues and retains the tooth in the dentition.
Dens invaginatus, also known as dens in dente, is a morphological variation to the anatomy of the tooth.
Dental implants have gone a long way to become the best solution for replacing missing teeth. Let's have a look at the teeth implant history.
A tongue scraper, also known as tongue brush or tongue cleaner, is an oral hygiene device designed to remove bacterial build up, food particles, and dead cells from the surface of your tongue.