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Why You Need to Cover an Exposed Root

Posted on 6/22/2020 by Sean Saghatchi
Exposed roots are usually not a common problem, but when they happen, you are going to know it is happening. When the gums start to recede, if you develop an abscess, have gum disease, or wind up with any other issue, then you need to think about covering any tooth root that has become exposed. This is uncomfortable for everyone, but it is a problem that we can address and provide help with. You shouldn't have to deal with exposed roots in your mouth. Speak with us for help. Covering Exposed Roots in the Mouth Sensitivity is very common in those that have exposed roots. Discomfort when you eat or drink anything hot or cold is also common. It is important to think about what we can do to help you cover up these roots so you can comfortably eat and drink. Getting grafts can be used to fix the issue. They cover the area your natural gums once covered, and they heal in place, essentially replacing the gum tissue you have lost. This helps prevent discomfort, plus it also helps you feel more confident when you smile. Speak with us today regarding any and all dental issues you are faced with. When you are battling exposed roots or other issues, it can become a problem if you do not get them taken care of. This is because you don't want to live with the discomfort or have the issues become worse. When your roots are exposed, you are also more vulnerable to an infection in the gum tissue you have left, and in the root of the tooth. Not only would this be more painful, but it could also cost you your tooth. Schedule an appointment, so we can take a look and figure out what procedures will help....

Fluoride Treatment: How It Works and What to Expect During Treatment

Posted on 6/8/2020 by Sean Saghatchi
Fluoride is popularly known for being able to reduce cavities and for its ability to repair tooth decay in its early stages. Fluoride can benefit both children and adults by keeping teeth strong and healthy. While fluoride is present in food and water, as well as in mouthwash and toothpaste, it may not be enough to prevent tooth decay. To receive better protection, it is ideal that you visit us here at Newport Dental Group to get fluoride treatment. How Fluoride Can Make Your Teeth Strong The crown of a tooth has an outer layer that is referred to as the enamel. The enamel is made of minerals. Every day, these minerals are lost through the process of demineralization and are also gained through remineralization. Demineralization starts when the bacteria in the plaque produce acids. These acids are responsible for the dissolution of the minerals in the enamel. Meanwhile, in remineralization, minerals are absorbed into the enamel, helping to build it back. Too much demineralization and lack of remineralization cause tooth decay. Fluoride helps teeth stay strong by aiding in the remineralization process. Fluoride is absorbed once it comes in contact with your teeth. It replenishes the depleted phosphorus and calcium, which are needed to maintain the hardness of your teeth. As a result, it helps repair the enamel and halts the process of tooth decay. Fluoride can be absorbed by the teeth in some ways, such as when you use a toothpaste or mouth rinse that has fluoride. Fluoridated water also helps. Moreover, of course, one of the most effective ways to get fluoride into your teeth is through fluoride treatment. What Can You Expect From the Treatment? The fluoride treatment that we will give you contains more fluoride than the toothpaste and mouthwashes that are meant for everyday use. They are chemically different and are made to stay on the teeth for a longer period. Before fluoride is applied, the teeth are dried first so that saliva would not dilute the fluoride. Fluoride can be applied as a varnish, foam, or gel. Fluoride treatment can come in various flavors, but it is never meant to be ingested. Fluoride treatments will surely help keep your teeth strong and healthy. However, they alone are not enough to prevent tooth decay. It is still important for you to maintain good oral hygiene, eat a healthy diet, and visit us here at Newport Dental Group regularly. Give us a call so we can schedule your appointment at (949) 574-0100....

Figuring Out Where Your Dental Pain Comes From

Posted on 5/29/2020 by Sean Saghatchi
Are you in pain? There are lots of different kinds of pain, but one of the worst pains is dental pain. That's because dental pain can make your head hurt, as well as your ears, face and neck. If you are already in dental pain, what can you do? How can you figure out what is causing your pain? We have some answers. Dental Pain- Why Does It Hurt So Bad? One reason that dental pain is so painful is because your mouth has a lot of nerves. Think about it. Each one of your teeth has tooth nerves, which means that if you hurt a tooth, the pain from one nerve travels down your mouth. The pain can travel to your brain quickly, which is one reason dental pain hurts so bad and is so intense. What Could The Dental Pain Be From? Your dental pain could be from several different causes. First, you may have dental pain from a cavity, especially one that is advanced. Over time, a cavity can grow and spread into your tooth pulp, where your nerves are- which causes serious pain. You may also be in pain due to a cracked or broken tooth, which can expose nerves and cause pain. You could have tooth pain due to clenching or grinding your teeth at night and not even know it until your tooth starts hurting. Over time, this clenching or grinding of teeth might also give you jaw or ear pain, which could signal temporomandibular joint disorder, or TMD. You may also have pain from an injury to your teeth that you thought you had healed from, but that may still be causing you pain. If you are in pain, and you're not sure why, give us a call today, and let us figure out the causes of your dental pain....

All Posts:

Why You Need to Cover an Exposed Root
Fluoride Treatment: How It Works and What to Expect During Treatment
Figuring Out Where Your Dental Pain Comes From
How Safe Is Tooth Whitening?
Causes of Sensitive Teeth We Do Not Always Think Of
Can You Just Leave a Missing Tooth?
Should You Eat Just Before We See You For an Appointment?
Questions You Should Ask Us At Each Appointment
Oral Benefits of Vitamin D From the Sun
How Managing Stress Keeps Your Jaw from Clenching
Signs You Need a Nighttime Mouth Guard
Should You Wait Until You Have a Full Arch of No Teeth Before Getting Dentures?
What Exactly is Going on in a Cavity?
Ways to Avoid Halloween Candy Damage
Oral Health Benefits That Come Along with Regular Black Tea Consumption
How Dental Bonding Can Improve Your Oral Health
Foods That Keep Your Breath Fresher
Do Any Foods Take Dental Stains Away?
Understanding the Enamel Loss Process
You Can Get a Confidence Boost By Coming to Us for Updated Dental Care
Reasons to Avoid Chewing on Ice
Improving Oral Health Enough for Dental Implants
Important Questions to Ask Us at Each Appointment
How to Manage Eating Until We Can Fix a Cracked Molar
You Need to Care For New Dental Crowns Gently When They First Get Applied
Why Your Teeth Need You to Keep Up with Drinking Plenty of Water
Drinking Through a Straw on a Daily Basis Can Help Teeth Bypass Some Staining
Do You Use Any of These Excuses to Avoid Flossing?
Some People Are More Prone to Getting Cavities Than Others - Why Is That?
How Long Does it Take to Adjust a Dental Crown?
Biting Down on Your Teeth Should Not Hurt
Best Ways of Whitening Your Smile in a Short Amount of Time
Is the Quality of All ADA-Approved Oral Products the Same?
How to Maintain High Oral Health While on a Tight Budget
Why Do Teeth Become Sensitive to Sugar?
Why Do Teeth Become Increasingly Yellow as We Get Older?
Why Do Teeth Become Increasingly Yellow as We Get Older?
When Tooth Sensitivity Gets Bad Enough to Require Medication, We Can Help
Times Where a Ridge Augmentation Is Necessary
There Are No Good Reasons for Loose Teeth in Adults
The Reason You Should Wait to Brush for 30 Minutes After Eating
The Damage Acids Really do to Your Teeth
Is Sanitizing Your Toothbrush Necessary for Good Oral Health?
Is Rinsing Your Teeth After Brushing Beneficial or Detrimental?
Should You Get a Root Canal or Extraction?
How Bonding Helps with Dental Discoloration
What Does Tartar Do to Your Teeth?
What Does Stress Do to Your Mouth?
Water is Incredibly Important for Good Oral Health
Three Things to Never Do with Dental Veneers
What Dental Problems Can a Crown Help to Fix?
Type of Damage Your Teeth Take When You Regularly Clench Them
Why a Toothache Should Never Get Ignored
Where Do You Currently Store Your Toothbrush?
What is the Right Quantity of Toothpaste to Use?
Vegetables are the Healthiest Snack for Your Oral Health
Better Oral Health Can Come With Weight Loss
3 Fun Ways to Relax When Sitting in a Dental Chair
When to Visit Your Dentist Between Standard Appointments
When Rocking Teeth for an Extraction, What Happens to Your Jaw?
What Really Qualifies as a Dental Emergency?
What Really Happens When Toothpaste Expires?
What Puts You At Risk for More Cavities?
What Part of Water Helps Your Teeth Stay Healthier?
Soaking Your Toothbrush Properly Can Help Keep It Sanitized
Signs You Are Not Brushing As Well As You Could

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Costa Mesa, CA 92627

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