Most babies start teething around 6 months old. From first days on, outer surface of teeth must be cleaned. Baby-specific toothbrush must be used, but no toothpaste must be applied.
Tartar is a serious problem that may result in loss of a tooth. As long as performed by capable experts, it is not harmful to remove tartar, which may cause aesthetical or functional problems.
There are 2 primary reasons for sensitive teeth. First is cavity, and the second is gum issues. There are special treatments for both. Today, laser and fluoride treatments are used to relieve sensitive teeth.
Not all wisdom teeth need to be removed. Some people suffer from impacted wisdom teeth, putting pressure on adjacent teeth and jawbone. Problematic wisdom teeth may need to be removed.
Tooth implant is a frequently used treatment method to complete missing teeth. The process involves mounting a titanium artificial tooth onto jawbone.
Dentist do not recommend any interventional treatment on first and especially last three months of pregnancy. Therefore, mouth and dental health controls must be conducted during pregnancy planning phase. You can visit a dentist in emergencies, but a gynaecologist must be consulted before starting any treatment.
First of all, take good care of mouth hygiene. Sweet food sticks onto your braces and produce bacteria, decaying your tooth.
You should eat soft food during first week. Avoid hard food like carrots or nuts, as they may break your braces. Eating too hot or too cold food can alter physical properties of your braces and make them fall.