Does your child have his first molar badly affected by carries? Although it is unfortunate, there are some good news here!
How does whitening gel work?
In a nutshell, whitening gel contain peroxides which are H2O2 molecules. H2O2 interact with organic stains (chromophores) inside teeth and break them up into more simple molecules.
A tooth is made of three parts: Enamel (outer layer), Dentin (Middle layer), and pulp (inner layer). The pulp as all the nervers that makes us feel temperature or pain. Two types of nerves are present in everybody’s teeth A-Delta and C fibers. These two fiber types are responsible for 3 types of tooth pain.
For new parents it is important to monitor you baby’s milk teeth as they erupt. Baby teeth (primary teeth) can cause discomfort as they erupt, and knowing the time they are supposed to come in can prevent unnecessary worry.
Adults getting braces was a not so common in the past. Nowadays more and more adults are seeking braces treatment to improve their smile and oral health.
According to surveys in the united states, 1 in every 3 patients in an orthodontics clinic is an adult. In an orthodontics clinic, an adult patient is any patient who is above 18 years old, and adults orthodontics now constitute a major component in any orthodontic office.
The American Association of Orthodontics recommends that children have their first orthodontic evaluation before the age of seven. This evaluation is important to rule out certain growth issues such as crossbites or detrimental oral habits like thumb sucking.
Deviations in occlusion in the primary dentition are often associated with a narrow maxilla and do not self-correct. They would be carried to the succeeding permanent dentition and to a more pronounced degree.
Coursea helps Lebanon learn
Coursera helps Lebanon, a great opportunity to join our team.
16 October 2020|Ortho I Clinics news
A new initiative by the ministry of labor in Lebanon was born in October 31 2020. The initiative is a partnership with Coursera, the leading platform for online learning, to provide FREE access to their catalogue of courses provided by top universities like Johns Hopkins, Duke, New York and many more.
12 orofacial conditions
12 common orofacial pain conditions treated by specialist dentist
Temporomandibular disorders (TMD) are jaw pain conditions relating to the muscles or joints of the jaw. These common orofacial pain conditions can radiate to the head and neck and cause suffering.