The dental anatomy of the molars presents deep grooves and fissures that are very distinct and unique to every tooth.The grooves and fissures are characteristic of every posterior teeth, premolar or molar, some deeper than others, while some rather shallow and ...
When you’re missing some or all of your natural teeth, replacing them as soon as possible is essential. Failing to get teeth replacements is not only unsightly, it can cause facial sagging, improper alignment, unintelligible speech, and difficulty chewing. Fortunately, ...
Although water, many foods, and some oral healthcare products contain fluoride, it often isn’t enough to help your teeth be as healthy as possible. Some people have heard misinformation and ask our dentists “Is fluoride bad for you?” It definitely is not. The reason this rumor persists is that fluoride ...
Our teeth help us to chew food that needs to be broken down before it enters our digestive system so that our body can absorb the nutrients from them. It also helps us pronounce much more clearly and ...