Dentist drilling teeth. View from the inside of mouth

Tooth Decay & Tooth Cavity

Tooth decay is a gradual process that can lead to a tooth cavity. Decay can be caused by a variety of factors like bad oral hygiene, wafers, chips, cold drinks, frequent snacks, etc. Tooth decay can be stopped if initial stages avoiding further damage which can be permanent and may need the tooth to be restored.

Bleeding Gums

There are several reasons and underlying problems that can cause bleeding gums. Swollen gums, because of bad oral hygiene, are the most common cause that can lead to bleeding gums.

Abscess (Pus Formation)

Pus is a thick liquid produced in infected tissue or underlying bony structure. It is usually yellowish in color and opaque. Because pus can break or dissolve the surrounding tissues it consists of tissue debris, dead white blood cells, bacteria, and serum. When the pus consists of bacteria, it can become green in color and be foul-smelling because of bacterial pigmentation.

Plaque & Calculus

Gingival pocket or gum pocket is an area between the gums and the root of the tooth. Because this area can hold deposits like a pocket or a pouch; it is known as a gingival pocket when the plaque turns into calculus.

Mouth Ulcers

Ulcers, sores or canker sores are small lesions occurring on gums, inside of lips or sides of cheeks.

Bad Breath

Also know as Halitosis, bad breath is a frequent problem that every one of us encountered in our lives on a frequent basis.

Teeth Crowding

Crowding of teeth occurs when the teeth have lesser space in the mouth or if the tooth are inclined, tilted, or rotated.