Check out the educational videos below to learn how to take better care of your teeth!
Learn how to brush your teeth properly and get expert tips and advice on how to maintain healthy teeth and gums in this free oral hygiene video.
Learning how to properly floss your teeth is important for the health of your teeth and gums. Learn how to floss your teeth with tips from a dental hygienists in this free oral hygiene video.
Caries means rotten or foulness in Latin. Dental caries, also known as cavity, refers to a decayed or rotting portion of a tooth; Caries is a tooth disease caused by bacteria and leeds often to tooth ache.
The symptoms of a cavity include sensitivity to hot and cold temperatures, a throbbing sensation in the tooth or a sharp pain whenever biting down on food. Understand more about a cavity’s symptoms with advice from a licensed dental assistant in this free video on dental hygiene.
A composite tooth filling is the clinical term for a white filling, and is made of a plastic-based material. Understand how composite tooth fillings work and how they are formed to a tooth with information from a licensed dental assistant in this free video on dental hygiene.
A crown for a tooth has a natural look to it, is molded to the shape of the damaged tooth, covers the entire tooth and is held down by Eugenol cement. Discover more about how a crown is made, what it is made of and how it is placed in the mouth with tips from a licensed dental assistant in this free video on dental hygiene.
An abscessed tooth is the result of a nerve infected by decay. Prevent potential dental problems, like root canals, by visiting the dentist at the first sign of tooth pain. Learn more about tooth decay from a licensed dental assistant in this free video on dental hygiene.
To get better smelling breath, brush and floss teeth at least three times a day, and use a mouthwash or rinse. Battle bad breath with proper dental hygiene and tips from a licensed dental assistant in this free video on dental hygiene.
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