You might not like it but the Dental problems can occur to anyone of any age, the person can be 20 years old, 45 years old or a person with 60 plus years old also. The tooth problem is something which no one can judge to whom it can happen or is it going to happen at some specific age.
In this article, I’ll be telling you all that what are some most common dental problems that usually every person faces at least once in his or her life. So, Keep reading to know what are those dental problems.
This is also known as pain in the teeth or their supporting structures. It is caused by dental diseases or some pain raised due to the teeth by some non-dental diseases. When severe it may impact sleep, eating, and other daily activities also. So its advised to consult a doctor as soon as possible.
Also known as dental caries or cavities. It occurs when plaque, a sticky film of bacteria that is formed when you eat sugar and starches and is allowed to stay on teeth for too long. It can happen to anyone but usually, children and older adults face this problem the most.
This is also known as “Periodontitis”. It is a bacterial infection that is caused due to the plaque which attacks gum tissues and tooth ligaments. It usually starts because of Gingivitis. Dental care specialist, Dr. Praveen Kumar suggests that gingivitis can be reversed before it progresses to periodontitis. The first sign of gum disease is bleeding.
The Tooth infection or the Root infection is caused when the root of the tooth gets infected and if filled with bacteria. It damages the nerves and the pulp tissue inside the tooth itself, if left untreated it can get worse than it seems. A deep crack, fracture, or cavity can lead to an infection.
Sensitivity in the tooth is when you experience pain or discomfort when you eat sweet, hot or cold things or expose your teeth to cold air. People who have the most sensitive teeth can feel pain while brushing or flossing. People with the fractured tooth, worm fillings, etc. face tooth sensitivity.
The condition of Dry Mouth is sometimes called “Xerostomia”, but it is most easily recognized with the simple term ‘Dry Mouth.’ It is caused by a lack of saliva in the mouth. This can occur for a number of different reasons, but it is a well-known side effect of taking prescription medications. It is extremely uncomfortable and increases the chance of tooth decay since saliva helps wash away harmful bacteria.
Also known as ‘Enamel Degradation’. Enamel Erosion is a common problem characterized by rounded and discolored enamel on the teeth. People who drink a lot of fizzy drinks and eats sugar based food are prone to Enamel Erosion.
This is the most serious dental problem that you can face, so it is necessary to recognize its signs and symptoms as soon as possible. Most of the times oral cancer starts as a small, pale, red or pinkish, painless lump or growth on the surface inside the mouth.
Since everyone is going through one or the other dental problems. So, if you find or face any of the above-stated problems then it is advised that you Book an Appointment with the Dentist and go for a dental checkup as soon as possible.