A Comprehensive Guide to Reducing Tooth Sensitivity Tooth sensitivity can be an uncomfortable and sometimes even painful issue that affects millions of people worldwide. It occurs when the protective enamel on our teeth wears down, exposing the underlying dentin and nerve endings. This can lead to a sharp, sudden pain when the teeth come into contact with hot or cold foods, drinks, or even air. The good news is that there are
In US, just getting a dentist to look in your mouth for a few minutes will likely cost you over $100. In Vietnam, that will get you two hours of a dental specialist’s time. Your own dentist will probably warn you of the dangers of venturing abroad for medical services, but are those criticisms valid? MYTH 1 – WESTERN DENTISTS ARE ALWAYS BETTER You can find lousy dentists in developed countries and
At Picasso Dental Clinic in Hanoi, we offer a range of dental crown options. However, our preferred choice for many patients is the use of all-ceramic (porcelain) crowns instead of PFM crowns. These crowns, particularly those made of e.max® and zirconia, come with several benefits that make them an excellent option for dental restorations: Enhanced Aesthetics: When compared to PFM crowns, all-ceramic crowns are renowned for their natural-looking appearance. Unlike
Happy Smile Charity was established in 2013 by a group of dedicated dentists from Serenity International Dental Clinic Vietnam. The mission is to bring free dental care and dental education to the remote area of Vietnam, where majority of them have little to no understanding of how their teeth should be taken care of. Since 2013, Happy Smile Charity organized a “Happy Smile Dental Mission” every year with a growing number
Root canal treatment is often successful at repairing and saving an infected or severely damaged tooth. A crown can be used to restore your tooth after the procedure. But is it always necessary? What is a Crown? A crown is a realistic-looking artificial tooth that is placed over a tooth. It covers the tooth and is usually recommended by dentists because it restores the tooth to its normal size, shape and function.
When you’re unhappy with the way your smile looks, you’ll do whatever it takes to keep your smile from being exposed. The process of covering up your smile starts with small changes. You grin, but don’t open your mouth to do so. You cover your teeth with your hand when you laugh out loud. Eventually, these habits become second nature, and you become extremely self-conscious when someone sees your real