Dentist and Covid-19

Raising awareness of the aerosol-related transmission of Covid-19, since dentists are in direct contact with aerosols during almost every dental procedure. This is actually the reason why dental clinics were kept closed during the first breakdown of the virus. Patients that tested positive or patients that appear with mild symptoms of the virus should not visit the clinic. Continue reading “Dentist and Covid-19”

Dentist and COVID-19

Your dentist is exposed to oral and respiratory fluids more than any other doctor, so he is at a huge risk of catching COVID-19. This is the reason why all dental clinics are closed. I am sure you have questions though, like what do I do with my toothache? My crown has fallen out, what should I do? And so many more! Here in this article, we will answer all of them! Continue reading “Dentist and COVID-19”

Burning Mouth Syndrome

In burning mouth syndrome, the burning sensation can occur in the tongue, lips, palate, or even on the floor of the mouth. This sensation is created when the sensations of taste and temperature are transferred to the brain by the nerves in a different way than usual so that they are not properly understood and cause pain or burning. The areas of the mouth that burn, when we actually touch them are not hot and most of the time there is no wound or red area. Continue reading “Burning Mouth Syndrome”