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Dental Implant Infection: Symptoms and Prevention

December 15, 2019

Dental implants function the same as natural teeth and can be infected too in the same way. The dental implant infection can be a result of bad oral hygiene or if you neglect dental care for a long time. There are other reasons too that can result in the growth of the infection, like diabetes, …

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November 30, 2019

Who does not want a smile with sparkling teeth? There are various options like bleaching products, whitening strips, and toothpaste available for teeth whitening. However, they all are time taking and require several days to achieve the desired results. Laser whitening is a newer and faster way and gives the best whitening results. Discussed below …

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Types of Dentists

November 15, 2019

A general dentist also called a family dentist, takes care of your routine checkups, cleanings, or gum pains. A general physician does the same job. But for special cases like heart disease, you go to a heart specialist. Similarly, for special treatment or surgeries related to your teeth, you have to go to dental specialists. …

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Invisible aligners for teeth

October 30, 2019

Perfect straight teeth look beautiful on everybody. Many wish to get their teeth straightened but do not want their braces noticed. Invisible aligners for teeth can be helpful for such people as these are not seen by others like metal wire braces. Benefits of invisible aligners for teeth The invisible aligners have become a popular …

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Interesting benefits of chewing gum

October 15, 2019

We’ve often found children chewing gum for fun and excitement. And like many parents, the thought of chewing gum spoiling your child’s teeth must have worried you as well. But you would be glad to know that chewing gum is good for oral health. There are several interesting benefits of chewing gum if it is …

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Dental Fillings for Kids

September 30, 2019

Are dental fillings for kids really necessary? If your child has a cavity on a baby tooth, you might wonder if a filling is worth it. After all, they will be losing the tooth in a few years. Keep reading to learn if your child needs a dental filling. Why Kids Need Fillings In most …

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Am I Using My Invisalign Correctly?

September 20, 2019

Invisalign is a popular alternative to braces. These clear aligners are an easy and effective way to straighten teeth without rubber bands or wires. While using Invisalign might seem like common sense, there are a few things that patients should keep in mind to get the most out of this treatment. Keep reading to learn …

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Oral Hygiene During Pregnancy

August 22, 2019

We all know that a person’s body experiences a myriad of changes during pregnancy. But did you know pregnancy can also impact the teeth and gums? In this article, we will explain how pregnancy hormones can affect a woman’s oral health. We will also explain some simple ways that you can keep your mouth healthy …

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What is Gingivitis?

August 22, 2019

Gingivitis is a common condition that can have long-lasting consequences for your health. Unfortunately, many people think their gingivitis symptoms are just a normal part of aging or having sensitive teeth. In this article, we will explain the basics of gingivitis and the key symptoms you should look out for. Being informed will allow you …

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3 Types of Pain You Should Discuss With Your Dentist

July 29, 2019

Tooth and jaw pain is surprisingly common. While this pain can be uncomfortable, nearly everyone has experienced it at some point in their lives. However, certain types of tooth and jaw pain can indicate a more serious issue. If you are dealing with any of the following sensitivities, call your dentist. Pain After a Dental …

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