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Can I Get Braces on My Bottom Teeth Only?

July 30, 2020

Though it’s possible to get braces on your top or bottom teeth only (also known as single arch orthodontic treatment), it’s only suitable for some patients. For most, it may not be a good idea. It is rare, but some patients only need one-arch treatment. For example, they may already have perfect teeth on one …

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Treating Swollen Gums with Braces

July 15, 2020

Braces can cause swelling and pain in the gums. This happens when braces are new or being adjusted or due to a dental condition, such as gingivitis. In this article, we’ll go over how to get rid of swollen gums caused by braces and some prevention techniques. Causes Your gums may feel tender with braces …

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Different Types of Tooth Pain

June 30, 2020

Tooth pain can be of several types. Sometimes the pain is in a single tooth, and other times, several adjacent teeth prove painful. In some cases, pain occurs while chewing. While other times, hot or cold beverages/foods induce pain. Take a look at the different types of tooth pain. It will help you better understand …

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Crown Lengthening Recovery Process

June 15, 2020

The recovery time for crown lengthening is around three months. However, you’ll be able to continue your daily activities as your gums heal. You only need to avoid intense activity for the first 48 to 72. Heavy lifting, physically demanding job, and heavy exertion could hinder your healing and lead to more bleeding. Your surgeon …

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3 Causes of Throbbing Tooth Pain

May 30, 2020

Throbbing pain in a tooth shows that you might have tooth damage. Tooth decay or a cavity can also cause a toothache. A tooth infection can also result in throbbing tooth pain. Toothaches are usually caused by an infection or inflammation in the tooth. The soft pink pulp inside your tooth helps to keep it healthy …

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Do You Experience Tooth Pain When Biting Down?

May 15, 2020

Have you ever experienced a toothache as in any pain, soreness or ache around the tooth? If yes, then you must have an idea of how irritating and unpleasant it is. In addition to sharp and dull pain, your tooth may have temperature sensitivity or find yourself in pain when chewing or biting down. So …

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What Is An Overdenture?

April 30, 2020

Dentures are removable dental appliances that help resolve issues such as missing teeth, gapped or chipped teeth. If you are unhappy with your smile and want to alter it, dentures are best for you. When a person loses a tooth, their jawbone changes shape and shrinks over time. This makes it difficult for a denture …

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Dental Tape Vs Dental Floss: Which One Is Right For You?

April 15, 2020

Flossing is a very healthy oral care habit that most of the people ignore. But the good thing is that there are various dental care products available on the market, which you can select to add flossing to your daily routine. Knowing the difference between two such products, dental tape vs floss, can help you …

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Tooth Extraction Vs Root Canal: Which One is Right for You?

March 30, 2020

Tooth extraction and root canal both are dental procedures that dentists use to treat infected or damaged teeth. Both procedures can vary depending upon your oral health as well as your budget. Knowing the difference between tooth extraction vs root canal can help you get a better picture of them. Root canal If your teeth …

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Home Remedies for Cavity Prevention

March 15, 2020

Dental cavities are tiny holes on the hard surface of your teeth that are caused by the bacteria making acid out of the sugar on teeth. Not getting enough vitamin D can also make your teeth susceptible to cavities. However, there are many other risk factors such as heartburn, improperly cleaning your teeth, eating sticky …

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