Brookshire Smile Dental
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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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How to Relieve Wisdom Tooth Pain

February 29, 2020

Wisdom teeth start to erupt through your jawbone between the ages of 17 to 25. You may experience inflammation in your gums, headaches, or tooth pain and bleeding in the affected area. So to help you out, here are five ways to help you relieve wisdom tooth pain. Remedies for relieving pain 1 Salt Water …

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Managing Cavity with Braces

February 15, 2020

While wearing braces, you can get a cavity very quickly because it is hard to clean the teeth. It would be best if you continued to see a dentist to prevent cavity during your time with braces. However, if you still get cavities, it is good to be prepared for the treatment. Proper Oral Hygiene┬á …

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Are You Cleaning Your Invisalign Properly?

January 30, 2020

Have your dentist advised you to use Invisalign to correct the alignment of your teeth? Then expect yourself to wear a set of clear aligners around your teeth. Invisalign will work overtime to push your teeth to correct positions. However, getting a perfect smile is not as easy as just placing them inside your mouth. …

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Taking Care of Dentures

January 15, 2020

Dentures are a replacement for natural teeth; however, they require more care than them. Natural teeth are good with regular brushing and flossing, whereas, with dentures, you need some extra efforts. For this reason, oral care habits before and after dentures change. Dentures are most commonly made of porcelain or plastic or from a combination …

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Different Types Of Veneers?

December 30, 2019

Dental veneers are shells made of porcelain or composite resin material that bond to the front surface of your teeth. They help to improve the appearance of your teeth and give you a perfect looking smile. Veneers can treat many dental issues such as chipped teeth, broken or discolored teeth. In addition, dentists also use …

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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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