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Vital for completely and effectively treating a dental emergency is getting the right dental care in the right time frame. That way, not only do you rid yourself of the dental problem and its associated symptoms, you also keep the problem from developing into more severe problems, both for your mouth and other parts of your body. To get that…Continue reading
How do you go about improving your oral hygiene? It’s a process that takes time and it’s something that you have to work on every day. That’s why it’s so important for you to have a daily routine that works for you that you are going to stick to. The good news is that there are some tips below that…Continue reading
Many people feel anxiety and even fear upon hearing that they need a root canal. After all, most of us have heard horror stories about root canals causing severe pain or leading to a lengthy recovery time. Thanks to modern dentistry, root canal treatment is virtually painless, and the recovery time only takes a few days. The most pain you’ll…Continue reading
Having a tooth pulled isn’t something to look forward to, but sometimes it’s necessary. Dentists won’t recommend an extraction unless they can’t save the tooth. Common reasons for extractions include decay, damage, and periodontal disease. Sometimes, dentists pull teeth when your mouth is overcrowded or in preparation for orthodontic work. The extraction will resolve a dental issue and it’s important…Continue reading
Does taking a sip of coffee or eating ice cream make you wince occasionally? If you find yourself frequently avoiding many of your favorite hot and cold foods and drinks, you’re likely suffering from sensitive teeth. The pain from sensitive teeth can range from a mild twinge to severe discomfort that lasts for several hours. Many people describe sensitive teeth…Continue reading
When you don’t practice effective oral hygiene, plaque builds up on your teeth. Plaque is a sticky film containing saliva, bits of food and bacteria. The bacteria in plaque takes the simple carbohydrates and sugars you consume and turns them into an acid that eventually erodes tooth enamel. Cavities usually form in hard to reach places, like at the gumline,…Continue reading