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How Long Do Adults Wear Braces For?

July 30, 2020

Nowadays, it is very common to find adults with braces than it was a few years ago. But for how long do adults need to wear braces? Just like children, adults want to know how long their treatment will take. Since every case is unique, the treatment could take from several months to three years. … Continue reading “How Long Do Adults Wear Braces For?”

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Can Braces Cause Your Gums to Become Infected?

July 15, 2020

Getting your dream smile is just one of the many benefits that braces can help you to achieve. However, getting any type of braces will require that you change some of your oral hygiene habits and some of the food you eat and your habits to avoid issues like broken brackets or worse infected gums. … Continue reading “Can Braces Cause Your Gums to Become Infected?”

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Going for a Removable Dental Bridge? Here is what You Should Know.

June 30, 2020

A removable bridge replaces the teeth you have lost. The false teeth are supported by a metal framework that attaches to the natural teeth. For some instances, crowns that are attached to the natural teeth are used to hold the bridge in place. Whichever type of bridge the dentist fits, you can comfortably remove and … Continue reading “Going for a Removable Dental Bridge? Here is what You Should Know.”

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Retainer vs. Night Guard for Teeth Grinding

June 15, 2020

Although night guards and retainers may look alike, they are not the same thing, and each type of mouth guard serves its own purpose. Retainers hold the teeth together in one place while night guards protect them. People who clench or grind their teeth (bruxism) need to wear night guards during their sleep as a … Continue reading “Retainer vs. Night Guard for Teeth Grinding”

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Tooth Crown Pain: Causes and Treatment

May 30, 2020

Few types of pain leave you weak, and infirm and toothache is one of them. If you thought that a crown would spare you that pain, you may be surprised. Tooth crown pain exists. If you are feeling pain around your crown and it is causing you discomfort, whether it’s a new or an old … Continue reading “Tooth Crown Pain: Causes and Treatment”

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What Is A Pulpotomy Procedure?

May 15, 2020

A pulpotomy is a dental procedure in which the dentist removes the tooth pulp in the crown, and leaves the pulp in the root canal as it is. It treats the tooth decay that has extended to the pulp of a child’s primary teeth.   A primary tooth is not there for long and a permanent … Continue reading “What Is A Pulpotomy Procedure?”

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Extractions and Dentures In The Same Day

April 30, 2020

Talking about the American teeth, around 120 million people in the U.S. are missing at least one tooth. And the worst part is that these numbers can grow in the next two decades. For these people getting extractions and dentures on the same day is an excellent option; unfortunately, the procedure is not for everyone. … Continue reading “Extractions and Dentures In The Same Day”

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Are Baby Teeth Wipes any Good?

April 15, 2020

It is never good to hear someone complain about cavities. If you are a parent, you might be worried about your kid and wonder if baby teeth wipes can help safeguard your kids against tooth decay. But before deciding on whether they are good or not. First, you should know what they are and what … Continue reading “Are Baby Teeth Wipes any Good?”

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Is it Normal to Have Fever After Tooth Extraction?

March 30, 2020

Surgeries are never easy, and you might even hate it if it stops you from having your favorite slice of apple pie. There are many pre-surgery and post-surgery precautions that you should follow to make it successful and for a healthy recovery. Such is the case with a tooth extraction. Dentists recommend a few things … Continue reading “Is it Normal to Have Fever After Tooth Extraction?”

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Dead Tooth Treatment

March 15, 2020

Teeth are made up of hard and soft tissues. Sometimes due to an injury or decay, the nerves in the pulp of the teeth become damaged and stop providing blood to the tooth. That can cause an infection, leading the nerves to die forming a dead tooth. Keep reading to find out the signs and … Continue reading “Dead Tooth Treatment”

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