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Are Root Canal Myths Misleading you?

November 15, 2019

A root canal is a remarkable treatment with a very high rate of success. It involves removing the diseased tissue, stopping the spread of infection, and restoring the healthy portion of the tooth. It is a treatment to treat a decayed tooth that might cause a problem for the patient. But many get scared of …

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Bone fragment in gum

October 30, 2019

Have you ever felt a bone fragment in your gum after a tooth extraction? The situation at times occurs specifically after extracting a decayed tooth. The bone in the gum after a tooth extraction heals itself, and therefore if a particular part is unnecessary, the gum pushes it out. This pushing out of fragment may …

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Food for healthy gums

October 15, 2019

We often take care of our teeth and worry about their health. But teeth can only be healthy when our gums are healthy. A bright smile with weak gums can never last long. Therefore, along with taking care of teeth, we should also think about food for healthy gums. Healthy gums are essential for oral …

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Is Your Toothpaste Enough?

September 30, 2019

We all know that brushing your teeth is one of the easiest ways to maintain your health. But many people simply grab a toothpaste off their drugstore shelf without much thought. While most toothpaste containers look similar, the products inside can be very different. Other products are available too, and you might not be sure …

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Braces or Invisalign: What’s Right For You?

September 20, 2019

Today’s orthodontics patients have more treatment choices than ever before. New technology has made braces smaller and more comfortable than they have been in the past, and new inventions like Invisalign aligners have given patients the option to straighten teeth without obvious metal hardware. Which option is best for you? Keep reading to learn more. …

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5 Vitamins and Minerals That Enrich the Teeth

August 22, 2019

Every day, you consume foods (like bread, dried fruits, chips, etc.) and drinks (sodas, citrus juices, and alcohol) that harm your teeth.  To counterbalance the effect of these foods, the teeth need a steady supply of vitamins and minerals. Here are some nutrients you can consume to enrich and strengthen your teeth: Calcium Calcium is …

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How to Fix a Broken/Chipped Tooth

August 22, 2019

The protective layer of the teeth—the enamel—is the strongest tissue in the body.  Nevertheless, it can break/chip if you strain your teeth excessively e.g., when you use your teeth as a bottle opener or chew ice aggressively. If you’ve chipped a tooth, here are some ways to fix it and return your tooth to full …

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Similarities and Differences Between Lumineers from Veneers

July 26, 2019

Dental veneers and Lumineers are super-thin materials that are bonded to the teeth to fix minor imperfections. If you don’t like the shape or color of your teeth, or how they are positioned in your mouth, you can improve their appearance with either of the above. Here are some similarities and differences between them: Similarities …

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DIY Teeth Whitening: Tooth V Fiction

July 26, 2019

There are many online posts and magazine features that explain DIY ways to whiten your teeth at home. Most of them list household items like activated charcoal and baking soda, and they claim that when combined with other ingredients, these items are effective as whitening agents. How true is this? Below, we separate truth from …

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Cleaning and Maintaining Dental Implants

June 26, 2019

A dental implant makes it possible to replace lost teeth entirely. Titanium screws replace the roots of the teeth and they are capped with prosthetic teeth that look and work like the natural thing. Dental implants are made to last for a lifetime, but how long they last, in reality, depends on how well they …

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