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How long is the Recovery Time of Dental Implant Surgery?

April 30, 2020

Dental implant surgery is a procedure that replaces tooth roots with metal, screwlike posts. It also replaces damaged or missing teeth with artificial teeth that look and function much like real ones. Getting dental implants requires several appointments, including a consultation, an appointment to place the implant, and another to attach the new teeth. Recovery …

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What is the Difference between a Crown and a Cap?

April 15, 2020

People often get confused and think there is a difference between a cap and a crown. However, the truth is, there is no difference between the two. Both terms refer to the same thing. A crown or a cap is a tooth-shaped cover that the dentist cements to the tooth in case it decays severely. …

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Problem of Teeth Sensitivity to Cold after Fillings

March 30, 2020

Getting the cavities filled is the most common way to avoid dental pain. On one side where fillings rely pain, these also bring some challenges after the procedure, like teeth sensitivity to hot and cold things. It is important to know the causes of the increased sensitivity and way through which we can control it. …

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What Role Does Genetic Play in Having Bad Teeth?

March 15, 2020

We may often wonder what contributes to people’s height, weight, and long hair. The answer is quite simple that all these factors are totally a result of genetics. But has anybody ever thought about the main contributing factor in having strong or bad teeth? Are bad teeth genetic? Let’s explore this today. According to the …

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How to Get Rid of Bruise on Gums

February 29, 2020

Our gums are sensitive, and what’s worse is that we mostly neglect them because of which we often tend to bruise our gums. Bruises on gums are for real and vary in color. They can be purple, dark red, black or brown. Sometimes the bruises can have minor bleeding too. Many reasons can cause the …

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Is Full Mouth Extraction Necessary?

February 15, 2020

Attractive teeth can enhance a person’s personality. However, there can be certain reasons due to which one may decide to go for full mouth extraction. Ignoring oral hygiene can cost a lot to a person. One may develop widespread caries and periodontal diseases that it would be difficult for any treatment to save the teeth. …

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Dental Signs That Need Immediate Attention

January 30, 2020

Severe pain in teeth or gums may force a person to visit a doctor. However, it is advisable to visit a dentist for a regular check-up every six months even when there are no signs of pain. Doing so helps to avoid any dental signs a person may have. However, for a person who does …

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Some Common but Important Dental Procedures

January 15, 2020

It is normal to have dental anxiety for a person who has never visited a dentist’s office. It is scary to sit in a dentist’s chair for hours keeping one’s mouth wide open in front of a stranger. But to ease your anxiety for the first visit, and for you to have a better understanding …

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Bonding VS Veneers: What Is the Difference?

December 30, 2019

Bonding and veneers are both a part of cosmetic dentistry and a great way to change the appearance of your teeth. Dentists use them to change the size, shape, and color of your teeth to give you a perfect looking celebrity smile. In bonding, the dentist covers up the imperfection of your teeth by applying …

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What May Cause Jawbone Pain After Tooth Extraction

December 15, 2019

A dental patient fears the post-treatment pain the most. If the pain comes as a surprise in some other part of the mouth, then it disappoints even more. There may be a couple of reactions after the surgery of the tooth. One of the reactions may include severe pain in the jaw. Most of the time, …

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