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What to eat after tooth extraction

December 30, 2020

It is not always possible to save natural teeth. However, that is the priority. Tooth extraction occurs only if there is no chance left for the tooth to heal, and it has been permanently damaged. Reasons can be many, including oral infections, crowded teeth, damages or accidents, or gum diseases. The procedure does not take …

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Root canal vs. extraction; which is a better option

December 15, 2020

Severe toothache and sensitivity usually mess up our lives. It starts with a superficial gum infection or so cold gingivitis and gradually spreads over. If you do not treat the condition in its initial phase, bacteria might travel to the tooth’s nerves, causing extreme pain and sensitivity. Choosing root canal vs. extraction depends on the …

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Why are dental implants so expensive? The facts behind it

November 30, 2020

Dental Implants are one of the techniques in use widely for replacing your missing tooth; it’s the most effective method that results in teeth that are precisely similar to natural ones. The artificial teeth function similarly and are robust, durable, and long-lasting. However, despite ample benefits, few people don’t prefer it due to its high …

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Can You Eat Popcorn With Braces on; Is it Possible?

November 15, 2020

Watching and enjoying a movie at the theatre without a popcorn bag seems to be incomplete, but can you eat popcorn with braces? Certainly not, it is one of the worst choices, and there is a big chance that you break the brackets. However, a healthy choice, the teens who wear braces, have to compromise …

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How long does a deep cleaning take, and what to expect?

October 30, 2020

If you suddenly notice that one of your teeth is giving you a hard time, either you are having pain or seeing a few drops of blood dripping out? What would be your immediate reaction? Although you take care of your oral hygiene and strictly follow brushing and flossing routine, the teeth are still bothering …

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Is a root canal in children necessary?

October 15, 2020

Often parents worry if their child has to have a root canal treatment. The name strikes fear in children; however, it is not that scary. Root Canal is one of the best solutions for saving natural teeth and removing decay and infection. Children have milk teeth replaced within a few years; hence a root canal …

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Cavity vs. Stain, the difference

September 30, 2020

Our smile is the first and the most critical impression we give to others. Brushing twice a day is essential to maintain clean and bright teeth. We often become tense if we notice the whiteness fading away and start to wonder about the causes. Differentiating between a cavity vs. a stain, what could it be? …

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Wait, Do Veneers Ruin Your Teeth?

September 15, 2020

If you ask the question, “do veneers ruin your teeth,” you are not alone! The first thing someone will notice about you is your smile. You may need to have a minor treatment done on your teeth if you want to make your smile dazzle. That is precisely where our friend, the veneer, comes into …

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What Is The Meaning Of Sedation Dentistry?

August 30, 2020

Are you fearful of getting your teeth cleaned by a dentist? If so, you are not alone! Many people, unfortunately, have a phobia of going to the dentist. Even if something severe happens with their teeth, they are not willing to go to a dentist. Sedation dentistry may be a solution to help take away …

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What to do if your teeth hurt after flossing?

August 15, 2020

Do your teeth hurt after flossing? If so, have no fear, you are not the only one! Pain after flossing is widespread, especially with people who floss for the first time. Even though it is common, having your teeth hurt after flossing can be a sign of a more severe tooth concern. To understand if …

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