22Feb, 2017

The Dental Health Symptoms You Should Not Ignore

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Sometimes bad breath and tooth sensitivity are not necessarily signs of an ailing oral health but can simply be a result of a flu bug that will go when the flue does. However, sometimes, the mouth does send S.O.S signals that are the body’s way of telling you something somewhere is seriously wrong. So, how can you tell whether something serious is cooking? Following are the dental health symptoms that you should never ignore and see a dentist immediately in case you experience any of them. Swelling and Pain If […]
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11Feb, 2017

How to Choose a Dental Implant Provider

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Choosing to go through the procedure of having dental implants places is a huge decision for any patient. It is of critical importance that when searching for the right dental implant provider, the right questions be asked. This will immensely help you make a smart decision. It is crucial that you first understand the difference between a dentist who simply “does implants” and a “dental implant expert”. Your teeth are special in their own way, and therefore it takes a professional practitioner to offer a high quality dental implant experience. […]
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24Jan, 2017

Understanding the Different Types of Dentists

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While general dentists offer a broad range of preventive services and treatments, there are certain dentists who are specially trained for a specific niche. Let’s look at the different types of dentists to get an idea of what they do. Pediatric Dentists These dentists guide teens or children through their dental development and growth. Pediatric dentists may work closely with family physicians and pediatricians along with other dental specialists to offer comprehensive dental and medical care. Orthodontists Orthodontists are trained dentists who specialize specifically in the prevention, correction and development […]
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13Jan, 2017

Why You Shouldn’t Ignore a Missing Tooth

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When we lose a tooth, the most immediate solution that comes to the mind is to replace it. However, when it is not the front tooth and is not visible when we smile, we are most likely to forget it. Ignoring this missing tooth can be one of our biggest mistakes. The fact of the matter is that any missing tooth can pose some serious health concerns. The quality of bone improves when we chew much like how exercise guards us against bone loss. Moreover, healthy teeth begin to shift […]
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26Dec, 2016

How Acid Reflux Affects Your Teeth

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Originally reported more than two centuries ago, dental corrosion still prevails as one of the major concerns for patients and dentists. 200 years back, studies showed how dental wear and tear occurred due to reasons, such as exposure to aerosols. Today, everyday foods and beverages like pickles, lemons, sodas, and starchy, sugary foods have been associated with tooth corrosion. Now, people also need to be aware of yet another danger that contributes to severe and permanent tooth structure loss, known as the acid reflux-induced corrosion. This medical condition involves the […]
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19Dec, 2016

5 Reasons Why You Might Experience Long-Term Tooth Pain

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There can be numerous causes of tooth pain. Generally, mild tooth pain goes away in a few days, and all you need is to take a couple of painkillers. However, if you are experiencing long-term tooth pain, it is important to understand the cause so you can get effective treatment. Here is a look at 5 reasons why you might experience long-term tooth pain: 1.     Gum Recession Gums can recede due to general wear and tear. The process is gradual but it leads to the tooth roots being exposed. The […]
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24Nov, 2016

Common Dental Health Pitfalls to Avoid

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Honestly, saving your smile isn’t a rocket science, and can be easily incorporated in your daily habits to avoid long-term health problems like gingivitis, toothache and even heartache (seriously). Following is a list of common dental pitfalls you need to avoid for a more effective oral hygiene routine. Multitask While Brushing Tempting as it may be to make the most out of compressed time in the morning, multitasking while brushing is something you really need to put aside. Doing so will ensure you reach all parts of the mouth instead […]
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14Nov, 2016

5 Foods for Better Gum Health

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We all know the importance of an optimum oral hygiene, and holistic dental care goes beyond brushing and flossing. With a number of substitute therapies like homemade herbal mouthwash and oil pulling, there’s plenty you can do to make sure your gums and teeth stay healthy and bright. Let’s begin with the powerful purifying properties of everyday foods, which are strong dental crime fighters that are sure to upscale your dental health. Green Tea Green tea comprises of compounds known as “catechins” that keep bacterial infections in check and fight […]
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31Oct, 2016

How to Care for Dental Implants

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If an injury or a gum disease has cost you a tooth, a dental implant can help you get your tooth back. A dental implant is a manufactured tooth root that acts as a base to hold your replacement tooth. It is basically a titanium screw that is placed into your jaw. It is strong and durable and is pretty much like a natural tooth root. To get an implant, you need to be in good oral health, with gum tissues that are free of periodontal disease. Good oral hygiene […]
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30Oct, 2016

Understanding the Different Types of Crowns

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Have you chipped your tooth? Do you have difficulty chewing or may be not like the way your smile looks anymore? It is time to get a crown. Crowns are dental restoration devices that act as a “cap” to cover a broken or damaged tooth. They are a permanent solution that improves the appearance and function of a damaged tooth. They add strength to fragile teeth, help you chew better and are aesthetically pleasing. Based on the type of construction, there are three basic types of crowns. You can choose […]
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