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How Long Does Dental Sedation Last After A Procedure

May 15, 2024

Sedation dentistry is great for people who feel nervous about going to the dentist. With sedatives, the sights, sounds, and smells of the dentist’s office fade away, and you feel relaxed during the procedure. Dentists can work without worrying about anxious patients acting up. If you need sedation for dental work, you’ll need someone to […]

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When Is Bone Graft After Tooth Extraction Recommended?

Apr 30, 2024

Sometimes, tooth loss is inevitable, especially if the tooth is badly damaged or decayed. If you need a tooth pulled out, your dentist or oral surgeon might suggest a bone graft after tooth extraction. Do All Extractions Require Bone Grafting? If you’re getting a dental implant after a tooth extraction, you might need a bone […]

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Can Soft Tissue Damage Be Permanent: What Can Dentist Do

Apr 15, 2024

Soft tissue injuries, such as cuts, bruises, or damage to muscles and skin, are quite common among athletes and those in team sports. If you wonder, “Can soft tissue damage be permanent?” Yes, it can, due to the lack of immediate treatment and proper care. What Is Soft Tissue Damage? Soft tissue damage happens when […]

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How Long Does It Take For Dental Anesthesia To Wear Off?

Mar 30, 2024

Many people worry about getting their mouths numbed at the dentist. Numbness means you can’t feel anything. In dentistry, anesthesia is used to make you numb by putting medicine near some nerves. This stops you from feeling pain or discomfort during the treatment. But once your procedure is done, you probably can’t help but think, […]

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8 Alarming Signs Of A Failed Dental Bone Graft?

Mar 15, 2024

What happens if a dental bone graft doesn’t go as planned? You might notice ongoing pain or discomfort in the bone graft site. Swelling and redness that stick around longer than expected can also indicate that something needs attention. These things don’t necessarily mean the graft has failed, but they are worth watching. If you […]

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How Many Dental X-Rays Are Safe?

Feb 29, 2024

It’s necessary to balance the benefits of getting the information we need with minimizing any potential risks from radiation exposure. Dental X-rays are usually super safe, especially with modern equipment that keeps radiation levels low. How many dental X-rays are safe depends on your age, dental health, and why you need the X-rays in the […]

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How to Stop Receding Gums from Getting Worse?

Feb 15, 2024

Receding gums happen when the gum tissue around your teeth starts to wear away or pull back. This exposes more of the tooth and its roots. It’s like your gums are shrinking away, leaving your teeth exposed and vulnerable. The reason behind this recession can be aggressive brushing, gum disease, or even just a genetic […]

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Why Does My Jaw Keep Locking?

Jan 30, 2024

If your jaw channels its inner locksmith more often, you can hear popping and clicking sounds upon movement. It can be a Temporomandibular Joint (TMJ) disorder. This is a fancy way of saying that the joint connecting your jaw to your skull is throwing a tantrum. Causes Behind a Locked Jaw Jaw locking has numerous […]

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Do Chipped Teeth Grow Back

Jan 15, 2024

Having a chipped tooth means that your pearly whites are not as perfect as they used to be. It’s like when a little piece of the tooth decides to break off or get chipped, maybe due to biting into something too hard or a clumsy moment. It’s not the end of the world, but it’s […]

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Is Synthetic Bone Graft a Good Choice?

Dec 30, 2023

A synthetic bone graft is a medical procedure that includes the use of synthetic materials to allow the reproduction of bone tissue in spots where natural bone is insufficient or has been compromised. Synthetic bone grafts work as a foundation for bone healing in oral surgeries. Synthetic Bone Graft for Dental Implants Patients with insufficient […]

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