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Why Did the Tooth Ache Not Go Away After Filling?

Sep 30, 2021

Cavities are very common amongst people who have a sweet tooth due to bad oral hygiene habits. Filling them is one of the most effective methods to deal with it. Tooth pain after filling procedure is not something unusual. The pain makes sense if you think about it; a dentist just drilled inside your tooth. […]

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How To Remove Tartar From Teeth (It’s Harder Than You Think)

Sep 15, 2021

If you look at your teeth closely, you might be able to spot the presence of tartar. Known as dental calculus, it can make your teeth and gums look unpleasant. But it can also cause several clinical issues with your teeth and gums, and it’s important to prevent tartar formation. However, if you already have […]

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Tongue Piercing Aftercare | Stages of Healing Day By Day

Aug 30, 2021

If you’ve decided to get a tongue piercing, it might be simultaneously exciting and nerve-wracking. On the one hand, you’re exploring a new world of body modification and its associated impact on your aesthetic and self-image. On the other hand lie the real risks associated with the surgery and the long recovery time and diligent […]

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How To Tell If You Have A Failed Root Canal – Signs and Treatment

Aug 15, 2021

Do you suspect that your root canal procedure has failed? It might be a scary prospect, going through surgery and having a persistent worry that you might lose your tooth. So, it’s important to be aware of Root Canals: Why and How They Can Fail A root canal is a necessity if a tooth has […]

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Is Gum Abscess Home Treatment Possible?

Jul 30, 2021

An abscess is a concerning occurrence in the human body. It can be uncomfortable or even excruciating. If you have a gum abscess, you may be wondering if it’s possible to treat it at home. In this post, we’ll explore whether gum abscess home treatment is possible. We’ll also look into why an abscess can […]

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Experiencing Pain 10 Days After Wisdom Tooth Removal?

Jul 15, 2021

Are you experiencing pain 10 days after your wisdom tooth removal? Typically, after a wisdom tooth extraction, you’re likely to feel some soreness or pain in the general area of extraction – and that’s perfectly normal. But should you be concerned if your recovery is taking longer? Read on to find out more about whether […]

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What Are Some Signs Of Oral Cancer?: Vintage Oral Surgery

Jun 30, 2021

Oral cancer is something that people can experience at any point in their lives, and it’s often something that takes us by surprise. Even so, you should always make sure you’re observing changes and concerns in your body, as they can often be signs that you’re experiencing something. If you have a recurring issue, you […]

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Is IV sedation safe?

Jun 15, 2021

When you seek treatment from your dentist, you want to make sure you’re going to have a safe and comfortable experience and treatment. To that end, there might be some questions about whether IV sedation is the right option. In this article, we’re going to answer the question “is IV sedation safe?” and put any […]

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Here Is How You Can Improve Your Dental Hygiene Routine?

May 30, 2021

Dental Hygienists recommend a few steps that are essential to your oral health. They aren’t complicated or time taking but are relatively simple. The first and most crucial step is brushing your teeth twice a day with fluoride toothpaste for at least 2 minutes. Remember to brush smoothly, as any rigorous activity could harm the […]

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Here Is Why Do You Need An Electric Toothbrush?

May 15, 2021

Do you ever get tired of all that wrist rotation when you brush your teeth? An electric toothbrush takes away all that movement. You do not need to move your wrist around anymore, so sit back and watch. Most of the plaque is hiding in corners between your teeth and is not cleaned when you […]

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