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Is it safe to have Root canals while pregnant?

November 30, 2020 12 Views

It is a fact that in the real world, we are so busy with our daily schedules that taking time out to visit the dentist is difficult. However, we don’t feel the need until some significant change takes place like pregnancy. It is a time when taking care of both physical and oral health is …

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Which is more Suitable, Root Canal, or Implant?

November 15, 2020 263 Views

Whether your favorite bar of chocolate or a deep-dish pizza, you need a healthy pair of teeth to bite, chew, and enjoy your meal. But, what if, due to an accident or trauma, the teeth damage and are at risk of falling. The first thing to do is get the treatment; in such cases, root …

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How long does teeth whitening last?

October 30, 2020 295 Views

Imagine why the models and actors look so appealing and confident not only on screen but also when they give a public appearance. Their stunning look, sparkling teeth, and trending clothing styles provide them with this courage. They spend much on maintaining their physical self and dazzling smiles. You can have the same fantastic smile …

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Can you eat after a root canal?

October 15, 2020 304 Views

Kids often say that eating a chocolate bar won’t hurt; this is true only with proper oral hygiene. Whatever we eat affects our teeth and gums, sugary treats trigger bacteria’s growth, but with regular brushing and flossing, we can control its spread. Besides, if we do not pay attention, we have to deal with oral …

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Dead Tooth Causes and Treatments

September 30, 2020 672 Views

What is a Dead Tooth? There are 3 layers to a tooth consisting of dentin, enamel, and pulp. To stay alive, teeth must have a continuous blood supply to the pulp, the innermost part of the tooth comprising nerves and blood vessels. When the blood supply is ceased to the pulp, the tooth will start …

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Why do My Teeth Hurt When I Eat Chocolate?

September 15, 2020 649 Views

Whenever you enjoy a pack of chocolate, do you ever think about how it will affect your teeth or overall health? You must hate thinking about it, but eating it is not good for your teeth. There are some benefits of eating it, but the cons far outweigh them. What does chocolate do to my …

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What You Should Know About Loose Teeth in Adults

August 30, 2020 336 Views

A loose adult tooth doesn’t occur without cause. At first, you may notice looseness while brushing or flossing, or your dentist may notice some wobbling during a routine checkup. Other times, a loose tooth may be due to advanced gum disease. A gum disease erupts when bacterial infection attacks your gums, tissue, and surrounding bones. …

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What are the Benefits of Invisalign?

August 15, 2020 136 Views

Are you wondering about the benefits Invisalign aligners have to offer you? Let’s take a look at them all! Flexibility Without any second thought, one of the hardest things to get used to with traditional braces is the food restrictions. Because you can remove the Invisalign at mealtimes, you’ll still be able to eat everything …

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Correcting an Overbite with Braces

July 30, 2020 172 Views

Braces can fix the most overbite problems. During the assessment stage, x-rays help determine the type of overbite and the connection between the teeth and jaw. Braces are then attached to the upper and lower arches of the teeth. The archwire first straightens and aligns the teeth. During the second stage, elastics (small rubber bands) …

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What is a Palate Expander?

July 15, 2020 162 Views

A palate (palatal) expander is an orthodontic appliance that creates space in a child’s mouth by widening the roof of the mouth over time. The purpose of the palatal expansion is to widen narrow palates in children and correctly align the upper teeth and jaw. Appliance Types A unique set of expanders is made for …

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