Signs You Have A Severely Infected Tooth

Posted on: 29 December 2018

Your tooth is actually a living part of your body, comprised of tissue and nerves. Your tooth can get infected just like other parts of your body due to exposure to bacteria or poor oral hygiene. When a tooth gets infected, often a cavity arises, but a severe infection can cause more serious damage. Since an infected tooth is a serious dental concern, if you feel your mouth is in danger of oral decay or other issues, call your dentist right away.
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Care Tips For New Dental Implants

Posted on: 27 November 2018

If you're replacing a tooth with a dental implant, you may feel relieved to know that the new tooth has the strength and stability of a real tooth. However, the key to keeping it that way is to know how to properly care for your dental implant. The new tooth is designed to last forever, but only if you take care of it with these tips. Post-Surgery Care It's normal to feel pain and discomfort right after the dental implant is put into your jaw.
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4 Benefits To Getting Braces

Posted on: 29 October 2018

When you're suffering from a problem with teeth that are crooked, you may be trying to make a decision about if it's worth it to visit an orthodontist to look at your teeth. Braces can be beneficial to you by providing more than straight teeth. Here are some benefits to be aware of. Preventing Tooth Decay Teeth that are too close together can make it incredibly difficult to floss and brush your teeth.
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Why Remove Wisdom Teeth To Prevent Impaction?

Posted on: 2 October 2018

Do you have wisdom teeth coming in, but they are growing under the gum line? If so, you may be wondering why these teeth need to be removed. One of the major problems that can happen with wisdom teeth is dental impaction, where the teeth grow and force their way against other teeth in your mouth. Here are some reasons why you should have your wisdom teeth removed when they are impacted.
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