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3 Ways To Make Dental Care More Fun For Your Kids

Posted by on Jul 30, 2015 in Uncategorized | Comments Off

At the end of a long day, the last thing you probably want to deal with is fighting with your kids. Instead of begging them to brush their teeth, you might send them straight to bed—giving plaque a chance to harden and damage teeth. However, you might be able to encourage better dental habits by trying a few things. Here are three ways to make dental care more fun for your kids, so that they actually want to brush, floss, and rinse:  1: Use Plaque Disclosing Tablets You might not be too excited about highlighting the grime on your teeth,...

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2 Potential Dental Treatments For Reversible Pulpitis

Posted by on Jul 10, 2015 in Uncategorized | Comments Off

Pulpitis happens when pulp material, which contains blood and nerve cells, becomes inflamed inside the tooth’s root canal. The inflammation is typically caused by a dental infection such as gingivitis or trauma to the tooth. If caught early, the pulpitis can be reversed without permanent damage to the tooth. This is called reversible pulpitis and is treatable with restorative dentistry techniques. If left untreated, the inflammation can worsen and cause irreversible damage that can threaten the life of the tooth. Here are two of the...

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3 Tips For Caring For Your Infant’s Gums And Teeth

Posted by on Jun 19, 2015 in Uncategorized | Comments Off

When you become a parent, you immediately have to make another human’s health and happiness your main priority. It can be overwhelming for a parent to worry about how much to feed a baby, how a baby is growing, and any illnesses that a baby may have. If you are a parent of a new baby, don’t forget about your infant’s oral health. Starting good habits from a young age can help ensure that your child has healthy gums and teeth as he or she grows up. Use the following tips to take care of your infant’s mouth: Begin...

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Treatment Options If Your Child Loses Baby Teeth Too Early

Posted by on Jun 3, 2015 in Uncategorized | Comments Off

Primary or baby teeth begin to emerge at around 8 months old and begin to fall out around age 6. The development schedule of baby teeth has some flexibility, but it’s important that the teeth stick close to the time frame so that permanent teeth can grow in correctly. Losing baby teeth early can create serious development issues with permanent teeth. Baby teeth essentially serve as placeholders for permanent teeth. If a baby tooth falls out ahead of schedule, the emerging permanent tooth can grow in misaligned. This misalignment can...

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What Happens after the Orthodontist Removes Your Braces?

Posted by on May 13, 2015 in Uncategorized | Comments Off

As a braces wearer, you probably cannot wait until your orthodontist removes them. The first few weeks after the braces are removed is very important because there will be a lot of changes to your teeth and you need to get used to them. Before your braces are removed, it is important that you understand the changes you will see and what you need to do.  What Happens with Your Teeth? Obviously, your teeth will appear to be straight once the braces are off. Your teeth will feel very smooth and it will seem weird to be without braces for...

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Repositioned Teeth: The Nearly-Invisible Damage Teeth Can Endure From A Car Accident

Posted by on Apr 20, 2015 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

If you’ve been through a car accident and are experiencing tooth or jaw discomfort but none of your teeth are chipped or missing, you may feel like there’s nothing to worry about. After all, general soreness and discomfort is a common symptom after a car accident. However, your teeth may have been damaged in a way that could cause long-term problems, and you should see a dentist right away. This guide will explain how your teeth may have been damaged in the accident, what symptoms you should look for, and what you can do about it....

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3 Tips For Feeling As Comfortable As Possible After Getting Your Wisdom Teeth Out

Posted by on Mar 31, 2015 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

It is no secret that getting your wisdom teeth out can leave you in quite a bit of pain, so it is important to do everything and anything that you can do to reduce the pain and make yourself feel more comfortable. This will help you rest and heal, so that you can make a quick recovery. This article will describe 3 tips for feeling as comfortable as possible after getting your wisdom teeth removal surgery.  Use A Lot Of Gauze Since you will likely have a lot of blood coming out the areas, or pockets, of your mouth where your wisdom teeth...

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What To Do If Your Tooth Is Knocked Out While Playing Contact Sports

Posted by on Mar 18, 2015 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

When you are involved in contact sports, you put your teeth at a greater risk than most other people. The sport you are involved in increases your chances of chipping your teeth and possibly having one or more of them completely knocked out. If you happen to have your tooth knocked out, you want to follow the proper procedure so you can increase the likeliness of being able to save the tooth. You also want to get to the dentist immediately. Clean the tooth The first thing you want to do is pick the tooth up the right way, without touching the...

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The Most Common Dental Mistakes You Didn’t Know You Were Making

Posted by on Feb 26, 2015 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

If there’s one thing that everyone hears since they’re a little child, it’s “brush your teeth every day.” People know the importance of oral health, but there’s actually sill a lot of misinformation out there. It’s easy to make a mistake when taking care of your teeth, and here’s a look at some of the most common ones. Since mistakes like “not brushing and flossing” and “eating lots of sugary foods” are pretty obvious, they won’t be on this list. Here’s a look...

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What You Can Do When Your Dental Implant Fails

Posted by on Feb 17, 2015 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

When you are dealing with an implant that failed, you need to know how to handle the situation. It is best to take some time and look into the different causes and solutions, so you can choose the best method for handling your dental implant problem. Determine the Cause Finding the cause of your issue is the first step in repairing the problem you have with your implant. Unfortunately, an implant can fail at any time for a number of different reasons. One such issue that causes the implant to fail is because of overloading, which generally...

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