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How To Get Rid Of A Tooth Abscess Without Going To The Dentist?

If you have a broken, chipped, or decayed tooth, bacteria can penetrate the cracks. This leads to the growth of infections that can cause tooth abscess. If the bacteria manage to reach the tooth’s center, they can infect the tooth. As a result, pus can begin to accumulate in the tooth and give you a severe toothache....

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Do You Have Tooth Pain From Sinus Infection?

Sinusitis or sinus infection can cause pain and discomfort in the mouth and result in sinus tooth pain. The pain is mainly due to the pressure created in maxillary sinuses that sit at the back of cheekbones. Many people misunderstand sinus tooth pain and often mix it with other types of toothache that may be caused...

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How To Keep Your Mouth From Getting Dry While Sleeping

If you suffer from dry mouth, you pretty much know how frustrating the condition is. Dry mouth can impact your daily life and the most significantly the quality of your sleep. But not to worry much, it’s a common condition and there are ways to prevent it. Dry mouth occurs when the salivary glands stop producing...

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Orthodontist Vs Dentist: What’s The Difference?

Orthodontists and dentists are both experts in oral healthcare. Both treat the oral issues of their patients and help them achieve healthy teeth and a shiny smile. Dentists are doctors who specialize in treating problems with teeth, gums, and mouth. Orthodontists receive the same training, but they study further and...

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What Are Immediate Dentures

As the name suggests, immediate dentures are placed in the mouth right after teeth extraction and stay with you until the permanent dentures are ready. It behaves and feels very different from a denture that is placed over fully recovered gums. Same-day dentures allow a patient to enjoy their days without worrying...

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What are Palate Expanders?

The Palate is the roof of the mouth. A palatal expander is a dental device that widens the palate of a child. Moving the palate is necessary to align the upper teeth and jaw. Since this procedure is only effective until the jaw fully develops, the main candidates of palatal expanders are children. Palate expanders...

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How To Whiten Teeth With Baking Soda

So when your friend said she used hydrogen peroxide and baking soda to whiten her teeth, did you believe her? Why not? Trust us; your friend wasn’t lying. It is possible to whiten your teeth with baking soda. Drinking carbonated beverages and wine, smoking, eating acidic and sugary sweets are all responsible for your...

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What To Expect When Getting Your Braces Off?

Braces are an orthodontic treatment that brings out a fantastic smile that is a dream of every teenager. Getting braces to straighten your teeth seems like a good idea, but it’s not that pleasing as it sounds. You have to go through immense pain and discomfort during the first few weeks of getting a new set of...

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Should You Avoid Drinking Soda With Braces?

If you recently have had your braces, you must be worried about the foods you can or cannot eat. But do you know you also need to revise your drinking habits? The most common drink that can trigger oral damage is soda, so can you drink it with braces?   Soda and soft drinks can damage your teeth and are a big NO,...

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Why Do My Teeth Hurt After Deep Cleaning?

Have you ever been to your dentist for professional teeth cleaning? If not and you're planning for it, you should know that your teeth might hurt or may experience some discomfort after a dental cleaning, which is not so unusual. Tooth sensitivity, or pain in the teeth, is very common after a deep cleaning. But what...

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