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Retainer Vs Night Guard for Teeth Grinding

Although night guards and retainers might look similar to a layman's eye, they are not the same thing. Each type of mouth guards has a distinctive purpose. A retainer is designed to help teeth stay in place while a night guard is designed to protect teeth. As a preventative measure, people with teeth grinding and...

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How long does it take to get dentures after extraction?

Teeth are an essential part of the human body. Our health depends on the food we eat. Therefore, biting and chewing food is necessary for good health. However, if due to aging or other factors, you have to lose your teeth, dentures are a good alternative. They will improve their appearance and return your lost...

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Root canal infection symptoms and reasons

After a few days of root canal treatment, the pain ceases, and life goes back to normal. However, there is a chance of re-infection if we don't take proper care. The pain will return. One of the primary reasons for this can be an infection. The root canal infection symptoms vary depending on oral conditions. The...

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Is a Partial Denture Right For Me?

Partial dentures are a great option for people who are missing a few teeth but still have their remaining natural smile. This option is more flexible- and often more affordable- than other treatment options. However, a partial denture isn’t going to be right for everyone. In this article, we will teach you all about...

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What Causes Receding Gums?

Have you noticed receding gums recently? While all of us experience changes as we age, changes in the gums can be particularly worrisome. Many patients feel less confident with a different smile. Sometimes, receding gums are completely normal. However, changes to the gum’s appearance can also be a sign of an oral...

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Choosing the Right Toothbrush

Choosing a toothbrush might seem like a pretty simple task. After all, aren’t most brushes pretty similar? While pretty much any toothbrush will clean your teeth, some will do a more efficient job. Below, we will give you some tips so you can select the best brush for your specific needs. Different Types of Bristles...

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Cold Sores: Should I See My Dentist?

Cold sores are annoying and painful. But do they indicate a health problem? While it’s perfectly normal to these mouth sores every so often, some people get them frequently. Below, we will give you the facts about these little bumps. We’ll also tell you when it’s time to get professional help. What are These Sores...

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Can You Eat After a Tooth Extraction?

Getting a tooth extraction can be intimidating, but knowing what to expect during your recovery can help you feel calm and prepared before your procedure. For most patients, knowing what they can eat and drink after their surgery is a top concern. Read on to learn about your options during recovery. The Type of...

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Dental Tips For a Good Night’s Sleep

Sleep is a crucial part of our health and happiness, but getting a good night’s sleep can be easier said than done. If you are struggling to get enough sleep each night, you might have a dental problem. Below, we will explain the connection between oral health and sleep. The Importance of Oral Hygiene Before you go...

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Oral Habits to Start in the New Year

Health-related goals are some of the most common new year’s resolutions. But while most of us are signing up for gym memberships or attempting new diets, few of us are prioritizing our oral habits. Good oral hygiene will prevent diseases and help you to maintain your overall health. Read on for a few oral habits to...

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