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Dental Anxieties

It’s an estimation that nearly 15% of dental patients experience dental anxiety. The anxiety episode prevents them from getting essential treatments done and making an appointment for their routine checkups. If you or your loved one is coping amidst the fear and discomfort of going to a dentist, these suggestions [...]

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Symptoms of Gingivitis

The first stage of gum disease is caused by inflammation of the gums, known as gingivitis. The inflammation of the gum appears to be red and swollen. The slightest of brushing or flossing can induce bleeding. Having excellent oral hygiene with a consistent habit of brushing and flossing your teeth [...]

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Referred Pain

Many variables can initiate tooth pains. For many, their first thought is to contact their dentist because most likely it will be dentally related, such as: Tooth deterioration Crack or chip in the tooth Inflammation or infection in the tooth or gums Impacted wisdom tooth Loose filling or crown Some [...]

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Helpful Information for Periodontal Surgery Home Care

You must begin your at-home care immediately after surgery. Please take caution not to eat anything until the anesthesia has completely worn off. It’s a recommendation to stay hydrated and drink plenty of fluids as much as possible to regulate your body temperature and immune restoration. It is vital to [...]

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10 Ways To Help Bleeding Gums

If your gums tend to bleed when you are brushing or flossing your teeth, you may assume that it is normal, but actually, it is a warning to indicate that you may have an underlying oral condition. Other causes may lead to gum bleeding, such as vigorous, harsh brushing or [...]

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Oral Psoriasis

Symptoms of Oral Psoriasis When you hear the word psoriasis, you automatically associate it with a skin problem. For typical psoriasis, they appear on areas where it is visible such as your scalp, knees, or elbows, but not many expect it to be inside your mouth. Oral psoriasis is not [...]

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Reasons for Dental Visits and Appointments

When was the last time you visited your dentist for a routine exam or dental checkup? If your answer was more than six months to a year ago, you are not alone. Studies and statistics show that 70% of adults plan to make an appointment soon; only less than half [...]

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Reasons to Why Senior Care Must Be a Priority

Tooth deterioration is the leading cause of oral health problems at an older age. Plaques are caused by bacteria that create harm on the tooth enamel and form cavities. One of the reasons why elders are more prone to cavities is due to dry mouth. Saliva protects the teeth and [...]

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Post-Operative Diet

You may want to consider researching what foods you should eat after your surgery correctly. It is essential to properly eat to maintain your appetite as well as soothe the healing process. There are particular foods that you are advised to eat and foods that you need to avoid to [...]

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Dental Migraines

Many people around the world suffer from migraines. In one study, it shows that nearly 40 million Americans dealt with migraines or chronic tension headaches. It also shows that poor oral health can also be a leading contributing cause linked to migraines. If you suffer from unexplainable headaches, you may [...]

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