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The pandemic that is known as the Coronavirus (Covid-19) spreads airborne through respiratory droplets. Ongoing research shows that it remains in the air when a person cough or sneezes, so when someone else breathes the same air, they can also get sick. The virus can also be your mucus or saliva that is located inside our body. Many dental offices receive thorough protocols and safety guidelines to protect you and your family during the time of the unknown. The highest level of protection that all dental offices must be aware of is to have:
Many possibilities can create irritation and cause inflammation to the gums, making it painful and sore.
There are various types of cosmetic dentistry treatments available for you in terms of wanting to improve the appearance of your teeth and your smile. Modern dentistry offers options to help you achieve and obtain a whiter, straighter, perfect and more beautiful smile.
Have you ever notice that there are white spots on your teeth? This is a common condition known as hypomineralization when the teeth are exposed to too much fluoride. Here are some reasons why there are spots on your teeth and how deeply the discoloration may be:
Flossing is one of the essential steps in your daily oral hygiene routine. You are highly encouraged by your dentist and hygienist to floss your teeth every day. It will maintain your gum’s health to keep your teeth strong and healthy.
• Headaches and tooth pains are interconnected by the craniocervical (skull and neck) and the orofacial (mouth, jaws, and face) systems that can lead to intense pain due to their anatomical proximity. • Headaches and toothaches share the same nerve called the trigeminal nerve. The trigeminal nerve is the largest sensory nerve in the head […]
For females, during pregnancy, your schedule is filled with appointments from your obstetrician to various other doctor appointments to ensure that you are getting all the check-ups you need. Yet, not many thought about the importance of setting up appointments with your dentist. Dental appointments should be listed as an essential part of prenatal care. There is always a misconception of going to the dentist is not safe for the baby. Here are some reasons why it is vital for you and your unborn child’s health when pregnant.
Everyone is scared of going to the dentist. There is a fear, anxiety, or stigma regarding being seated on a dentist chair with many medical tools and technologies surrounding you that automatically puts you in a fight or flight mode. There is such a concern for dental anxiety where one may avoid visiting a dental office at all costs. However, you must lower your fears and anxieties to see a dentist for your annual exam. Avoiding dental exams can be harmful to your oral health, causing you to suffer in the long run and possibly save your life.
Dental veneers are now one of the most popular cosmetic dentistry options people are inquiring with their dentist to get. The changes that come with dental veneers can be minor and subtle changes to significant changes to improve your smile. It is common nowadays that people want to improve their smiles due to teeth discoloration, chipped, missing teeth, or misshapen. This is an emphasis on the art of dentistry. Cosmetic dentistry requires an artist's eye, knowledge, and understanding of dental anatomy and dental materials skills.
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