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What Are Dental Crowns And Tooth Bridges?

What Are Dental Crowns And Tooth Bridges?   A dental crown is used to cover a damaged tooth. It does not only strengthen, but it also aims to align and improve the shape of the tooth. You can choose your desired color and the material to be used for the “capping.”  You can also place…

How Is Diabetes Related to Oral Health?
How Is Diabetes Related To Oral Health?

In the past ten years, oral health experts experts have tried to identify the relationship between diabetes and oral health, particularly to periodontal or gum disease. This is because periodontal disease is the sixth leading complication of diabetes. Patients with diabetes are more likely to develop gum disease and may have severe gum infection and…

Bruxism (Teeth Grinding): Prevention and Treatment

Bruxism (Teeth Grinding): Prevention and Treatment Bruxism is when you grind your teeth without being fully aware that you are doing it. Some people with bruxism grind their teeth while asleep and this condition is called “nocturnal bruxism” or “sleep-related bruxism.” There are others who do it when they are tensed or nervous. Read more…

Causes of Bad Breath and What You Can Do About It
Causes of Bad Breath and What You Can Do About It

Bad breath can bring down a person’s self-esteem; you would definitely feel embarrassed if the person you’re talking to covers their nose while you speak. If you are someone who is suffering from this, read out blog to learn the causes of what breath and what you can do about it.  Bad breath is primarily caused…

What is Periodontal Disease And How to Prevent It
What is Periodontal Disease And How to Prevent It

What is Periodontal Disease? Periodontal Disease is the inflammation of both the gum tissue and bones surrounding your teeth. The first stage is gingivitis. The bacterial plaque of the teeth produces toxins that irritate the gum tissue, causing inflammation and bleeding. If left untreated, this could lead to a more serious condition called periodontitis. When…

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Why are my teeth sensitive to cold or hot drinks?

Why are my teeth sensitive to cold or hot drinks? Do you feel sensitivity in your teeth when you eat or drink something too cold or too hot? You’re not alone. Today, 1 in 8 adults have sensitive teeth. Tooth sensitivity is commonly triggered by hot and cold foods. However, having pain along with other…

Five Ultimate Benefits of Having Whiter Teeth
Five Ultimate Benefits of Having Whiter Teeth

Five Ultimate Benefits of Having Whiter Teeth Teeth whitening products, whitening toothpastes, and treatments are growing in popularity. Whether it’s on social media, local magazines or on ads posted at your dental office, you’ve seen that the benefits of having whiter teeth are endless. Maybe this is the reason that you may be considering trying…

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5 Signs You May Need Dentures

5 Signs You May Need Dentures Did you know that dentures are more common than you would expect? According to a survey reported by Fixodent Beauty & Aging, around 20 million women over age 40 use partial or full dentures. Also, according to research published in The Journal of Prosthetic Dentistry, the number of American…

How to Maintain Great Oral Health With Braces
How to Maintain Great Oral Health With Braces

Maintaining good oral hygiene leads to a healthier mouth, healthier gums, and a healthier lifestyle. People with braces, though, should double the time that they spend on their oral hygiene. We’ve put together a list of how to sustain great oral care with braces:  

COMMON ORAL PROBLEMS CAUSED BY SMOKING
COMMON ORAL PROBLEMS CAUSED BY SMOKING

We’re all highly aware of the harm that smoking causes. Aside from the various medical issues that smoking brings, it could even lead to fatal illness. What people may not realize, though, is the damage that smoking can do to their mouth, gums, and teeth. Smoking can lead to gum disease, tooth discoloration, tooth loss,…