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What You Should Know About Wisdom Teeth and Dental Emergencies

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Are you feeling discomfort or pain in the back of your mouth? Has your gum erupted and become swollen? Chances are your wisdom teeth are about to set and you need an emergency dentist. Wisdom teeth are the last set of teeth that people get in their teen years or early twenties. Wisdom teeth are

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Dental Implants: How Long Do They Last?

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Dental implants are one of the most popular restorative dental procedures available today. Implants has plenty of benefits over traditional dentures, including: Since dental implants are permanent, they don’t slip out of place when chewing or speaking There is no hard plastic appliance covering the roof of the mouth The artificial teeth affixed to the

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Tips on Finding the Right Dentist

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Finding the right dentist for your oral needs is important and sometimes a picky process. You have plenty of choices and plenty of resources. Here are 6 Helpful Tips on How to Finding the Right Dentist:

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Lost a Filling? Here’s What You Should Do

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Do you know what you would do if you ever lost your filling? Many people feel a sense of panic when this happens and don’t know how to respond. Losing a filling occurs most frequently when patients are chewing their food and accidentally bite down too hard on the filling. Should that happen to you,

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How Modern Dentistry is Beneficial in Detecting Oral Problems

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Bacteria is normally found in a person’s mouth. However with poor dental hygiene, left over food debris is turned by these bacteria into acids. With the accumulation of these three: food debris, acids and bacteria, dental plaque is formed. If dental plaque is left unremoved, it may turn to tartar and when these combine, they

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Why Your Bite is Important

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You might think that if your smile looks attractive and nothing hurts, your oral health is fine. Yet a bite that is not aligned properly can indeed cause many problems.

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