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Uncover the Truth About Root Canal Treatment

Have you been putting off seeking out a root canal treatment because you’re afraid that it will be a painful experience? You’re not alone. While many people believe that root canals are the cause of pain, they are actually a remedy for tooth pain. Not only that, but the procedure itself is performed under anesthetic, so you won’t feel a…

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When Do You Need an Oral Surgeon?

Oral surgeons are dentists who chose to enter a hospital-based, four-to-six year residency program after dental school. They learn about anesthesia, various surgical procedures, and more. Dentists typically refer their patients for oral surgery for procedures that require surgery on the jaw, the soft or hard tissues in the mouth, or treating face or neck trauma. For example, dentists commonly…

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What to Expect with a Tooth Extraction

If you go see a dentist with a badly decayed, damaged, or infected tooth, your dentist in New Castle may tell you they have to pull the teeth. Dentists don’t say this lightly; they would much rather save a tooth. Unfortunately, this isn’t always possible. Nevertheless, patients dread hearing that they need a tooth pulled. Most people that never had a…

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Understanding Sensitive Teeth

Individuals with sensitive teeth will feel a sharp jolt of pain in response to certain triggers. The pain is usually short-lived, but it is annoying. The pain can affect one tooth or multiple teeth. When the sensitivity comes on suddenly, it could be a sign that there is something wrong with one or more teeth. In that case it’s best…

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Cavity Prevention Advice for Everyone

Most people don’t consider brushing and flossing as very important to their health. It’s just another task to complete once or twice a day. However, maintaining good oral hygiene can significantly impact your good overall health, so don’t skimp on your daily brushing and flossing. The American Dental Association has published guidelines on maintaining good oral health, and twice-daily brushing…

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Reasons and Remedies for Tooth Discoloration

Everyone wants a bright, white smile; it can make you look younger and give you a serious confidence boost. Unfortunately, your teeth can lose their luminous look for many different reasons. What Causes Tooth Discoloration and Staining? Teeth stain over time for a variety of reasons, and these stains can affect both the surface of your teeth and extend deep…

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Why Flossing Is a Must, Not a Maybe

If you are like most people, flossing can seem like an afterthought or some that can be skipped on busy days. Dental experts, however, recommend that you floss at least once daily to protect your teeth and gums from the dangerous effects of poor dental hygiene. Flossing and brushing your teeth is the perfect combination to eliminate the plaque and…

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Causes of Bleeding Gums and Gum Disease

Why You Should Care About Gum Health How often do you think about the health of your gums? Are they pink and healthy? Maintaining great oral health involves taking care of both your teeth and gums. If you don’t take care of your gums, you may increase your risk for developing gum disease. One of the most dangerous aspects of…

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How to Take Care of Your Teeth

You’ve likely been brushing your teeth since you were a child. When you’ve been brushing your teeth for this long, you probably aren’t even really thinking about it while you’re doing it. This leads to the question: Are you brushing your teeth properly? Brushing and flossing properly, as well as seeing your dentist regularly for checkups and exams, are the…

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Are Cracked Teeth on the Rise?

As pointed out in a recent article from The New York Times, many dentists are experiencing a rise in patients coming to their offices with complaints of migraines, tooth fractures, jaw pain and tooth sensitivity. These issues have all been caused by bruxism, a condition where a patient clenches and grinds his or her teeth and jaws due to stress,…

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