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Top Things You Should Know About Seeing a Periodontist

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If your dentist has told you that you have periodontal disease, you could be wondering what the next steps are. You might be interested in seeing a specialist who can provide you with the care that you need. For example, now might be a good time to see a periodontist. If it’s your first time seeing a periodontist, you may not know much about getting this type of dental care. These are some of the top things that you will probably want to know. Read More»

Why Are You Suddenly Producing So Much Saliva?

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Your body produces anywhere from half a litre to 1.5 litres of saliva each day. This is considered to be a standard, healthy amount (even though it might already seem like a lot of saliva). So why does it seem like your saliva production is increasing? You might have to constantly swallow excess saliva, and large amounts might be escaping in the form of drool (especially when you sleep). It could be that your body is alerting you to a dental problem. Read More»

Why You Should Never Put Off Getting Your Toothache Treated

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Whether it is the middle of the day or late at night, toothaches can happen to anyone for a number of different reasons. You do not have to suffer through them in silence. In fact, it is recommended that you get your toothache treated as soon as possible. Most dentists will be able to help relieve your pain and get some answers as to what is going on, and there are many clinics open late into the night for people with emergencies. Read More»

Dental Myths Dispelled

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This article will explore some common myths and misconceptions about dentists so that you’re better informed and prepared before your next visit. Dentistry is painful The first thing that comes to mind when thinking about dentistry is probably how painful it can be. The truth is that many people have a phobia of seeing the dentist because they’ve had some past experience with them which caused pain. However, this isn’t always the case though. Read More»

Should You See a Dentist for a Possible Cavity?

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Most people are aware of the fact that they need to see a dentist on a fairly regular schedule, yet not many people adhere to this routine. This underestimation of the importance of dental visits can be attributed to the fact that some individuals assume they will be able to tell if something is wrong with their teeth. Yet, what these people are not bearing in mind is that dental visits are supposed to be a preventive measure. Read More»

Dive Into Decay: Can Swimming Damage Your Teeth?

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Swimming is good for your health, but that’s not exactly a secret. It’s an exercise that conditions your body while burning an impressively high amount of calories. However, there can be an unexpected disadvantage to swimming (in a pool) on a regular basis, and that’s how it affects your dental health. But how exactly can swimming damage your teeth? In the Water It’s not as if the physical act of swimming does anything to your teeth. Read More»

5 Ways That Custom Whitening Trays Are Superior to OTC Trays

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Teeth whitening is one of the easiest ways to transform your smile. But not all whitening methods are equal. In fact, if you whiten your own teeth without the help of a dentist, your whitening results could be negligible. Worse, you could damage your teeth and gums if you whiten your teeth the wrong way. Although custom whitening trays are more expensive than OTC (over-the-counter) trays, they are superior in many ways. Read More»

When Would You Choose Cement-Retained Dental Implant Crowns Over Screw-Retained Implant Crowns?

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Both cement-retained and screw-retained crowns have been used with dental implants for years. And while most dentists prefer to use screw-retained implant crowns, in some cases that isn’t possible. And, as the patient, you can choose between these two types of crown retention methods. You and your dentist might prefer cement-retained crowns in the following situations. You value aesthetics above all else Some patients and dentists choose cement-retained crowns because the dental implant is positioned in the smile zone. Read More»

Preparation Tips for Emergency Dental Care

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Some oral issues cannot wait for a dentist’s appointment. For instance, if you have unbearable pain, a knocked-out tooth or a pimple-like swelling, you need to immediately see an emergency dentist. That said, proper preparation is vital before arriving at an emergency dental clinic, especially if it far from your home. This article highlights preparation tips for emergency dental care. Keep reading for more insight. Describe the Extent of Bleeding Read More»