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Pain Management After Wisdom Teeth Extraction

According to the Mayo Clinic, wisdom teeth are the last set of molars to come in (generally between the ages of 17 and 25). Many dental specialists recommend removing all wisdom teeth (even the ones not causing problems) no later than your 20’s. This is generally recommended because youn...

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Pediatric Dental Procedures

Establishing healthy dental habits at an early age is critical to having a healthy smile that will grow with you. However, with many children, establishing good oral health habits takes time, effort, and practice. Along the way, many children need additional support through routine dental ...

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Dental Emergency But No Insurance? Here Are Your Options!

A sudden dental emergency can be scary and overwhelming. You may be in a lot of pain and not know where to go to get the immediate attention you need. In some cases, you may be worried about the cost of emergency dental care because you do not have dental insurance. Fortunately, the emerge...

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What Are The Pros And Cons Of Metal Braces?

Metal braces have long been popular for straightening teeth and improving smiles. Their sturdy construction and effectiveness have stood the test of time. However, it is essential to consider the pros and cons of metal braces to determine if this is the right orthodontic treatment for you....

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10 Natural Teeth Whitening Tricks That Work

Having a bright, radiant smile is something that most of us aspire to achieve. You’re in luck if you’re looking for natural and effective ways to whiten your teeth. Let’s explore 10 natural teeth whitening tricks that help maintain bright white teeth that are easy to inco...

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When Do You Get Your Wisdom Teeth?

Your first dental milestone occurs when your central incisors arrive, typically before your first birthday. Most of your baby teeth will erupt before your earliest memories, so you won’t remember when you didn’t have teeth. Your baby teeth start falling out when you’re six, and your ...

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How To Prevent Tooth Loss During Pregnancy

A person’s body goes through many changes when they’re pregnant. Some of these changes, such as weight gain, are expected. However, people don’t always realize it’s possible to develop pregnancy-related health issues, such as gestational diabetes and dental health p...

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10 Ways To Prevent Tooth Loss as You Age

According to this tooth loss age chart, adults aged 20 to 64 have 25.5 teeth. As we age, certain health concerns become increasingly common, and one of the most prevalent is tooth loss. Losing teeth can significantly impact not only our oral health but also our overall well-being and confi...

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Reasons For An Emergency Dental Visit

If left untreated, certain types of dental injuries can result in infections, extreme pain and discomfort, and further dental problems. So, deciding what requires an emergency dental visit that cannot wait for a regular dental appointment is important if you sustain an injury to your mouth...

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Dental Cavities in Children Facts

Starting oral hygiene routines when children are young, such as monitoring how a child brushes and what they eat, can set the foundation for good habits and strong teeth throughout adolescence into adulthood. Keeping your child’s smile healthy and free of cavities can help avoid signific...

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