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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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Seven Things to Know About Dental Implants

Dental implants have completely changed the field of dentistry, offering a better way to enhance the appearance and functionality of your smile. Here, we’ll cover the most-asked questions about dental implants, from understanding the surgery to the numerous benefits. By the end, you&...

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How Do Discount Dental Plans Work That Are Not Insurance?

In today’s world, dental care expenses can be overwhelming. Many struggle to afford regular dental visits, preventative treatments, or necessary procedures. Dental insurance may come to mind, but it often entails high premiums, deductibles, and limited coverage, leaving individuals in se...

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5 Do’s & Do Not’s After Wisdom Teeth Extraction

Extracting one or more wisdom teeth is a common procedure that is often necessary for optimal oral health. It can be painful and even detrimental for these teeth to remain in your mouth. They can cause infections, complications with your jaw, and start to crowd other teeth. In fact, most p...

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Sedation Options for Wisdom Teeth Extractions

Getting wisdom teeth extracted is necessary for most people. It’s a common procedure that can help alleviate numerous problems down the road and prevent other issues from occurring including impacted teeth and infections. However, just thinking about the procedure itself can make some pe...

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How To Recover From A Wisdom Tooth Extraction

Wisdom teeth generally grow sometime during adolescence or early adulthood, but some people get them earlier or later than others. Dentists may perform a wisdom tooth extraction¹ to avoid: Impacted wisdom teeth Overcrowding in your mouth Teeth growing at the wrong angles Cavities or gum d...

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10 Best Foods to Eat After Getting Braces

Do you have braces? Congratulations! Now that your orthodontic treatment has begun, you need to pay extra attention to what you eat to ensure the best outcome for your teeth.  Certain foods must be avoided due to their ability to damage braces and complicate treatment. However, you can st...

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What Happens When Wisdom Teeth Are Not Removed?

For most people, wisdom teeth will start to grow during adolescence or early adulthood — long after the other permanent teeth have grown. It’s rare that these third molars have enough room to fully grow without causing some pain, overcrowding, and other dental issues. To avoid common w...

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Sedation Options for Wisdom Teeth Extractions

  Effective healthcare includes regular dental care, but dental care remains a common source of anxiety. Up to 80% of people have dental anxiety. While some have mild dental anxiety, this phobia can cause those with severe anxiety to avoid scheduling dental visits or miss appointments...

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