Why Your Teeth Are So Sensitive

Posted on: 10 October 2019

Do you tend to have tooth sensitivity that causes a lot of discomfort when eating certain foods or drinking beverages? If so, you might be wondering how your teeth got that way and if there was anything that you could do to prevent it. Here are some reasons why people have sensitive teeth. Grinding A big problem that leads to sensitivity is teeth grinding. It's something that you may not even know that you do while you're sleeping, which slowly wears away the protective layer of enamel on your teeth.
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Bringing Up Baby: 4 Tips To Help You Care For Your Infant's Teeth And Gums

Posted on: 12 September 2019

If you have a baby, you know that keeping them healthy is a full-time job. Not only do you need to worry about their physical health and development; you also have to worry about their dental health and development. However, you might not realize that proper dental care should begin before they even have a full set of baby teeth. Here are some simple steps that you can take to ensure proper dental health and development for your baby.
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How To Take Care Of Your New Dental Crown

Posted on: 13 August 2019

Did you just have a crown put on your damaged tooth? You might be excited to see a white, porcelain tooth when you smile and not to experience pain anymore when you drink hot or cold beverages. On the other hand, you might have some concerns about caring for your crown in the coming years. Here are a few tips to keep you on the right track. Keep brushing well.
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Dental Implants: Post-Surgical Bleeding Facts To Know

Posted on: 12 July 2019

Missing teeth are often replaced through surgical means with dental implants or denture implants. Your dental surgeon will give you a great deal of information before the operation and you will have the opportunity to learn about some of the details of what might happen. You should be prepared for some bleeding after your surgery is over. Keep reading to learn about a few bleeding facts that can help you to understand what is normal after the procedure.
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