2 Ways You Might Be Causing Dry Mouth

Posted on: 27 May 2015

If you are like most people, you might take your spit for granted. Although saliva might just seem like meaningless liquid, it can actually help to wash away food particles and germs in your mouth, mitigating tooth decay and reducing bad breath. Unfortunately, without adequate levels of saliva, you might be letting your teeth bask in dangerous bacteria. Look at this list below for two ways you might be unintentionally causing dry mouth, and how you can fend off trouble down the road:
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Dental Cleaning Pain: Causes, Prevention, And Treatment Options

Posted on: 5 May 2015

Getting regular dental cleanings is one of the best ways to care for your teeth and prevent major problems from occurring, but you might not like getting your teeth cleaned because of the soreness you experience afterwards. Pain after a dental cleaning is quite common; however, there are ways you might be able to reduce the pain you experience and treat the pain you end up with after your teeth are professionally cleaned.
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Improving Your Smile With Implants: Preventing A Dry Socket

Posted on: 14 April 2015

The underlying health of your mouth, teeth, and gums is important, but the overall look of your smile is essential for your confidence level. Unfortunately, due to decay or infections, you may require an extraction on one or more teeth. While the procedure is necessary to prevent further dental damage, you can correct your smile with dental implants. However, painful dry sockets are common issues that may arise before you receive your implants.
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What To Know About Getting Dentures

Posted on: 2 April 2015

You've decided to get dentures to regain the functionality and beautiful smile you once had. That's great, but dentures are a major decision that affect the rest of your life. Make sure you get all the facts about dentures before you make that final decision. Your Jaw Will Change If you have some decayed or broken teeth in your mouth, you'll need to get them pulled before you get dentures.
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