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Dealing with Dental Emergencies

Being prepared is half the battle when it comes to preventing and dealing with common dental emergencies. To prevent tooth damage, wear sports mouth guards, avoid chewing on hard snacks or ice, and do not use your teeth in place of scissors. If a dental emergency...

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Save Your Child’s Teeth with Sealants

Dental sealants are more than just the latest fad or marketing ploy in dentistry. In fact, they may be one of the best investments you can make in your child’s dental health. These thin plastic coatings painted on the chewing surfaces of the back teeth reduce the risk...

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The Causes of Tooth Sensitivity

A hot cup of coffee is a complement to a cold day. However, as you indulge in the warmth of your drink, you may find the act to be unpleasant. Your sensitive teeth may protest against your beverage. A sensitive tooth is a dilemma. It can be caused by: cavities, a...

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Understanding and Treating TMJ Disorders

The temporomanibular joint is the natural hinge between the jaw and the rest of the skull that allows humans to eat and speak. TMJ disorders can be painful reminders of what can occur when this hinge does not work properly. TMJ disorders are believed to result from...

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Choosing Between an Electric and Manual Toothbrush

Most people are used to brushing their teeth with a manual toothbrush. But if you have medical conditions that may inhibit your ability to brush well or you just want something easier, an electric toothbrush can be a perfect alternative to a manual one. When you use...

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A Healthy Mother Needs A Healthy Smile

Oral health while pregnant is extremely important, but commonly overlooked by the plethora of other preparations for the new bundle of joy. Many expectant mothers do not realize how pregnancy can affect the health of their teeth and gums. For example, bouts of morning...

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Can Your Toothbrush Make You Sick?

While brushing your teeth every day is necessary for removing plaque and is an important part of maintaining your oral health, taking care of your toothbrush is equally important. According to the American Dental Association, your toothbrush should be replaced every...

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