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How can a loose tooth be saved?

Have you ever seen a nightmare where your teeth loosen and start to fall apart? What will you do when you wake up? Will you rush to the mirror to see the reality and begin to take care of your oral hygiene, even if it is for a few days? Besides, how will you react if...

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Can I have a headache after tooth extraction?

After tooth extraction, the dentist prescribes pain killers and antibiotics for the quick recovery of the gums. Headache after a tooth extraction is common, but it goes after a few days once the area heals up. The extremity may vary though it is not unbearable. Having...

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What to expect after dental bone graft?

A dental implant is an ideal solution to replace a missing tooth. The result is not only an actual looking tooth but also the one that works precisely alike. But, to carry the procedure, the jawbone has to be strong enough to hold it. If not, the dentist opts for a...

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Types of veneers

We all dream of perfect, beautiful smiles; cosmetic dentistry is the path to achieving it. The dentist uses veneers during the process that are custom designed to cover the damaged teeth. It plays many roles in hiding teeth flaws, and different types of veneers are...

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How long does it take for a tooth to die?

It may seem to be unusual, but your teeth are living. Teeth are made of hard and soft tissues and get a continuous blood supply, which keeps them alive. However, if the nerves present in the pulp are not able to get blood, the tooth will die. The dentist will extract...

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Dealing with a cavity under a crown

Many of us have cavities. We eat and drink all day; therefore, our teeth are constantly battling with each other. Even a cavity under the crown or below the jawline can happen. However, cleaning it is essential; otherwise, it can lead to tooth loss. Crowns restore the...

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