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Tooth Abscess Stages, Causes & Symptoms

A tooth abscess or gum abscess is an infection of the tooth that causes an accumulation of pus around the gums or under the tooth. Leakage from previous dental work, oral injury, or untreated decay are the common triggers of infection. A tooth abscess or infection can...

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How to Avoid Dry Socket After Tooth Extraction

While there are very few chances of getting a dry socket after wisdom tooth extraction, you may experience this painful event that also slows down the healing. Learning how to avoid dry socket will make you less worried, and you can be on your way to a speedy...

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Here’s how to sleep after a wisdom teeth removal procedure

If you just have had wisdom teeth removal and are worried about your sleep, you are among the many others. This is a fact that the discomfort after the extraction is real, and it can make things messy. But the good thing with the right method, you can peacefully sleep...

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Can Children Receive Cosmetic Dentistry Services?

If your child has had an accident whereby his or her teeth have been chipped, become stained, had their molars dulled, or have irregular spacing, cosmetic dentistry might be an option. But, you may be wondering, can children receive cosmetic dentistry services? Yes,...

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What Is TMJ Syndrome?

You use your TMJ all the time to talk, to chew, to yawn. It’s the abbreviation for the temporomandibular joint, which you have on both sides of your face. So TMJ in itself is not the issue. It’s when you’re experiencing pain in your TMJ that the problems can begin....

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