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Can Children Receive Cosmetic Dentistry Services?

Jun 15, 2021

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, they can. The key is to go to a dentist that also […]

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What Is TMJ Syndrome?

May 15, 2021

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. More than anything, you could […]

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TMJ Headaches: Is Your Jaw Causing Your Migraine?

Mar 30, 2021

The temporomandibular joints, or TMJs, are the ones that connect your lower jaw to the rest of your skull. This joint is one of the more complex ones in the human body because it allows us to talk, chew, and move our jaw in any number of ways. Just like with other joints, however, it […]

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Does Laughing Gas Make You Laugh? 7 FAQs About Nitrous Oxide

Mar 15, 2021

Nitrous oxide, more commonly known as laughing gas, is a mild sedative commonly used during dental procedures to ease anxiety. But there’s much more you might not have known about this funny-named gas. When Was it First Used by Dentists? Nitrous oxide was first discovered in 1772 by Joseph Priestley, an English scientist. It wasn’t […]

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Do You Know What Is Gum Lift?

Feb 28, 2021

You must have heard of common cosmetic surgeries like facelifts and tummy tucks. But do you know what a gum lift is? Those people looking to improve their gums’ appearance for aesthetic reasons undergo a gum lift surgical procedure performed by a cosmetic dentist. Many people undergo gum lift surgery by a cosmetic dentist because […]

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Did You Just Swallow Your Braces Bracket?

Feb 15, 2021

Not too common, but it is often heard that someone just swallowed their braces bracket and is worried if something will go wrong. There has been an instance where doctors have removed a piece of orthodontic wire from a patient’s intestine ten years after she had unknowingly swallowed it. And this can make you a […]

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Tooth Decay’s And Some Common Diseases That Cause It

Jan 30, 2021

Have you ever wondered that you step into your dentist’s clinic for a regular dental check-up and your dentist ends up asking you questions about your lifestyle and your medical history? That is because your dentist is trying to understand the entire picture. Is it essential to know the entire picture because tooth decay is […]

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Do You Know What Is Sedation Dentistry?

Jan 15, 2021

Do you fear thinking of visiting a dentist? Instead of seeing a dentist’s office, are you ready to endure the toothache? Then you’ve not alone! A lot of people prefer not to go to a dentist and stay at home without treatment. Sedation dentistry is the best way to take away some anxiety for these […]

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Did You Know How Long Does a Root Canal Take?

Dec 15, 2020

A root canal is the pulp inside the tooth and contains pulp, nerves, and blood vessels. It connects your tooth to your bone and gums. In case the root canal gets infected, your dentist will have to treat it; else, it can spread infection, and you will experience pain. An alternate to a root canal […]

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