Are You Always Alone? Could It Be Your Dental Work?

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If you are fed up living the single life, you may be wondering why you have so much trouble attracting a member of the opposite sex. You may be critical of your outward appearance and understand that you need to do something about your smile, as after all, it is said to be the single most crucial facial characteristic when it comes to creating a good, first impression. If you really feel that this is setting you back, you need to take some action.

3 November 2017

Tormented by Mandibular Tori: Why Some People Get Bony Growths Under Their Tongue

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If you have been noticing one or more bony growths on the roof of your mouth or on the inside of your lower jaw, you are likely seeing what is known as tori. A torus mandibularis (lower jaw growth) or torus palatinus (roof of mouth) is a benign, bony growth that appears bulbous and rounded. In general, they do not cause any pain nor are they a sign of oral cancer or other serious dental issues.

11 October 2017

The Truth About Child Dental Care

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Many of us come equipped with our own preconditioned beliefs on dental care dos and don'ts. Tying a string to a loose tooth then to a doorknob that's to be slammed closed or holding an oversized cube of ice to the gum line to numb it before having someone pluck the dying bone from the body. If all else fails there are plenty of the old stereotypes or home remedies laying around if you haven't worn out your fingertips on internet search engines.

18 September 2017

Pros and Cons Of Dental Sedation For Kids

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There are two reasons Australian adults avoid going to the dentist. The first reason is the cost, and the second reason is fear. Fear of dentists occurs during a bad experience during childhood dentistry. While there have been many advances in technology since you were a kid, you want to make sure your child does not have bad experiences when at the dentist. Sedation dentistry is the technique of medically calming a child during dental procedures, but this type of dentistry does have positive and negative points attached to it.

28 August 2017

Quitting Smoking and Dentures: Why You Should Quit Smoking If You Plan to Get Dentures

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Are you thinking about replacing your decayed or damaged teeth with dentures? If you are, then you are likely tired of the pain and difficulties you encounter while eating. That's understandable. It is also a wise decision as you will not only be able to enjoy your meals more often, but your confidence will also receive a boost along with your physical appearance. However, if you are a smoker, you should seriously consider quitting at least a few weeks in advance of getting dentures.

10 August 2017

Dental Health: How to Know If You Have a Misaligned Bite

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The teeth are naturally designed to meet in a certain way to allow you eat and speak properly. When the bite deviates from its original path, there can be a lot of dental issues and difficulties when chewing. Unluckily, most people do not realize that their bite is misaligned until they are faced with a host of dental and other health problems. Understanding the causes and effects of a misaligned bite and how to take a simple test at home can help you diagnose this issue early and have it treated by your oral or cosmetic dentist.

21 March 2017

What You Should Do After DIY Teeth Whitening At Home

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Teeth whitening provides a simple and effective way of restoring the natural white color of teeth. You can choose a suitable product from the various DIY whitening kits that are available in drugstores and chemists. The key advantage of DIY teeth whitening is that it is simple, comfortable, and convenient since you don't have to visit a dentist. You can get the teeth whitened within a few minutes or hours. However, on the downside, these kits do not have instructions or advice on what you should do to maintain your teeth after the procedure.

29 December 2016