Identifying The Cause When Pain Strikes: Dental Or Something Else?

Posted on: 1 August 2019

The nerve system that runs through the head area is complex and vast. The head, mouth, nose, and everything else above the shoulders contain many more tiny blood vessels and nerves than anywhere else in the body. This, unfortunately, can mean an increased sensitivity to pain. When your tooth hurts, the pain could be caused by something other than a bad tooth. On the other hand, when your head hurts it might actually be traced to your mouth.
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Conditions That May Cause Implant Complications

Posted on: 1 July 2019

If you're seeking a long-term solution for tooth replacement, dental implants may be for you. While most people are good candidates for dental implant services, those with certain health problems or who engage in certain lifestyle habits may be at risk for complications related to their implants. Here are some conditions that may heighten your risk for dental implant complications and what you can do about them: Uncontrolled Diabetes While most people with well-managed diabetes are good candidates for dental implants, those with uncontrolled diabetes may not be.
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4 Reasons Why It's Worth Getting Dental Veneers

Posted on: 31 May 2019

Are you suffering with cosmetic problems with your teeth that you finally want to fix? If so, you'll be weighing all your options for cosmetic procedures. One procedure you should really consider is dental veneers, since it can provide many benefits over other cosmetic procedures. Here is why veneers are worth getting. You Want To Avoid Braces Do you have gaps between your teeth, but your parents never had you wear braces to fix the problem because the problem wasn't extreme enough?
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Want Whiter Teeth? Here's Why You Should Let Your Dentist Handle It

Posted on: 30 April 2019

We've grown accustomed as a society to seeing movie stars and other celebrities flashing brilliant white teeth in pictures and on TV. If these displays make you feel uncomfortable about showing your own teeth in public, you may be looking for ways to whiten your smile. You'll certainly find plenty of options awaiting you on the grocery store shelf or even in your own medicine cabinet — so why would you choose to pay for professional teeth whitening instead?
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