Mistakes to Avoid to Help Prevent Dry Socket after Your Wisdom Tooth Extraction

Posted on: 8 October 2018

If you have just had oral surgery to remove a wisdom tooth, you may wonder if there is anything you should or should not be doing to help keep from developing a painful dry socket. If so, make sure you avoid the following mistakes for a couple of days. If you don't avoid these mistakes, they could dislodge the blood clot and leave your socket open after your wisdom tooth extraction.
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How Adult Braces Are Beneficial And The Options You Might Have

Posted on: 22 September 2018

There are several reasons to consider getting braces as an adult. An important one is to improve the appearance of your smile, but braces can also help improve your oral health and may even help with headaches and other medical problems caused by misaligned teeth. Here's why braces are a good investment even when you're an adult and some of the options you may have. The Benefits Of Wearing Adult Braces
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Your Crowning Glory: Why Crowns Are Better Than Veneers For That Perfect Smile

Posted on: 19 August 2018

Crowns and veneers; you struggle with the choice when you want to perfect your smile and correct some flaws in your teeth. Yet, crowns have a vast number of benefits over veneers.  Crowns Cannot Break Well, porcelain and porcelain-fused-to-metal crowns cannot break. If you were going to spend as much money on veneers, that same money could be spent on porcelain crowns. It is nearly impossible to break a crown, but veneers, which are only affixed to the front surfaces of your teeth, can chip or become damaged simply by opening too many chip bags.
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Get Gingivitis Treated ASAP

Posted on: 26 July 2018

Unless you have decided to brush your teeth with sandpaper, you shouldn't be seeing blood when you brush your teeth. If you are spitting out blood when you rinse your mouth or your toothbrush looks a little pink, there is a problem, and one that you should take care of as soon as possible.  Gingivitis The most common cause of bleeding gums is gingivitis. This is an inflammation of the gums.
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