Stopping Medications That Can Affect Dental Implant Oseointegration

Posted on: 3 March 2015

If you have a missing tooth and want a dental implant from a site like to replace it, then it is very important that you encourage good healing after your dental implant operation. Gums often heal without much difficulty as long as you take antibiotics. The bone in your jaw that sits directly around the implant root must heal as well. The healing process allows new bone cells to attach to the titanium root device.
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Terrible Tooth Pain? Home & OTC Remedies To Use Until You Can See A Dentist

Posted on: 18 February 2015

Tooth-aches can be one of the most painful issues you ever have to deal with. While sometimes you can be lucky enough to find an emergency dentist available, occasionally they may be all booked up or you have to wait a few days to come up with the money to get checked out. If you need some home or over the counter remedies to alleviate your tooth pain while you wait, here are some home remedies that may help.
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Can Your Antidepressant Harm Your Dental Implant?

Posted on: 5 February 2015

Whether you've recently received dental implants, or are considering them as an alternative to a bridge, crown, or set of dentures, you may be wondering what you can do to increase the odds of a successful recovery. A recent study has indicated that some complications may arise if you're taking certain types of antidepressant medications during and after receiving dental implants. Read on to learn more about how these medications can affect your long-term recovery, and what you can do to reduce your risk of complications.
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Braces And Your Diet - The Best Foods To Retain Oral Health

Posted on: 27 January 2015

If you have braces, then your orthodontist has surely informed you of the hard, sticky, and crunchy foods you should avoid. These foods can dislodge the braces from your teeth and they can also force the arch and orthodontic wires out of position. Although you need to avoid certain foods, you also need to consider eating healthy items that will keep your teeth, jaw bone, and gums in great condition as your teeth are shifted around.
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