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  • How Long is the Recovery Time After Wisdom Tooth Extraction?

    How Long is the Recovery Time After Wisdom Tooth Extraction?

    With the extraction of wisdom teeth comes the dreaded pain, swelling and nagging discomfort that follows. This is all part of the normal process of healing. But, it may seem like the recovery time will go on forever. You might feel frustrated when trying to bite or chew anythi

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  • How to Relieve Dry Mouth

    How to Relieve Dry Mouth

    If you suffer from dry gums and cotton mouth, it’s time for you to determine what is causing your problem. For long term treatment for dry mouth, you must address the root cause. Sometimes, the issue is too much caffeine intake, smoking, not drinking enough water, or simply

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  • Infected Gums Are Easy to Avoid

    Infected Gums Are Easy to Avoid

    Gum disease is a common ailment that is often the result of poor oral hygiene. Also known as gingivitis, this condition is recognized by inflammation of the gums and tissues surrounding the teeth. It can range from minor to very severe. Symptoms of gingivitis include soreness,

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  • Getting Rid of Bad Breath

    Getting Rid of Bad Breath

    Home Remedies for Bad Breath Foul breath can bring your social life to a halt. People will avoid interaction with you and may mock you behind your back. Halitosis, or bad breath, can result due to a variety of reasons. To escape the shame and embarrassment

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  • Dental Milestones

    Dental Milestones

    Over the course of a lifetime teeth go through cycles of being built up and broken down; gradually acquiring stains and being worn down. Even pushing too hard with your toothbrush or brushing too long can be counterproductive. By age 30, your ivories have been used and abused.

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  • When Should You First Take Your Child to the Dentist?

    When Should You First Take Your Child to the Dentist?

    Teething is painful. And not just for your child. When a child begins teething it can be extremely painful for them, and difficult for you as a parent. When you see your child in pain, it can be hard not to wonder what is wrong, and the temptation then arises to take your c

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