Answers to Some Common Questions About Getting Your Teeth Whitened

Posted on: 16 March 2016

Teeth whitening by a dentist is a very common and quick procedure and one that many people think about as their teeth get yellow with age, smoking, and the like. While it may be very common, some might hesitate to have this process done because they're not sure if it's safe, if it will hurt or damage the teeth, or if it will work on their teeth. Note a few questions you might have about tooth whitening procedures and then discuss this option with your dentist if you've been considering it.
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Loose Baby Teeth: To Wiggle or Not to Wiggle?

Posted on: 23 February 2016

Excited anticipation over the Tooth Fairy and the rewards she gives for baby teeth may make your child want to get rid of a loose baby tooth as soon as possible. While it's natural for kids to want to wiggle wobbly baby teeth, there are times when this isn't the best thing to do. When Is Wiggling Good? If your child has an obviously wobbly tooth, a bit of judicious wiggling won't do any harm.
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Pericoronitis: Causes, Symptoms and Treatment Options

Posted on: 1 February 2016

The inflammation of the oral tissues surrounding the dental crown of an erupting tooth is known as pericoronitis. This disorder is also referred to as operculitis, and it will affect your gingival gum tissues and even the dental follicles. Pericoronitis is a condition that primarily affects wisdom teeth or third molars, particularly in the lower dental arch. This problem can be attributed to the common eruption challenge related to wisdom teeth growth.
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Fast Toothache Relief | Natural Ways of Dealing With a Toothache

Posted on: 20 January 2016

A toothache is a serious pain that can cause you sleepless nights if not taken care of. It mainly occurs when the pulp cavity is irritated or inflamed.  This could be caused by tooth fractures, cavities, tooth decay or infected gums. Most people go for pain relief drugs when the pain gets out of control. But drugs normally have side effects such as an upset stomach, and some may even cause more damage, particularly if not prescribed by the doctor.
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