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Impacted Wisdom Teeth

If the wisdom tooth does not have enough space to grow (impacted wisdom tooth), it can cause pain, infection, or other problems in the mouth. In this case, it is necessary to pull it. Some dentists recommend the extraction of an impacted wisdom tooth as a precaution against potential future problems, even if the tooth […]

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Proper Oral Hygiene

Oral hygiene is very important. Unfortunately, this is still not important to many people. The source of many problems for the mouth and teeth is poor oral hygiene. Every human being should brush his teeth three times a day. That is, brush after every meal. In addition to toothbrushes, flossing and mouth washing are also […]

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Oral Complications

Oral disease is painful for everyone, and it is important to take timely action to prevent further problems. Reading this guide, which categorizes various problems in simple language, will give you more insight to get to work on time. ToothacheIf your mouth or jaw hurts, it may be because of a toothache. Toothache is usually […]

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All About Toothbrushes

Decades ago, when the nylon hair toothbrush was first invented, consumers did not have many options for choosing a toothbrush, but now the story is completely different. Most stores that sell oral hygiene products have a wide range of different types of toothbrushes, including manual and electric, on their shelves. A good toothbrush can change […]

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Preventing Bruxism

Bruxism is the involuntary pressure of teeth on each other. Bruxism usually occurs during sleep, but some people also grind their teeth when they wake up. Bruxism can be caused by a physical expression of stress. For example, sensitive people tend to grit their teeth when they are angry, overly focused on a task, or […]

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Bad Breath

The most common cause of bad breath is poor oral hygiene. If you have a lot of toothpaste and dental plaque in your mouth, or if you have decayed teeth and leftover roots, you are prone to bad breath. In addition, decayed teeth and improper fillings exacerbate it. Bad veneer odor is also a common […]

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Are Toothaches and Earaches Connected?

Not all pain in the face and jaw is directly related to the teeth. Sometimes the root cause of these pains may be another factor. This type of earache is called referral pain. Referral earache is a type of earache that does not originate in the ear itself and is heard elsewhere. Sometimes it is […]

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Straightening Crooked Teeth

The decision to straighten crooked teeth is a personal decision. For many people, lack of funding or lack of dental health insurance support may influence the decision to have their teeth straightened. A person’s general health issues may also play a role in deciding whether to treat crooked teeth. If you are personally dissatisfied with […]

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Swollen Gums

The most common and well-known type of gum disease is gingivitis, a condition that includes inflammation in the gums and around the crown of the gums that results from the development and accumulation of plaque in the gum line. Symptoms include red and swollen gums as well as bleeding. Is the gums, which may be […]

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Tooth Extraction in Children

In some cases, your child may need to have a tooth extracted. Pediatric dentists usually recommend that these extractions be performed in different positions. Here are some things in which a child may need to have a tooth extracted. Severely damaged teeth: If your child has a mouth injury, he or she may break his […]