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Toothaches at Night

Toothaches are one of the most uncomfortable sensations that usually comes to us at night and its pain cannot be denied. We all like to go to bed and sleep peacefully at the end of a long day. However, many people are deprived of this peace and will face problems such as toothache. Unfortunately, this […]

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Vertical Tooth Fractures

It is good to know that the pressures from chewing food are applied to the teeth in a balanced and appropriate way, and the teeth also transfer this pressure to the upper and lower jaws, but if a person loses several teeth for any reason, the force that when chewing enters the rest of the […]

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Causes and Treatment of Tooth Stains

Small stains are removed by ultrasonic cleaning, rotary polishing with anti-wear paste, or air polishing with abrasive powder. Teeth whitening can also be removed by whitening teeth and other methods. Note that whitening teeth will temporarily worsen the appearance of teeth with fluorosis. Laminate veneer: Using porcelain veneers is another solution to remove white spots […]

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All About Tooth Fillings

Different materials are used in tooth filling, also known as tooth restoration. The type of material used depends on several different factors, including the size and location of the decay, as well as the cost of filling. Two of the more common options are filling the teeth with porcelain or filling silver amalgam. Silver amalgam […]

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Daily Oral Care

It is very important to clean the interdental space and finish the unfinished work of the toothbrush. Toothbrushes, both regular and electric, have access to only three of the five tooth surfaces. Therefore, if you do not clean the space between the teeth, 35% of the tooth surface remains uncleaned every day. As a result, […]

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Causes of Jaw Deformities

The two most important organs of the face are the upper and lower jaws, which in the absence of fit between the two, such as the back or front of the jaw, excessive overlap, asymmetry, etc., a phenomenon called jaw and facial abnormalities occurs. Oral and maxillofacial abnormalities are caused by a variety of causes, […]

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Hot and Cold Sensitivities

Tooth sensitivity to heat and cold can be more than a minor inconvenience. If you have to change your eating and drinking habits so that your teeth do not have an upsetting reaction to you, then perhaps your problem is more advanced than a normal allergy. It is not uncommon for your teeth to grind […]

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Bruxism

Clenching or squeezing the teeth together, intentionally or unintentionally, is called bruxism or gnashing of teeth. Those who suffer from bruxism rub their teeth only during sleep, which is called “nocturnal bruxism” or “sleepy bruxism”, while others wear their teeth during the day, which is thought to be caused by stress or anxiety. Stress can […]

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Preserving Baby Teeth

Preserving baby teeth Preserving baby teeth is as important as puberty teeth. Drinking fruit juice with a glass of milk will increase children’s tooth decay. One-third of children suffer from tooth decay by the age of 3 because they drink a glass of juice. These sugary drinks directly affect the teeth and produce acid, which […]

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Gum Disease

Gum disease is very dangerous and can cause tooth loss in adults. It can occur at any age, but is more common in adults. It can be easily treated with an initial diagnosis by a doctor. Not brushing regularly and not flossing can cause plaque to form, and the bacteria in dental plaque, in addition […]