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How to Slow Down the Gingival Recession for Seniors?

25

Jan 2018

How to Slow Down the Gingival Recession for Seniors?

As we get older, our health can suffer in a wide range of ways. There are many health problems that are part of the natural process of aging and these can affect all areas of your health including your oral health. One of the problems that can affect many seniors is gingival recession, which is a leading cause of tooth loss amongst older people. A […]...

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Toothache, Beautiful Woman with Tooth Infection

25

Jan 2018

Wisdom Tooth Extraction and Infection: What are the Symptoms to Look For?

There are various procedures that are carried out at dental surgeries these days from routine checkups through to cosmetic dentistry. Other types of procedures include things such as root canal fillings and wisdom tooth extraction – processes that, naturally, most people do not look forward to. The good news is that, things usually run smoothly with such procedures. However, there are times when issues can […]...

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15

Jan 2018

Dental implant moving: should you be alarmed?

When it comes to dentistry, technology has come a long way over the years. Many people these days have dental implants to replace missing teeth, and these can be extremely effective and very strong. However, if you have had dental implants and one of them is moving, is this something that you should be worried about? There are a number of reasons why a dental […]...

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15

Jan 2018

What are the causes of dental hypoplasia in children?

When it comes to dental health, there are a number of problems that can occur in infants and young children. One of the common ones is known as dental hypoplasia and this is something that can occur for a number of reasons. It is also known as chalky teeth and stems from a decreased level of enamel production. This is a condition that can affect […]...

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21

Nov 2017

3 benefits of root planing for oral health

While gum disease can lead to a range of oral health problems, today’s dentists have more tools at their disposal than ever before to help patients combat this common problem — and few preventative techniques are more effective than root planing. Root planing is generally used when gum disease has caused pockets to form between the gums and the teeth due to the accumulation of […]...

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Young woman smiling girl with cleaner cleaning her tongue on blue. Daily dental care and oral hygiene. Studio shot.

21

Nov 2017

Tongue cleaner: what actions to adopt for good hygiene?

While your teeth get most of the attention when it comes to oral hygiene, using a tongue cleaner to keep your tongue free of bacteria can be just as important as brushing and flossing for your overall oral health. While it’s true that your tongue isn’t going to get a cavity, there’s no denying that the same bacteria that so easily build up on your […]...

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11

Aug 2017

Gum inflammation : what are the solutions ?

There are many conditions which can cause discomfort in your mouth, and fewer can be more frustrating to deal with than swollen gums. You might have a lingering painful sensation in your gums, or your gums may bleed when you floss or brush your teeth. Many people understand that they should see a dentist when they have a toothache, but what are the solutions when […]...

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Interdental brush enables to clean the space between two teeth.

11

Aug 2017

Interdental brushes : how to use them safely ?

There are many tools your dentist may recommend to help you take care of your teeth. While most of us are accustomed to using standard toothbrushes, floss, and mouthwash, you might be caught somewhat off guard if your dentist were to recommend that you use interdental brushes. An alternative to flossing Interdental brushes are commonly used as a replacement for standard dental floss by individuals […]...

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19

Jul 2017

Baby teething: how to relieve pain naturally ?

The arrival of a baby can be an exciting time — but it can also be a bit stressful as you learn how to take care of your newborn. One of the most challenging times for new parents occurs at the start of baby teething. This event, which typically begins when your baby is between six and ten months old, occurs when your child’s teeth […]...

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19

Jul 2017

Wisdom teeth removal: How to recover quickly ?

When your dentist recommends that you get your wisdom teeth taken out, it’s important that you listen. For many people, wisdom teeth removal is an essential procedure to ensure lasting oral health. Leaving your wisdom teeth in could result in a wide array of oral health problems that you would otherwise have been able to avoid.Of course, the invasive nature of wisdom teeth removal means […]...

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