Sensitive Teeth

Having sensitive teeth generally means that you have some type of pain or discomfort in our teeth. This discomfort can result from eating or drinking something cold, hot or sweet. There are two main types of sensitive teeth. One of the types is when the dentin of your tooth is bare. Here are some things that will let you know

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Oral Hygiene

Making sure that you practice good oral hygiene is very important for making sure that you have healthy teeth and gums. Plaque is the number one cause of cavities and gingivitis. People with gum disease are far more likely to develop heart disease or other medical conditions. Practicing good oral hygiene also helps protect you against many common dental problems.

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Brushing Teeth

Brushing your teeth correctly is a very important to good oral hygiene. There are many simple steps you can take to make sure you are brushing properly and thoroughly. Although the majority of people brush their teeth, there are still things that you can do to better improve your brushing. Here are some easy steps to make sure that you’re

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Dental Care & Flossing

Many people don’t realize how important flossing is. For example, if you are only brushing your teeth instead of flossing, you are only cleaning about 60% of your teeth. Although flossing has the same purpose as brushing, flossing can help get to places that your toothbrush is unable to reach. Flossing can help to eliminate the bacteria which can lead

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Chipped Tooth

Chipped teeth are the most common form of dental injury today. While a chipped tooth can range in terms of size and extent of damage, any type of dental trauma deserves immediate attention. Although a small chip will most likely not cause pain, you should contact a dentist to make sure there is no other damage to the tooth’s structure.

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Root Canal

A root canal is a treatment used to repair and save a tooth that is badly decayed or becomes infected. During a root canal procedure, the nerve and pulp are removed and the inside of the tooth is cleaned and sealed. Without treatment, the tissue surrounding the tooth will become infected and abscesses may form. “Root canal” is the term

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