Month: July 2018

Improve your smile with Botox

Improve your smile with Botox

A great smile boosts confidence and makes you feel happy about yourself. Not only that, but a vibrant smile also puts a lasting impression on others as well. Do you look at yourself in the mirror and think "I wish if I could have a better smile"? If yes, then Botox is the solution for you. It is a cosmetic dentistry procedure...
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Why you shouldn't ignore that toothache?

Why you shouldn't ignore that toothache?

Toothaches should never be ignored. Be it mild pain or constant pain; it can be a sign that there is an underlying problem. Toothaches are mainly caused due to bacteria.It may be a cavity or a severe abscess, which needs to be addressed immediately . If you ignore the pain, then chances are that it will worsen with time. The...
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How safe are dental X-rays

How safe are dental X-rays

X-rays are a type of radiation called electromagnetic waves that are passed through the human body to get a picture of the body. Similarly, dental X-rays are used to get a picture of teeth and jaw bones to understand the problem with the teeth and supporting structures. While dentists take necessary precautionary measures during X-ray examination, it is also necessary...
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Bleeding gums during pregnancy: What should you do?

Bleeding gums during pregnancy: What should you do?

Pregnancy is the most beautiful phase of a woman's life. But with this happiness comes physical pain too. Pregnancy affects your overall health, including oral health. If you are experiencing this phase of life, you have to be very careful about your oral health. During pregnancy, you will come across a myriad of oral complications. One of the many oral...
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4 signs you may have TMJ

4 signs you may have TMJ

Are your jaws tight or sore? Does your ears ring for seemingly no reason? Do you find yourself grinding your teeth frequently? If you answered yes to these questions, then you may have  Temporomandibular Joint (TMJ) Disorder. The temporomandibular joint is responsible for the opening and closing of your jaw. When this joint becomes dislocated or immobile, then it can...
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Types of dentures explained

Types of dentures explained

Missing teeth takes a toll on one’s health and confidence. It prevents you from eating all that you want and also makes you feel uncomfortable when you smile. Many people lose teeth due to an injury or some inherent problem.  Are you wondering if there is any solution for restoring your missing teeth and getting your confidence back? We’re here...
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Bone Grafting for Dental Implants - The Basics

Bone Grafting for Dental Implants - The Basics

Dental implants are the most widely accepted dental treatment for replacing missing teeth. Dentists and patients both prefer dental implants as an alternative to dentures and dental bridges. A dental implant is a titanium post that is placed into the jaw bone to add strength and durability to the implant. It is imperative to ensure that there is sufficient volume...
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Bruxism and the Importance of wearing night guard

Bruxism and the Importance of wearing night guard

Bruxism is referred to as a dental condition when a person grinds or clenches their teeth. This disorder affects people of all age groups and sexes. Bruxism eventually destroys the teeth and tissue due to the friction between the jaws. This can cause teeth to hurt, become loose or ground away completely. Unfortunately, many people don’t realize that they have...
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