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Dentists and Dental Procedures

If you’re looking for information about dentists, dental procedures, cosmetic dentistry, or orthodontics, you’ve come to the right place. Whether you need tips on caring for your teeth or advice on finding an affordable dentist, you’ll find the info you need right here!

Although simple dehydration is often the cause of the occasional dry mouth occurrence, your physical and mental health can also directly and indirectly lead to xerostomia, also known as chronic dry mouth. While you won’t be able to eliminate some illnesses that cause dry mouth as easily as you could cut out caffeine or tobacco,...

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Professional, in-office teeth whitening is the most popular choice for polishing up your pearly whites these days, despite the fact that it’s more expensive than at-home do-it-yourself treatments. Professional whitening is regarded as the best option because it’s a supervised procedure in a controlled environment. Hydrogen peroxide and carbamide peroxide are the two options for...

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We’ve all had those moments when our mouth was so parched that it was difficult to talk or swallow. While this is a common occasional occurrence for most people, there are some who suffer from xerostomia (aka dry mouth) on a more regular basis. If you’ve noticed your mouth is drier than usual lately, it...

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If you’ve been suffering from dry mouth for any length of time, you may have reached a point where you’re better able to manage your symptoms and don’t mind it as much. However, dry mouth can do more damage to your health than the everyday symptoms when allowed to continue unchecked. Once you know the...

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Whether you suffer from Type I or Type II diabetes, there are a number of secondary health conditions that are necessary to manage in addition to your blood sugar and insulin levels. While dry mouth may seem like a relatively small concern, it could lead to tooth decay and gingivitis when left unchecked. Be sure...

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Teething is part of the natural process of your baby growing up, and it is eagerly awaited by most parents. In general, a baby’s first teeth arrive between the fourth and seventh month, though it isn’t unheard of for a baby to go a full year without a tooth. While that first tooth is a...

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Whether you’re simply dehydrated from working out in the sun without adequate hydration or it’s a chronic problem, dry mouth symptoms are no fun to experience. Luckily, there are plenty of simple changes you can make to better deal with your dry mouth. Review these top five tips for dealing with dry mouth to see...

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There are many confusing medical terms associated with TMJ. For one, what does TMJ even stand for? In this article, we’ll cover key terms often heard when someone has TMJ or the dentist is talking about the topic. TMJ: Short for temporomandibular joint, connecting the jawbone to the skull. TMJ is also shorthand for  ...

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The easiest way to avoid soreness and the very noticeable change in appearance that comes with traditional braces is to have teeth that are aligned properly and fit well in your mouth, with no crooked teeth, no underbite, overbite or misalignment of the jaw. Unfortunately, the odds aren’t with you. Experts estimate that 45 percent...

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Millions of years ago, the sap from pine trees spilled out and slowly hardened into golden shapes. These hardened balls of sap have been sought after for their beauty and treated like gemstones by many civilizations, including the ancient Romans and Greeks. In Rome nearly 3,000 years ago, some of this hardened sap was used...

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