All You Need to Know About Tooth Decay

Posted on: 13 January 2023

If you've ever had a toothache or cavity, you know that dental issues can be painful and time-consuming. But have you ever wondered what causes tooth decay? Or how to prevent it? This post takes a look at the basics of this common dental issue to help you understand tooth decay. What Causes Tooth Decay? The primary cause of tooth decay is bacteria in your mouth combined with sugar and other carbohydrates in your diet.
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How to Care for Your Temporary Dental Crown

Posted on: 30 November 2022

Temporary dental crowns can help to protect damaged or prepped teeth for a short while. However, temporary dental crowns cannot compare to permanent dental crowns in function or appearance. And since temporary crowns are fragile, you need to care for them until you get your permanent dental crown. This article will provide tips on how you can care for your temporary dental crown while you wait for a permanent dental crown.
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When Do You Need Periodontics Intervention? A Complete Guide

Posted on: 22 September 2022

Periodontics primarily involves preventing chronic inflammation of the gum or bone supporting teeth. Gum disease is treatable by professionally cleaning teeth pockets, thereby avoiding damage to surrounding bones. You may also require surgery if the periodontal disease advances. This piece discusses several scenarios where you need periodontic interventions.  Tooth removal Tooth removal is a simple dental procedure, but some cases are unique and require a periodontist. For example, some tooth removal cases might require dental surgery or result in a lot of pain.
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Avoiding Dental Emergencies: What Can You Do?

Posted on: 12 August 2022

Dental emergencies are not unusual. They can occur anywhere at any time. Sports, accidents, food, injuries, etc., are some typical causes of dental emergencies. Generally, your reaction to dental emergencies is critical because it can make all the difference in the treatment outcome. Dental injuries and emergencies can be inevitable sometimes. However, you can always take practical steps to avoid or reduce the risks of dental emergencies. Unfortunately, many people have little to no idea what to do to prevent dental emergencies.
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