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2015

Keeping Breath Fresh And Teeth Brighter As A Tea Drinker

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Black teas are a wonderful treat and a preferred way to stay alert through the day for many people, but the pleasure comes with a price. A slow threat of tooth staining and breath problems can make tea a dental nuisance if you’re not careful with the way you consume. Consider a few ways to keep your mouth fresh as you create a balance between cleanliness and tea splendor. How Does Tea Lead To Stained Teeth?…

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Why Dentists May Treat Premature Tooth Loss In Children With Dentures

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Dentures aren’t only for adults who lose their natural teeth as they age. In some cases, children may wear partial dentures. Generally, dentures for children replace primary teeth they’ve lost until the permanent teeth come in. Tooth loss often involves the upper front teeth, which creates an aesthetic issue in addition to the potential dental implications. Children can also develop speech and chewing problems when they have teeth missing. But no matter which teeth are missing, a partial denture can make a difference by improving a child’s appearance and teeth function.…

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3 Of The Most Common Misconceptions Concerning Root Canal Treatment

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You head to the dentist with a tooth that is causing you a lot of pain. As you sit in the chair with your mouth open wide, this oral care professional drops those two little words you were fearing all along: root canal. Even the name sounds painful and there is a fair amount of fear starting to rise in the back of your throat. But, have you ever took the time to consider why this dental procedure sounds so scary to you?…

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