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How Does Tooth enamel Erode

How Does Tooth enamel Erode

Tooth enamel is the hard outer covering of the crown. The crown is the part of the tooth that rises above the gum line. Tooth enamel is translucent in color, but it is also very fragile. Tooth enamel is not responsible for the color of the tooth. Because it is translucent, the dentin that lies beneath the enamel layer is…

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Can Super Glue Fix Dental Crowns?

Can Super Glue Fix Dental Crowns?

A dental crown, or porcelain replica of your original tooth, is supposed to be a God send. You can continue eating just like you did with your original tooth. What happens when your dental crown breaks, loosens or comes out? The best thing to do is call your dentist and set up an appointment to have it repaired or replaced….

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Is it too Late to Take Care of my Teeth?

Is it too Late to Take Care of my Teeth?

When someone asks, “Is it too late to start brushing my teeth?”, it is important that they know that the answer is no. You can still begin to take care of your teeth properly. If you have to lose some teeth, you will still need to take care of dentures, so either way, you need to be responsible and care…

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How to Manage Dental Fear

How to Manage Dental Fear

One of the common tasks that people need to do to maintain their health is to visit a dentist. When visiting a dentist, people will be able to get their teeth and gums examined. They will also get them cleaned in order to remove plaque and bacteria. While visiting the dentist is very beneficial, there are a number of people…

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When do you get Your Wisdom Teeth?

When do you get Your Wisdom Teeth?

Many people feel the pain of wisdom teeth. Do you know how to know when your wisdom teeth are coming in? Have you ever asked someone “When do you get your wisdom teeth”? Many young adults feel the pain of these teeth. They are located in the very back of your mouth and are quite painful when they start coming…

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Toothbrush and Floss, Still the Best Road to Dental Health?

Toothbrush and Floss, Still the Best Road to Dental Health?

Dental health is an essential part of one’s overall well-being and nothing is more fundamental to keeping your teeth healthy than regular and thorough brushing. While your dentist will include a new toothbrush at your semiannual cleaning visit, those high-tech electric toothbrushes can be quite tempting, but are they better? Quite simply, no. Studies show that your dentist’s recommended routine…

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How Does Toothpaste Work?

How Does Toothpaste Work?

The non-living objects that the new generation is using up to this day are things that their ancestors have passed down to them. Even though the scientific and technological industries continue to demonstrate great innovations at present, it does not erase the fact that their predecessors have created the foundations that they can gain inspiration from. One of the essential…

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Are Canker Sores Dangerous

Are Canker Sores Dangerous

You’re going about your business on a busy Tuesday when you suddenly feel a nagging pain in your mouth. During your lunch, you head to the bathroom to find out what is causing the irritation. Leaning in close to the mirror and flipping your lip inside-out you get a view of the culprit: a canker sore. Great. But what is…

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What to do with Pain after Cavity

What to do with Pain after Cavity

The main causes for pain after filling cavity are sensitivity, structural problems, or allergies to the filling materials or anesthesia. If the pain persists or become more severe you should contact your dentist immediately. Gum pain after filling cavity may also occur because when the dentist is polishing the filling, they may accidentally hit your gums. A throbbing pain after…

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Restorative Dentistry vs Cosmetic Dentistry

Restorative Dentistry vs Cosmetic Dentistry

For some, there can be confusion between the difference of cosmetic and restorative dentistry. Though these two practices within dentistry both sometimes involve surgery, implants, and the augmentation of the teeth in the mouth, they are not necessarily employed for the same reason and can have different outcomes. What Is Restorative Dentistry? Restorative dentistry is the type of dentistry applied…

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