Tooth Decay Detection

October 15th, 2017DENTAL PREVENTIONComments:0
Tooth decay is most commonly associated with tooth pain and severe discomfort – enough for the patient to urgently go to their dentist for immediate treatment. However, there are some cases when decay is already present but no pain is involved. This does not mean that the decay does not need...
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6 Reasons Why your Teeth are Sensitive

November 22nd, 2015DENTAL PREVENTIONComments:0
Do you experience pain from sensitive teeth? Here are the main culprits why you have to deal with the discomfort. Teeth grinding Grinding your teeth causes the enamel to be worn away, causing sensitive teeth. Acidic food and drinks Do you love to eat and drink acidic food & beverages? Your...
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4 Ways to Prevent Mouth Ulcers

Mouth ulcers are painful lesions that form on the soft tissues of the mouth, such as the gums, the tongue, and the inner cheek area. You can prevent the development of this dental problem with the following steps. Brush your teeth gently Using a vigorous tooth brushing technique can lead to...
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6 Ways to Prevent (Bad) Morning Breath

Does your breath smell particularly bad when you get up in the morning? Here are some ways to prevent or control bad breath so you can smile widely and confidently in the morning. Brush teeth thoroughly before sleeping Cleaning your mouth before sleeping will eliminate food pieces that may have...
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5 Ways to Prevent Receding Gums

Receding gums do not just affect the appearance of your smile. If left untreated, they can lead to severe gum problems and tooth loss. Here are some ways to prevent the onset of gum recession. Brush gently Brushing your teeth too hard can harm your gums and cause gum recession. Use gentler...
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6 Ways to Protect the Tooth Enamel

January 29th, 2015DENTAL PREVENTIONComments:0
Tooth enamel is the hard outer covering of the teeth that protects against daily wear and tear, chemicals and acids that can harm the teeth, and temperature changes. Here are ways to effectively protect tooth enamel, which can prevent damage to teeth. Limit intake of acidic food and beverages...
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7 Bad Habits for your Teeth

January 16th, 2015DENTAL PREVENTIONComments:0
You may not be aware that these habits are causing harm to your teeth, and your entire smile. Chewing on ice Ice is sugar-free, so it is harmless to crunch on some ice every now and then, right? Wrong! The hard ice cubes or chips you are munching on can damage your tooth enamel, and cause your...
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6 Warning Signs that you Have Gum Disease

December 17th, 2014DENTAL PREVENTIONComments:0
Periodontitis is a more advanced form of gingivitis or gum disease. If you have the symptoms below, please go to your dentist immediately so you can have the proper periodontal treatment to avoid more complications. Gums that feel tender even when touched lightly One of the most common signs of...
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7 Ways to Stay Away from Tooth Decay

November 18th, 2014DENTAL PREVENTIONComments:0
Tooth decay is one of the leading causes of tooth loss, and can be a very painful experience. Follow the tips below, so you can have the peace of mind of staying away from a tooth decay problem. Brush your teeth regularly Regular tooth brushing removes food pieces that may be left on the surface...
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4 Common Signs of Sensitive Teeth

October 18th, 2014DENTAL PREVENTIONComments:0
Do you experience discomfort in your teeth, but you don’t know what causes the pain? Here are telltale signs that you are suffering from teeth sensitivity. It hurts when you consume something hot or cold Do you feel a sudden pain when you consume something cold (such as ice cream), or...
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7 Symptoms of Oral Cancer

Early detection is a key factor in the successful treatment of oral cancer. This is the reason why oral cancer screening is very important. Knowing the early signs and symptoms of oral cancer on a personal level will also be beneficial in the fight against mouth cancer. Persistent mouth sore...
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6 Factors that Cause Mouth Ulcers

Mouth ulcers cause a lot of pain and discomfort, especially when there a lot of these sores inside your mouth. It is beneficial to know about what causes mouth sores to develop, so you will know what to do to avoid this painful dental problem. Loose dentures Mouth ulcers develop when loose...
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5 Myths about Gum Disease

Gum disease is a common problem among countless individuals all over the world, and it is important to get treated before the issue becomes a more serious one (periodontitis). Aside from getting familiar with gum disease symptoms, you should also be aware of the facts and myths about gum disease...
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7 Sensitive Teeth Causes

If you have sensitive teeth, you may experience pain and discomfort at the slightest change of temperature. Eating or drinking cold or hot items can often cause a sharp pain to be experienced in the area where the sensitive teeth are located. These are the factors that contribute to the...
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8 Ways to Prevent Bad Breath

No one wants the embarrassment of having bad breath. This problem will negatively affect you, and the people around you. If you don’t want to be avoided like the (smelly) plague because of foul-smelling breath, here are some tips to make sure that you can enjoy fresh-smelling breath: Regular...
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