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What to Do About the Extra Tooth Growing in Gums?

Jun 30, 20236039 Views

An extra tooth growing in your gums close to the permanent or primary teeth might be a sign of hyperdontia, a condition in which too many teeth grow in your mouth. Also called supernumerary teeth, they are noticed in both adults as well as children. So, what should you do when you notice the extra […]

I Have Pain After Root Canal — What Could Be the Reason?

Jun 15, 20232721 Views

So you finally went through with your root canal procedure, and now you were expecting all to return to normal — only to have a familiar sensation again: pain! It can be pretty frustrating to have discomfort again when you were expecting to feel comfortable at last. However, instead of drowning in angst, read this […]

Pros & Cons of Chewing Gum With Braces

May 30, 20234593 Views

Are you a lover of chewing gum? Sugarless gum has a bunch of benefits when it comes to your teeth. These include increasing salivary flow and preventing cavities, to name a few. But after your dentist has placed dental braces on your teeth to treat malocclusion, they might advise against having gums. While there are […]

4 Brilliant Ways to Restore Enamel on Teeth

May 15, 20232610 Views

The enamel layer is the surface of our teeth, the hardest tissue in the body that keeps our teeth safe from outside factors and dental concerns. However, many factors can result in enamel erosion, which leaves your teeth sensitive and weak. In addition, a weak enamel means your teeth are more susceptible to decay, infection, […]

What to Expect During the Dental Implant Recovery Process

Apr 30, 20233946 Views

Dental implants are a popular and effective tooth replacement option that can restore your smile and improve your oral health. While the procedure itself is relatively straightforward, the recovery process can take several months and requires careful attention and follow-up care. If you’re considering dental implants, it’s important to understand what to expect during the […]

The Pain Factor: Are Veneers Painful to Get?

Apr 15, 20233265 Views

Are you considering getting veneers but are worried about the pain factor? This is a common concern that many people have before undergoing any dental procedure. In this blog post, we will explore the pain factor associated with getting veneers and answer the question, “do veneers hurt?” Understanding Veneers Before we dive into the pain […]

It’s Never Too Early To Spot A Tooth Cavity On Your Front Teeth!

Mar 30, 20237200 Views

When talking about a cavity, the last place people think it would sprout is on the front teeth. Plus, it’s already a given that everyone is prone to tooth decay. It’s practically impossible for a person not to get a cavity at least once in their life. Whether it’s during their childhood or way into […]

I Had a Tooth Extraction. When Can I Stop Worrying About a Dry Socket?

Mar 15, 20233019 Views

When a tooth is damaged with no hope of repair, your dentist will recommend tooth extraction to ensure no more additional issues arise. However, complications can occur even after the dentist removes your tooth. A dry socket is a common complication that occurs after tooth extraction when the blood clot gets dislodged. Many individuals ask, […]

When Should You Consider Getting a Dental Splint? Warning Signs to Look Out For

Feb 28, 20234407 Views

Dental splints are custom-made devices designed to fit over your teeth and help alleviate a range of dental issues, including bruxism and temporomandibular joint (TMJ) disorders. But when should you consider getting a dental splint? In this blog post, we’ll explore the warning signs to look out for and help you determine if a dental […]

Which Wisdom Teeth are Harder to Remove?

Feb 15, 20233149 Views

When it comes to oral surgery, wisdom teeth removal can be one of the most daunting prospect. In fact, extracting impacted wisdom teeth is commonly viewed as a rite of passage for teenagers and young adults alike. Have you ever been caught off guard by the length of time it took to extract wisdom teeth? […]

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