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Benefits of wearing a mouth guard for contact sports

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15/06/2022 18:00 PM
Preventing dental damage during contact sports is possible by wearing mouth guards. They offer the much-needed support to the mouth/teeth when engaging in sports where there is a high risk of damage...

8 Common Reasons For A Severe Toothache

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16/05/2022 17:00 PM
Toothaches generally are excruciating. What is worse, they might happen often and suddenly. If they do at times, they might often be unbearable. Though such dental pain might seem sudden, the causes...

Complete Guide To Laser Dentistry

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20/04/2022 16:20 PM
Laser dentistry is a significant part of dental treatment worldwide since 1994. It is a reasonably painless treatment and can be used to produce the desired result in much less time than traditional...

What kind of dental health support does orthodontic treatment provide?

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20/03/2022 00:00 AM
Orthodontic treatments are a means of straightening or relocating teeth. They improve the appearance and structure of teeth. You can reach out to a certified dentist for the treatment. Your dentist ma...

What are the benefits of dental crowns and bridges?

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18/02/2022 23:00 PM
Dental crowns and bridges are a convenient way of replacing missing teeth. A dental crown is a kind of a cap that the dentist puts over a tooth. Crowns make teeth stronger and enhance their...

Things To Do When Your Porcelain Veneers Fall Off

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21/01/2022 15:00 PM
Porcelain veneers help enhance your oral health condition, but these veneers might fall off. Veneers are subjected to erosion, and as a result, they might loosen. Though the chances are slim, it is no...

How Painful Is a Root Canal Procedure? Should You Be Worried?

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20/12/2021 20:00 PM
Our teeth are made up of 3 layers. The outermost white layer of our tooth is the hardest material in our entire body, called enamel. The second layer beneath the enamel is dentine. Beneath dentine, th...

How Preventive Dentistry Can Help You Maintain Your Oral Health

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30/11/2021 15:00 PM
Prevention is better than cure. This is the motto of preventive dental health care. Most dental diseases can be prevented if they are taken care of in time.   If you can take care of your oral...