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Gum Disease: Causes, Risk Factors and Symptoms
13 February, 2020

Gum disease is a very common oral health condition where the gums are inflamed due to bacterial buildup, causing them to become sore, swollen, and bleed.

More than half of adults in the world are suffering from gum disease (or gingivitis) to some degree, and ...

How to Treat Gum Disease: Surgery, Antibiotics, Antimicrobials
17 January, 2020

Do you bleed a little when you brush your teeth, or is there any blood stuck to your gums during a floss? Gum bleeding might be a sign that you are currently suffering from gingivitis or gum disease.

In the early stage of gum disease ...

7 Common Oral Hygiene Mistakes and How To Avoid Them
12 July, 2019

Many, if not most periodontal diseases are caused by not brushing your teeth enough, both in quantity and quality. We all know how annoying and painful the visit to the dentist for a procedure can be, and we would want to avoid it as much ...

How To Overcome Dental Anxiety?
18 May, 2019 General Dentistry,

Are you afraid of going to the dentist? If you are, don’t worry—thousands of people suffer from dental phobia. Fortunately, you have options to help you overcome this problem. Dental anxiety comes from many different sources and can keep people from getting the ...

How To Get Dental Financing?
26 April, 2019 General Dentistry,

When dental procedures start to add up, how do you ensure your oral health while also making ends meet financially? The answer lies in dental financing, which can help you pay for procedures without having to rack up large amounts of debt and without needing ...

8 Facts To Know About Tooth Bridges From Your Dentist
18 March, 2019

If your dentist has informed you that a few teeth have to go, don’t feel alone. Many adults have lost at least one or two teeth by the time they reach the age of 50. In your case, the loss involves teeth that are ...

Decisions You Should Make Before Having a Root Canal Treatment
13 February, 2019

Your doctor has told you that something has to be done with one of your molars. The recommendation is to undergo a root canal treatment. While this approach to endodontic therapy will certainly increase the odds that the tooth will last you for quite a ...

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