Dental Health

Burning Mouth Syndrome usually affects your tongue, but possibly also your lips, the roof of your mouth, or between your lips and gums. It is described as a burning, scalding, tingling feeling that lasts anywhere from a few months up to a few years....

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The best thing you can do for your mouth is clean in between your teeth. Whatever that takes – floss, interdental brushes, or most importantly, the right toothbrush. However, this cleaning must be done gently, because the connection of the gum to the tooth is...

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A professional dental clean is a procedure undertaken by your dentist or dental hygienist in which they use professional equipment to rid your teeth and gums of plaque and tartar build up. It is important to visit your dentist for a cleaning at least...

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Inflamed gums are a common problem, with a number of different causes. So, what are they, and how, when and where do you fix them? Inflamed gums often go unnoticeable, as the inflammation may not be painful. However, it is important to catch them...

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Everyone gets bad breath every now and then, but we find that the worst bad breath is a result of some form of gum disease. Gum disease can come in many forms, from the easily treatable gingivitis to the more severe cases such as periodontal disease. Bad breath in relation to gum disease comes from...

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I have always been intrigued by how the experts themselves take care of their teeth against issues such as cavities, plaque, and whatnot. Pushed by my curiosity, I set about to find the techniques dentists use in their daily oral care routine that enables them to be role models for...

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Feeling pain within your jaw and mouth can be unbearable at times. So asking your dentist “what can I do about TMJ pain?” is important. Causes can vary a lot from a simple toothache to severe conditions that are debilitating. One of those conditions is what’s known as...

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Your dental health has a direct relationship with the food you eat. You need your teeth to chew up your food into digestible bits so you can swallow it, and your teeth need a healthy dietary intake to remain healthy and strong. This is why some food and drinks can harm your teeth, causing cavities and...

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