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Common Mistakes You May Be Making with Your Oral Health

Common Mistakes You May Be Making with Your Oral Health

by Natalie (SU)
We wake up every day and brush our teeth, and go to bed doing the same, but are we making mistakes somewhere in between? Even with the best intentions, you could be making common mistakes that are actually detrimental for your oral health.

The Different Stages of Gum Disease

The Different Stages of Gum Disease

by Natalie (SU)
You’ve heard all your life that you should brush and floss your teeth at least twice a day. Your grandparents even joked that if you didn’t brush your teeth, you’d end up like them with no teeth, and removeable dentures. While easier said than done, brushing often, flossing daily, and using preventive mouthwash can make a huge difference in protecting your teeth and gums from gum disease.

Are You at Risk for Oral Cancer?

Are You at Risk for Oral Cancer?

by Natalie (SU)
Oral cancer makes up nearly 3% of cancers diagnosed in the United States. It can occur inside the mouth, throat, neck, or lips. Routine dental checkups involve screening for different forms of oral cancer, as well as providing tips for cleaning and prevention. Find out some oral cancer risk factors and whether you should be concerned.

The Stages of a Root Canal

The Stages of a Root Canal

by Natalie (SU)
You may need a root canal if a tooth has become infected due to a cavity, an injury, or an illness. The tooth’s pulp, which lies just below the enamel, is especially vulnerable to cavities and infection. The pulp is root-shaped and contains the tooth’s nerve. Because it only serves as the tooth’s pain conductor, it can be removed without harming the tooth. “Root canal” refers to removing the diseased pulp, to save an infected, injured, or sensitive tooth. If your dentist has recommended a root canal, you’ll be happy to know that modern advances in technology and anesthesia options have made root canals much more comfortable than they were for previous generations.

Will My Dental Crown be Noticeable?

Will My Dental Crown be Noticeable?

by Natalie (SU)
A dental crown is like a cap that fits over one of your teeth. It is permanent, attractive, and feels just like a natural tooth. When a tooth becomes worn down or broken, a crown can help restore the function and appearance of your smile. So, will your dental crown be noticeable when you eat, drink, or brush your teeth?

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