A White Wedding: Dental Advice for Brides-to-Be

How To Relieve Tooth Pain

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Your tooth is aching, but your dentist is booked out until the end of the week. How can you relieve the pain until your dentist appointment? There are a few options to help you carry on with life painlessly until the dentist can treat you. Toothache Plant Toothache plant, also known as jambu, is a natural way to sooth pain in your mouth. When you rub one of the leaves against your gum, it will create a numbing sensation within a few seconds.…

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Brushing Too Hard? You May Be Causing Teeth Abrasion

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Brushing regularly and diligently is a good thing. However, when you brush too hard, the bristles on your toothbrush can cause wear on the teeth and the gums. This can cause a dental problem called teeth abrasion or teeth erosion.  Read on to learn more about this dental phenomenon and how you can stop it. What is teeth abrasion? Teeth abrasion is basically induced wear caused by vigorous movements during brushing.…

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Some Short- And Long-Term Problems Following A Dental Implant

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As getting a dental implant is a surgical process, the patient is expected to feel some pain and discomfort following the procedure. However, this should abate within a couple of weeks; if it does not, then there could be a complication with the implant. Similarly, if you had an implant months or even years ago, there are a couple of conditions that can lead to long-term problems: Short-Term Issues If you have had dental implants recently, but have allowed yourself enough time to recover, and are still uncomfortable sensations or pain, the following factors may be at play:…

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