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

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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Dental Visits: 3 Non-surgical Dental Procedures to Restore Your Confidence

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Most people’s self-confidence is ingrained in their appearance: their hair, weight and teeth play a vital role in how they perceive themselves. When you’re hit with misshapen or discoloured teeth, chances are you’d rather stay at home than head out on a date. Instead of moping around, it may be time to discuss your options with your dentist. Here are some non-surgical cosmetic dental procedures that can help you restore your confidence in no time.…

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Teething Troubles: The Do's And Don'ts Of Teething Pain Relief

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Teething is one of the least pleasant parts of a young child’s development, and not just for your baby - a house with a baby in pain is never a peaceful place to be. It’s unsurprising, then, that there are a myriad of pain relief potions and nostrums on the market designed for teething babies. There are also a range of home remedies that come widely recommended, ranging from standard medical practises to the more scientifically dubious.…

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