5 Tips for Feeling Better After a Tooth Extraction

Posted on: 27 January 2017

One of the more challenging times in life may be getting a tooth extracted. However, this may be necessary to get rid of any unwanted pain you're having and to start feeling better as quickly as you can. There are certain things you should do after having this done and things you will need to avoid. Being aware of tips that can be helpful to you once you leave the dental office after this procedure is ideal.
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Potential Dental Treatments For An Infected Second Molar With Pulp Damage

Posted on: 4 January 2017

The second molar teeth are located just in front of the wisdom tooth's spot. The second molars are the last grinding force that can make food small enough to swallow. An infected second molar can cause pain while chewing and cause that pain to radiate through the back of your mouth, which can cause you to think the problem is the wisdom tooth if it has yet to erupt. An infected second molar that isn't treated can lead to damage in the pulp, or the material that carries blood, tissue, and nerve cells throughout the tooth to promote growth and health.
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What To Expect During Your First Week With Dental Braces

Posted on: 27 December 2016

If you are apprehensive about getting your new set of braces installed on your teeth later this week, then you are not alone. Teenagers everywhere have been in your same situation previously and all have lived to tell the tale! Thankfully, since dental braces have been used to correct smiles for many decades, there is a lot of information available about how your new braces will feel during the week after they are installed.
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Tips For Cleaning The Arch Wires Of Your Braces

Posted on: 7 December 2016

If you have recently had traditional metal braces secured on your teeth, then your orthodontist or cosmetic dentist has likely informed you that you need to clean the teeth carefully. If you do not, then food and bacteria can gather around metal brackets and create pits around each brace. This can create a serious and unappealing decay problem. If you want to prevent this, then you will need to learn how to clean underneath the arch wires.
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