How A Dentist Does A Root Canal

Posted on: 18 May 2015

Root canals are a common procedure used to try and save a decayed and/or an infected tooth. The procedure removes the nerve and pulp from inside a tooth to prevent further decay and infection that could cause serious problems in your mouth, face, and neck. Fortunately, the nerve and pulp isn't really necessary once the tooth has fully developed, and removing the nerve and pulp isn't a big problem for most adults.
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Dental Care During Pregnancy

Posted on: 21 April 2015

When you are pregnant, your mouth requires extra special care. There are many problems that you may face with your teeth and gums during pregnancy that you would not face at other times. Because of this it is especially important that your treat your mouth with the utmost care and rev up your dental care while pregnant. One of the main reasons for the changes in your oral care is due to hormonal changes.
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Pain Or Discomfort In Your Jaw? 4 Signs That It Might Be TMJ Disorder

Posted on: 6 April 2015

If you're having trouble with your jaw, you should visit your dentist. The problem might be TMJ disorder. The temporomandibular joint is responsible for your jaw movement. Problems with that joint can cause severe pain. It can also cause a myriad of other complications, including problems with chewing. Here are some of the symptoms that are often associated with TMJ. If you have any of these symptoms, you should discuss them with your dentist.
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The Pros And Cons Of Composite Fillings

Posted on: 19 March 2015

Composite fillings, also called tooth-colored fillings, allow you to repair a decayed tooth or one that is damaged. This is one of many dental filling materials available, and one of the most popular. Before you decide on this type of dental filling, it helps to know more about the benefits and drawbacks. Here are the pros and cons of composite fillings. Pro: They Are Tooth-Colored One of the best benefits of getting composite fillings is that they are tooth-colored.
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