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A dental abscess is a pocket of pus that gathers up inside the tooth, or gum, and can go as deep as the bone that keeps the teeth in place. It is caused by bacterial infection. You can get more than one abscess at the [...]
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Dental crown treatment can make a dramatic difference in your smile. In this article, we'll take a closer look at the procedure of getting a dental crown, its different types, and what to expect before and after [...]
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People who have experienced tooth pain know it well: it causes more discomfort and anxiety than any other type of pain. Dental pain is more severe than others because nerves within the dental pulp [...]
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Dental implant surgery is one of the finest cosmetic procedures for replacing missing or damaged teeth. Dental implants are made up of a titanium-based post, an abutment and a crown. The titanium post acts [...]
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It's normal to experience some discomfort in the area surrounding your dental implant surgery. This guide provides tips for those considering dental implants and those who have already undergone [...]
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Dental crowns are not only versatile but also greatly enhance the appearance of your smile by camouflaging worn teeth, chipped teeth, and stains. Even though they're durable, they aren't unbreakable. Wondering how long [...]
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Dental emergencies are much more common than you think. Your oral health can be affected by different conditions and illnesses damaging your teeth. If these conditions are not treated on time, they can [...]
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Dental implants are one of the most popular tooth replacement options available today as they are strong, durable and long-lasting. Additionally, they can give you back your smile and your confidence. [...]
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Cracked teeth are a common occurrence caused by various factors, as well as trauma. If you have a cracked tooth, it is essential to schedule a dental appointment or see an emergency dentist if you are suffering from severe pain [...]
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If you have a tooth that is severely decayed or damaged, you will need to see a dentist for a crown procedure to restore the form and function of your tooth. Here is an overview of when a dental crown procedure may [...]
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