Simple Tips That Will Stop Gum Disease From Happening To You

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The simple act of brushing your teeth in the morning and evening will put you ahead of most people in terms of practicing good oral hygiene. It’s this simple maintenance that can go a long way in preventing the formation of gum disease. Here are some things you can do each day to help your gums. Learn To Brush Properly It’s not enough to put some toothpaste on a toothbrush and move it around in your mouth for a few minutes.…

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3 Ways Food Allergies Can Harm Your Child's Mouth

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If your child wears braces and has developed any unusual sores, bleeding, pain, or inflammation inside the mouth, he or she might have food allergies, and should see a childrens orthodontist as soon as possible. While the most common signs of a food allergy are abdominal pain, stomach upset, nausea, vomiting, and diarrhea, problems with your child’s teeth, tongue, gum tissue, and lips may also occur. You may also notice that your child has discoloration or skin texture changes on the skin that lines the insides of the cheeks.…

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Signs You May Benefit From No-Prep Veneers

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For a typical veneer treatment, the dentist first has to prepare your teeth by trimming some of the enamel. This ensures that the teeth don’t bulk up too much after their veneer treatment. No-prep veneers, however, are installed without or with minimal teeth preparation. This means no-prep veneers aren’t for everyone; you may be a candidate for the treatment if one of the following situations apply to you. You Need Minimal Color Changes…

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