Diet and Dental Care: The Best Food for Your Smile

Ceramic Magic: The Advantages Of Choosing Porcelain Fillings For Your Damaged Teeth

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A damaged or decaying tooth is never a fun affliction to deal with, and having your damaged tooth or teeth repaired with fillings as promptly as possible is vital to the continued health of the damaged tooth, as well as your oral health as a whole. In years gone by, this meant having your tooth filled with durable but unsightly metal-based amalgams, but modern dental techniques offer the dental patient a range of materials with which to repair their damaged teeth.…

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Don't Rush That Baby Tooth! Why You Shouldn't Always Pull Out Your Child's Baby Teeth

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When it comes to your baby’s teeth, you seldom, if ever, need to intervene in order to speed up the growing process. Your baby’s first set of teeth should come through, and later fall out, in their own time. Once they have fallen out, the permanent teeth erupt within a few weeks to replace them. While not every single case is without one or two hiccups along the way, by and large, no matter how enthusiastic a parent understandably is, they should refrain from attempting to speed up the process.…

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From Dental to Nasal: How a Tooth Can Cause a Sinus Infection

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Sinus infections are generally caused by colds or allergic reactions. Once breathed in, a cold virus or a hint of secondhand smoke from a nearby cigarette causes one or more of the sinus cavities to become inflamed. Shortly after, the headaches, congestion and toothaches begin. However, while it is well known that teeth can also ache during a bout of sinusitis, few people are aware that teeth themselves can also cause sinusitis.…

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