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What Causes Dental Discoloration?

September 30, 2019

Dental discoloration may be caused by poor dental hygiene, and it is often a symptom of tooth decay. The surface of the teeth is stained by dark-yellow/brown patches, and the condition may be caused by one of the following: Nicotine Nicotine is found in tobacco products and is one of the most common causes of …

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What Causes Bad Breath?

September 20, 2019

Bad breath (halitosis) can be very embarrassing and people who suffer from the condition often struggle with self-esteem issues. Ironically, it is not always the sufferer’s fault and some health conditions are common causes of halitosis. Dry mouth This condition is known as xerostomia and it affects the production of saliva. Saliva acts as a …

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Signs That it’s Time to Visit a Dentist

August 22, 2019

Almost all dental problems are time-sensitive; the longer you wait to address them, the worse the symptoms (and the underlying conditions) get. If you feel any of the following, you need to visit a dentist before things get worse. 1.Your gums are purplish and you bleed when you brush Red/purplish gums is a common symptom …

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Get Affordable Dental Care in Houston

August 22, 2019

Affordable dental care is like the Holy Grail, everyone wants it but only a few have access to it. If you live in Houston, however, you are in luck. You can take advantage of Pearl Shine’s Dental Savings Plan and enjoy ready access to top-quality dental care. According to a recent survey, 42% of Americans …

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Is Sparkling Water Really Good for Your Teeth?

July 26, 2019

A lot has been said about how much sparkling water is better for the teeth than soda drinks. Sodas have too much sugar, increasing the risk of cavities and tooth decay; and too much acid, increasing the risk of enamel erosion. With unsweetened sparkling water, you get to enjoy the familiar fizzy feeling without being …

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Not Always Cavities: 3 Other Reasons Why Your Tooth Aches

July 26, 2019

It is common knowledge that a constant toothache is one of the first symptoms of cavities (or tooth decay). This doesn’t mean, however, that every time your tooth aches, you have decaying teeth. The problem could be one of the following: It may be tooth sensitivity If you feel a stinging pain when eating or …

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