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Is Your Child Missing A Permanent Tooth?

Most people have a complete set of thirty-two permanent teeth. If any of these teeth fail to develop fully, it will generally be considered a case of hypodontia. Hypodontia is one of the most common dental abnormality, ranking right up there with double teeth, or...

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What does iv sedation feel like, and what benefits it has?

Many of us have dental fear. We avoid going for oral checkups. However, IV sedation is a great option. The sedatives are administrated directly into the vein, and so it becomes effective quickly. Do patients often want to know what does iv sedation feels? In most...

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Root canal dangers or just misconceptions

People often wonder whether the root canal is an excellent option, and is it harrowing. Well, the treatment does not cause pain but relieves it. It is a method that saves your tooth, and you won’t have to opt for extractions. People do misinterpret root canal dangers....

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What is a prosthodontist

Routine visits to a dentist are typical, but a few times, critical situations arise. Alike, a broken tooth or need of a crown to repair tooth damage. Such cases require someone with additional knowledge and qualifications, such as a prosthodontist. But many do not...

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Situations which need immediate dental care

It is an annoying situation when an oral issue arises in your teeth, and you have days left for the routine dental checkup. However, at times the case is alarming, and there is a need for immediate dental care. Therefore, you have to contact the dental office,...

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To see through teeth is not a good indication

Are you able to see through teeth? If so, it's not a good sign. Transparent teeth look weird but can happen due to poor health and oral care. One of the reasons can be enamel erosion. Enamel is the substance that covers the crown of the tooth. It is the part which we...

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Root canal temporary filling, why is it used?

A root canal treatment saves the teeth which have decay or fractures. The dentist drills the tooth and removes the infections in the nerve and pulp. Then the dentist cleans and seals it. But at times, the patient has to undergo root canal temporary filling before the...

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Coronavirus Outbreak: Should I Still See My Dentist?

The coronavirus outbreak has created a scary situation- not only in countries like China and Italy but also here at home. As you know, doctors are recommending that people limit their physical contact with others during the pandemic. While you might be limiting the...

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Coronavirus: Why Oral Health Matters

The novel coronavirus outbreak has most Americans thinking about their health. But while many people are prioritizing their wellness, few people are focusing on their oral health. Good oral hygiene is a great way to care for your overall health. Below, we will explain...

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Calcium For a Strong Smile

Eating a calcium-rich diet is important for your health. We all know that calcium is needed for strong bones, but this mineral has other health benefits too. For instance, it can also help to keep your teeth strong. In this article, we will explain how this nutrient...

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Mouthwash: Is It Really Necessary?

Many people use mouthwash daily as part of their regular oral care. But is it really necessary for a clean mouth? While this wash can be optional for some patients, others really need it. Below, we will explain the difference. Types of Mouthwash There are two...

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How to Get Your Dream Smile in 2020

If you are unhappy with the appearance of your teeth, you have options. At Pearl Shine Dental, we work with every patient to develop a unique care plan just for them. Read on to learn how we use state-of-the-art treatments to help patients smile with confidence. Start...

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