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Best Way To Clean A Mouth Guard

If you wear a mouth guard to prevent teeth grinding, especially at night, or a retainer to stop your teeth from moving, you’ll know the importance of keeping your night guard clean. While cleaning the mouth guard or retainer saves it from stains and bacteria, it also...

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What Should A Tooth Extraction Look Like When Healing?

No matter the reason for your tooth extraction, you must be wondering how the procedure will go and how long the healing will take or look like. Here are a few things to keep in mind after a tooth removal surgery. The First 24 Hours During the first day of your...

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Taking Care Of Cut In Your Mouth

Getting a cut in your mouth is very easy, thanks to those delicate tissues. Your day to day activities such as kitchen work, playing sports, or accidentally biting your tongue or cheek can cause an oral injury. Your mouth doesn't have much space, but it contains many...

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Clindamycin For Tooth Infection: How Effective Is It?

If you have a tooth infection, your dentist will prescribe you antibiotic treatment - most probably Clindamycin. It comes under the category of lincosamide antibiotics that treat infections caused by bacteria, including teeth infections. Clindamycin is usually given...

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When Can I Stop Worrying About a Dry Socket?

Nothing can replace a permanent natural tooth. But there are times when your adult tooth needs to be extracted. Having an impacted wisdom tooth, infection, severe decay, or injury can call for a tooth removal. But you don’t need to worry too much because an extraction...

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Blood Blister In Mouth: Causes & Treatment

Having a blood blister in the mouth is an uncomfortable experience. It looks awful and causes pain. The main cause of blood blisters is trauma to the soft mouth tissues. But if a person is affected by oral blood blisters frequently or doesn't heal quickly, it's an...

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How To Deal With A Canker Sore On Tonsil?

You may have seen canker sores inside your mouth that look like reddish or white ulcers. Some individuals are more prone to getting canker sores than others. These ulcers can range from mild to severe, lasting for a few days or sometimes weeks. But did you know that a...

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How To Know If You Have A Cavity: 7 Common Signs

Tooth decay is a common dental condition that affects a large number of Americans each year. Cavities aren't good news for your oral and overall health, plus they can also impact your tooth's entire structure. There are several causes of tooth decay. When looking for...

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Why Do My Teeth Hurt When I Eat Sweets

Sweet food items and drinks aren’t a good fit for your teeth. Substances that contain sugar can harm the teeth and elevate the risk of sensitivity. Moreover, eating sweets can result in toothache and discomfort to the teeth that have become sensitive. People often...

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Do Your Gums Hurt After Flossing?

Regular brushing and flossing are the key to healthy teeth and gums. But if your gums hurt after flossing, does that mean you need to alter your oral hygiene routine? Is soreness or bleeding from the gums normal after flossing? Let us find out in this article. Don’t...

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What are the causes of crooked teeth and how to fix them?

Having crooked teeth isn’t very rare today, and you’ll find many adults and children enjoying their time with misaligned teeth. Just like those happy with their teeth crowded teeth, you should be one of them and stop worrying about straightening them. You don’t need...

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