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Is Runny Nose While Teething a Myth?
Teething, a natural process that every baby goes through in their lifetime. Although necessary, it is a reasonably tough time for both individuals, the baby and parents. It is one of those growth parameters that parents look forward to. However, apart from the appearance of teeth, numerous symptoms indicate the teething phase, such as fever, […]
How Long Does A Laryngitis Infection Last?
Your throat houses many structures such as tonsils, uvula, pharynx, larynx, etc. Any structure can undergo inflammation; the condition is known as laryngitis when the larynx is hit. This part of your throat is also known as the voice box and is supposed to help us speak. What if larynx infection and consequent laryngitis is […]
What Is That Black Spot On Teeth?
There are many differences between cavities and stains, but the most important distinction is that cavities are permanent damage to your teeth while stains can usually be removed. Both of these can be serious problems that require treatment; however, they are not the same thing. Here, we will take a look at the differences between […]
How Does Subgingival Calculus Forms – Plus 5 Tips To Prevent It!
If you’re like most people, you probably don’t give much thought to calculus – that is, until your dentist starts talking about it. Believe it or not, calculus can form both on and below the gum line, and if left untreated, can lead to all sorts of problems including gingivitis and even tooth loss. Let’s […]
What Are Lisps and What Causes Them?: A Guide to the Speech Disorder
Do you sometimes have trouble understanding people when they talk? Do their words sound slurred or strange? If so, there’s a good chance that they have a lisp. A lisp is a speech disorder that affects the way someone pronounces certain sounds. In this guide, we will discuss what lisps are, what causes them, and […]
Everything You Need to Know About A Front Tooth Crown
Do you have a chipped or cracked tooth? Have you been told by your dentist that you need a front tooth crown? If so, you may be wondering what this is and why you need it. A front tooth crown is a dental restoration that is used to cover and protect a damaged or weakened […]
What is a Dental Cantilever Bridge? Pros and Cons Explained
A dental Cantilever bridge is a type of dental bridge that uses one or more artificial teeth, called pontics, to replace missing teeth. The pontics are attached to the abutments, which are the dental crowns that are placed on the ends of the healthy teeth adjacent to the empty space. Cantilever bridges offer several advantages […]
Cracked Tooth Syndrome: What You Need to Know About This Dental Issue
If you are experiencing pain in your teeth, it is important to visit your dentist as soon as possible. Dental issues can be very painful and may require immediate treatment. One common dental problem that many people experience is cracked tooth syndrome. Below we’ll discuss what cracked tooth syndrome is, the causes of a cracked […]
How Long Does Teething Last? The complete guide to your baby’s teething process.
Teething is one of the most common milestones during a baby’s first year. It can be a difficult process for both baby and parents, but with this guide you’ll know exactly what to expect. In this blog, we will discuss how long teething lasts, the symptoms of teething, and how to make the process easier […]
Treating and Preventing Pain from Teeth Grinding: Effective Ways to Keep Your Smile Healthy
Do you grind your teeth at night? If so, you’re not alone. Teeth grinding, also known as bruxism, is a common problem that can cause pain and discomfort in the jaw, teeth, and head. We will discuss some of the best ways to treat and prevent pain from teeth grinding in Houston, TX. Keep reading […]