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3 Health Conditions And Treatments That Can Harm Your Veneers

Posted by on Jan 4, 2017 in Uncategorized | Comments Off on 3 Health Conditions And Treatments That Can Harm Your Veneers

If you have deep tooth staining that does not resolve even after professional whitening procedures, or if your teeth are misshapen or broken, your dentist may recommend that you get porcelain dental veneers. These restorations fit over your natural teeth to hide imperfections, and while very durable, they typically do not last a lifetime. Veneers are usually more resistant than your own teeth to everyday wear and tear; however, there are certain health conditions and their treatments that may warrant replacement. Here are three medical conditions and treatments that may harm your dental veneers and what you can do about them: Acid Reflux Disease Acid reflux disease causes irritating gastric acid to migrate up into the upper digestive tract. If you have chronic heartburn that is accompanied by constant throat clearing, coughing, a bad taste in your mouth, hypersalivation,...

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2 Natural Oil Treatments To Help Treat A Tooth Abscess

Posted by on Oct 11, 2016 in Uncategorized | Comments Off on 2 Natural Oil Treatments To Help Treat A Tooth Abscess

When you are dealing with the pain and infection of a tooth abscess, you may not have access to immediate professional dental care to get relief from the pain. With a tooth abscess, which is a pocket of infected pus inside the center of your tooth, your tooth and gums will be swollen, you may have a foul-tasting discharge in your mouth, and you may suffer from a fever. Here are two natural oil treatment methods you can use to help eliminate the pain and infection of a tooth abscess. Apply Oils Clove oil is an effective oil to help a tooth infection and abscess and is extracted from the dried flower buds of a Myrtaceae tree family. Clove oil is used to help fight off infections of bacteria and fungus, has antiseptic properties, and helps reduce pain and...

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Teen Orthodontics: What To Do When Your Young Teen Wears Homemade Braces

Posted by on Aug 12, 2016 in Uncategorized | Comments Off on Teen Orthodontics: What To Do When Your Young Teen Wears Homemade Braces

If your young teen refuses to see a professional orthodontist for care and chooses to wear homemade rubber bands on their teeth instead, you may wonder what you can do to change their mind. While some dental trends can be helpful and beneficial to your family’s dental health, such as whitening your teeth, other trends can be dangerous, including wearing homemade braces. Here’s how homemade braces damage your teen’s teeth and jaws, some reasons why your teen my be choosing to wear homemade braces, and what you can do to help them straighten their teeth safely. How Can Homemade Braces Harm Your Teen’s Teeth and Jaws? A number of teens obtain the instructions they need to make homemade braces from popular online sites, such as Youtube and social media platforms. Other teens may acquire the information from students in their...

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Information About Pericoronitis: Its Cause And How To Treat It

Posted by on Jun 3, 2016 in Uncategorized | Comments Off on Information About Pericoronitis: Its Cause And How To Treat It

Approximately seven to eight adults out of every ten have had their wisdom teeth removed, and there is good reason for those statistics. Wisdom teeth often cause crowding of the other teeth, and partially erupted teeth can result in other issues, including a condition known as pericoronitis. This painful disorder is a common complication that occurs when wisdom teeth begin to emerge. Below is more information on pericoronitis and what options are available for treatment: What is pericoronitis? Pericoronitis is an inflammatory condition of the tissues surrounding any partially erupted tooth, but it is usually associated with wisdom teeth due to the higher likelihood of problems with emergence. In cases of pericoronitis associated with wisdom teeth, the affected emergent tooth will be partially covered by a flap of gum tissue. As a result, food particles can be easily trapped...

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Juicy Details Regarding The Dental Dangers Of Your Toddler’s Excessive Juice Consumption

Posted by on May 11, 2016 in Uncategorized | Comments Off on Juicy Details Regarding The Dental Dangers Of Your Toddler’s Excessive Juice Consumption

As a parent, you most likely understand the importance of regular visits to the dentist for your toddler’s oral health. Unfortunately, certain common habits can wreak havoc on your toddler’s teeth, even with good oral hygiene. While surprising to learn, fruit juice is not a healthy beverage for your child. Although a healthy amount of juice consumption is acceptable, over consumption can lead to obesity, diabetes, gastrointestinal issues, and dental problems. Children between the ages of 1 and 6 years of age should not consume more than 6 ounces of 100 percent pasteurized fruit juice per day. If more is consumed, your child’s dental health will be affected. Using this guide, you will understand the dental dangers your child will face when drinking an increased amount of fruit juice. Dental Dangers Whether you give your toddler juice drinks, fruity-flavored...

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2-Step Home Remedy For Naturally Treating Your Toddler’s Teething Eruption Cyst

Posted by on Apr 11, 2016 in Uncategorized | Comments Off on 2-Step Home Remedy For Naturally Treating Your Toddler’s Teething Eruption Cyst

If your child develops an eruption cyst while teething, they may have some discomfort until the cyst resolves itself. If so, use the following two-step guide to treating your toddler’s symptoms using natural ingredients. Ingredients And Supplies You Will Need To make the home remedy, you will need to gather the following supplies and ingredients. The ingredients can be found in natural health shops, pharmacies and some grocery stores. Small saucer Two tablespoons of cool water One teaspoon of sea salt Cotton swab Small glass of cool water Small plastic bowl with a lid One-quarter of a cup of cool water Eight drops of peppermint oil Six drops of chamomile essential oil A teething ring The sea salt used in the first step helps relieve the pain caused by the cyst. It also helps kill any germs on the surface of the gum that could...

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