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What Are the Signs That You Need a Root Canal?

Jul 15, 2022107 Views

When decay reaches your tooth’s pulp, it gets infected and inflamed. Root canal refers to a dental procedure that removes and cleans out the decay in your tooth’s root and pulp. But how do you know it has extended to your tooth’s pulp? We have listed a few signs indicating that you need a root […]

Why Is There a Pimple on My Tongue?

Jun 30, 20221030 Views

Having a pimple on your tongue can be a cause of major discomfort. Usually, tongue bumps are not due to a severe health issue. However, just the presence of a bump on the tongue is not enough to make a diagnosis. There are many reasons they occur, and we have discussed some common causes in […]

Why Are My Teeth See-through? What to Do?

Jun 15, 2022488 Views

Enamel loss has many symptoms, like see-through teeth. If your teeth look clear at the bottom, you suffer from enamel loss. Tooth enamel is a protective coat for your teeth. However, factors like an acidic diet, health conditions, poor oral hygiene, and more can erode it. As a result, tooth damage occurs due to no […]

How to Whiten Teeth with Baking Soda: Four Easy Remedies

May 30, 2022674 Views

Baking soda, chemically known as sodium bicarbonate, is an effective way to whiten your teeth. You might enjoy sipping your coffee and red wine and munching on sugary snacks. But did you know they play a major role in discoloring your teeth? Don’t worry, though; baking soda can help. Keep reading to get in on […]

4 Causes of Tooth Pain After Root Canal

May 15, 2022382 Views

Did you recently go through the ordeal of having a root canal? Well, the worst might not be over yet. Thus, if you are experiencing tooth pain after a root canal, we will give you a few reasons. Why Do I Have Tooth Pain After Root Canal? Experiencing minor tooth pain after a root canal […]

Is Alum A Remedy For Canker Sores?

Apr 30, 20222440 Views

A canker sore, generally recollected as an Aphthous ulcer, is a non-contagious mouth lesion. Such open sores are a great source of terrible pain. They typically take about 3 to 4 weeks in order to heal if left untreated medically. But why is there a need to wait? We have many methods or remedies to […]

The Whys and Hows of Post-Filling Tooth Pain

Apr 15, 2022791 Views

Are you experiencing tooth pain after filling? A tooth filling is a standard dental procedure. When your tooth starts decaying or a cavity occurs, dental fillings come to the rescue. It is a pretty simple procedure where your dentist cleans out and removes the cavity after numbing the area around the decayed tooth. It is […]

Gum Disease Treatments Dentists Approved

Feb 28, 2022163 Views

It seems like everyone talks about illnesses these days. We should be aware of any bacteria that can make us ill or sick. And of course, we shouldn’t forget about mouth bacteria, especially the ones that penetrate gums. Do you know that there are several gum diseases caused by bacteria? And as Dentists, here are […]

Solutions to Minimize Fear of Dental Appointment

Feb 15, 2022140 Views

If you have an overwhelming fear of dental appointments, you are not alone. Millions of people suffer from dental anxiety ranging from mild to severe. Many patients consider themselves “dental phobics”. It is a common condition that can have a serious impact on your dental health. Anxiety can have a detrimental effect on people’s dental […]

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