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Braces come with the shiny prospect of brightening your smile and straightening your pearly whites once and for all. But most of the time, people complain about experiencing jaw pain after undergoing the treatment. So, if you find yourself wincing when you bite down on food or wake up with a sore jaw, it’s probably because you just got your braces tightened. However, to learn why this happens and how you can minimize the pain, carry on reading this blog.
A chipped tooth is a pretty common occurrence, but what about a chipped molar? Usually, you don’t really pay attention to your molars until a wisdom tooth is about to grow out. So, when a molar gets chipped or broken in any way, your brain might start spiraling in confusion, wondering what to do next. To learn how to deal with a chipped molar that has no pain, keep reading this blog.
You’ve probably heard of a dental crown — a cap-like cover customized specifically for a damaged or decayed tooth. But have you ever wondered how a crown is applied to the tooth? Or rather, how much tooth is even needed for a crown to fit snugly on top of it?
Dental fillings are one of the quickest treatments for a cavity. However, if you’ve ever had to sit through the procedure, you’re probably familiar with the odd, tingly sensation you get after. With all the drilling, poking, and sealing going on, it’s not uncommon for you to experience numbness post-filling. At first, it might be quite uncomfortable to deal with, especially since it makes half of your mouth feel like it's not even there. But no matter how disorienting it may seem, it is a temporary side effect of the anesthetic. To learn more about the filling procedure and how long the numbness lasts, make sure to keep reading this blog.
Most people tend to breathe a sigh of relief once they are done with tooth extraction. After all, the worst of it all is over, right? Well, not quite. As tempting as it may be to resume your normal routine, there are certain things you absolutely must avoid after a tooth extraction. Whether it's munching on your favorite snacks, sipping a latte through the straw, or heading back to the gym, these harmless actions can lead to a lot of dental complications. So much so that if you aren’t careful, it could dislodge the blood clot, causing a dry socket.
Dental fillings are supposed to be relieving. They help to seal your tooth from future decay. But what if, one day, the filling plops down in your mouth, coming loose from its position? Your initial reaction might be to panic.
In theory, jaw pain doesn’t sound half as bad as it really is. You might think a quick ice pack over the area will alleviate the pain...
Getting braces is a big decision, especially with how much of your day-to-day activities get affected by it. From eating habits to oral hygiene, a lot of your habits have to go through a big change.
Tooth extractions are known to bring about a myriad of emotions — be it relief from the excruciating pain or the nervousness of maintaining the ...