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Is Baking Soda Bad for Your Teeth? Dec 03, 2015

Is baking soda bad for your teeth? No, it isn’t when used properly. Baking soda can benefit your oral health by soothing ulcers, preventing gum disease and bad breath. View Full Article...

Rapid Palatal Expander Dec 03, 2015

What is a rapid palatal expander? How can it help? Here we will reveal these answers along with FAQs about the RPF. View Full Article...

Orthodontic Insurance Dec 03, 2015

Orthodontic insurance coverage can vary. Here we offer 5 best deals on orthodontics and perfect tips for making orthodontic affordable. View Full Article...

When to Remove Wisdom Teeth Growing In Dec 02, 2015

Wisdom teeth growing in can be associated with various problems, but you can decide to have it removed or not and use simple home remedies to relieve pain. View Full Article...

Dry Mouth in the Morning Dec 02, 2015

Dry mouth in the morning can cause several problems and make it difficult to swallow food. Read to learn about the causes, treatments and tips to avoid it. View Full Article...

Dry Socket After Wisdom Teeth Removal Dec 02, 2015

Dry socket, wisdom teeth removal complication, can often occur due to several factors. Here we detail those factors and give effective treatment options. View Full Article...

Burning Mouth Syndrome Treatment Dec 02, 2015

Burning mouth syndrome treatment depends on the underlying causes. Home remedies are also available to relieve the symptoms. Read for detailed causes and treatment options. View Full Article...

Dry Socket Healing Time: How Long and What to Do Dec 02, 2015

Dry socket healing time depends on your condition. It takes about a week for a dry socket to heal, usually seven to ten days when the patient has normal blood cells count. View Full Article...

Gums Bleed When Brushing Dec 02, 2015

If your gums bleed when brushing, it’s a sure sign something is wrong with your gums or overall health. See a dentist to diagnose the problem and practice good habits for relief. View Full Article...

Irreversible Pulpitis Dec 02, 2015

Irreversible pulpitis is severe inflammation in the pulp and it is unlikely to recover.Trauma or decay of the tooth are the main causes. See how to prevent this condition. View Full Article...

 
 
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