It's An Investment In Your Dental Health: How To Protect Your New Implants

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If you’ve decided to choose a dental implant to replace your missing front teeth, you’ll want to be prepared for the care. Your new dental implants will look and act like your natural teeth, which means you’ll need to care for them like you would your natural teeth. Without proper care, you can develop problems with your implants. Not only that, but without proper care, you can also develop problems that will affect your gums, as well as your remaining natural teeth.…

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Two Reasons Why It's So Important To Replace Those Missing Teeth

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Losing a tooth can be a rather traumatic experience. If the tooth is in the back of your mouth it’s a bit easier to hide, but when it happens to one of the teeth that would usually be highly visible to other people the situation becomes even harder to deal with. If it’s been some time since you lost the tooth you might have learned how to live with it and are content to leave things as they are; this is a big mistake because teeth are about so much more than just cosmetics.…

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Foods And Drinks To Avoid After A Cavity Extraction

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In most cases, a tooth that has a cavity can be repaired with a filling or a crown. But, when a tooth is decayed beyond repair, a cavity extraction may be needed. When your dentist does a cavity extraction, the entire tooth is removed from the gums. It is not uncommon to experience some discomfort and pain after a cavity extraction, and it can take some time for the area where the tooth was extracted to heal.…

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