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When to Remove Wisdom Teeth Growing In Sep 24, 2019

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...

Roof of Mouth Swollen Sep 23, 2019

Roof of mouth swollen can be caused by infection, physical trauma or certain medical treatment. Try home remedies like salt water, ice cube or baking soda to ease the pain. View Full Article...

Wisdom Teeth Swelling Sep 19, 2019

Wisdom teeth swelling can happen before and after extraction. Know why wisdom teeth swell and find ways to soothe this swelling before and after extraction! View Full Article...

Is Baking Soda Bad for Your Teeth? Sep 16, 2019

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...

Top 6 Important Reasons to Wear Dentures Sep 09, 2019

Wearing dentures brings you many benefits, such as more confidence, closing gaps, etc. But you have to clean it well to avoid any oral conditions. View Full Article...

Tooth Sensitive to Cold Sep 07, 2019

Tooth sensitive to cold is really annoying. Here are 8 main causes, like aggressive brushing, exposed root, etc. and some useful treatments to soothe your suffering. View Full Article...

Is Canker Sore Contagious? Sep 06, 2019

Is canker sore contagious? Can you differentiate it from contagious cold sore? How to prevent canker sores and prevent it from happening? Know all here! View Full Article...

Orthodontic Insurance Aug 24, 2019

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

Reversing Gum Disease Aug 20, 2019

Reversing gum disease is possible with early detection of it; signs include swelling, redness and bleeding. Remedies like oil pulling can help, but if severe, seek medical help! View Full Article...

Irreversible Pulpitis Aug 11, 2019

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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