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Whether you’re still trying to get pregnant or already in your second trimester, it’s time to consider your dental health. Because pregnancy hormones cause changes to your teeth and gums, dental hygiene should be a part of your prenatal plan. In this post, we list down common pregnancy-related dental issues, treatments, and tips on how to stay on top of your oral health while p …
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If the thought of going to the dentist stresses you out more than other things, you may be suffering from a form of anxiety. Yes, dental anxiety is real—and it might be preventing you from maintaining a good oral health routine. You don’t have to suffer from your fear of dentists forever. Here are five simple ways to help you calm those nerves the next time you sit in a dentist …
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Like natural teeth, dentures are prone to acquiring damage and decay. Caring for them is a must, whether you’re wearing full dentures or partials. It will not only make them last longer but also keep your mouth looking and feeling its best. Here are five tips on how to maintain your dentures:1. Know how to clean them They may look like your real pearly whites, but dentures …
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It may be an excruciating toothache at night, or a chipped tooth during a meal—dental emergencies can happen to the best of us. If your dentist's appointment is still months away, you might need to call an emergency dentist who can see you immediately. In this article, we list down examples of instances when you need to call urgent dental care, and what to do while you wait.Whe …
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If you’ve ever had a nagging toothache, you probably remember how much you dreaded the evenings. Toothaches are bothersome any time of the day, but they’re prominently worse during the night. There are several reasons that this is true, and we’re listing some of them in this article. Read on to understand why your toothache is keeping you up at night, and get tips on how to rel …
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