Foods To Eat And Avoid After A Dental Crown Procedure

Posted on: 19 September 2022
Most foods are safe to eat with dental crowns, but others can cause your crowns to loosen, break, or come off. Damaged dental crowns can allow bacteria, plaque, and food remnants to lodge between the crown and tooth. Consequently, you become more prone to decay and other infections. Therefore, you are better off if you know the type of food to eat and those to avoid to keep your dental crowns safe.
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How Best to Avoid Dry Socket After Dental Extraction Surgery

Posted on: 16 August 2022
Dry socket is a common complication after dental extractions, especially for wisdom teeth extractions. This inflammation of an empty tooth socket happens when the blood clot that usually forms to protect the nerve endings and underlying bone fails to develop, dissolves, or dislodges. Not only is dry socket uncomfortable and even painful, but it can also delay the healing process after dental extractions. The good news is that you can avoid the complication with the following, among other tips.
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A Look At How You Might Get A Replacement Dental Bridge When Your Old One Breaks

Posted on: 12 July 2022
A dental bridge should last for years, but if you have bad habits like neglecting to brush your teeth or crunching on ice, your bridge may not last as long. A bridge can be replaced if necessary, and sometimes a bridge can even be repaired so you don't have to go through the process of removing it.  When the problem is with a tooth the bridge is attached to, or if the bridge is broken, removing and replacing it may be the best option.
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5 Dental Problems That Can Occur If You Don't Brush Your Teeth

Posted on: 21 April 2022
Brushing your teeth morning and night is the simplest means of keeping your oral health in good condition. A clean mouth means there is less bad bacteria around to cause problems in your mouth. When bacteria are allowed to flourish in your mouth, various dental problems may soon follow. Here are some of the worst dental conditions that can arise if you don't brush your teeth. 1. Gum disease Oral bacteria like streptococcus mutans are very bad for your gums.
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