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3 Reasons It’s A Bad Idea To Put Off A Root Canal

Root canals have something of an undeserved reputation as an unpleasant procedure. In reality, these procedures often involve only minimal pain and discomfort, if any at all. However, the fear of a painful dental visit, or dental anxiety in general, can sometimes cause patients to delay this important medical procedure. You must visit your dentist as soon as possible if you're experiencing pain, discomfort, swelling, or other signs of a serious tooth issue. Read More 

Potential Signs Of Juvenile Diabetes Revealed After Tooth Extraction

Juvenile diabetes, also known as type I diabetes, may be difficult to diagnose in its early stages when it may be asymptomatic. When symptoms do occur, they may include excessive urination, extreme thirst, weight loss, mood changes, and vision loss. In addition to these, other signs and symptoms of juvenile diabetes may manifest inside the oral cavity. Here are some telltale signs of juvenile diabetes that the pediatric dentistry professional may notice at your child's follow-up visit after a tooth extraction. Read More 

How Early Gum Disease Can Cause Tooth Pain

Tooth pain happens for many reasons. Cavities and tooth decay are not the only reasons for tooth pain. For example, a sinus or ear infection can cause pain in nearby teeth. Another common cause of tooth pain is gum disease. Gym disease may be to blame if your tooth is hurting and you cannot see a cavity or any signs of tooth decay. Oral bacteria cause early-stage gum disease Dentists call early-stage gum disease " Read More 

Salvaged Or Extracted: Can A Loose Adult Tooth Actually Be Saved?

Your adult set of teeth is also called your permanent, or secondary set of teeth. As such, it can be distressing when one of these teeth becomes loose—meaning that they may not be as permanent as you thought. Often a permanent tooth will become loose due to the long-term consequences of neglected oral hygiene. This slow process won't necessarily be accompanied by pain, but it's fairly likely that some discomfort will be experienced. Read More 

Counting The Cost: Why Cosmetic Dentistry Is Worth The Price

One of the reasons people avoid having cosmetic dentistry procedures done is the high cost of treatments that may not always be covered by their health insurance. While cost is a legitimate concern, having a beautiful smile can make it worth the cost. In fact, broken and discolored teeth can make you feel embarrassed when you smile, which may have a detrimental effect on your self-esteem and emotional well-being. Discolored teeth Read More 

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When I go to college next semester, I’ll be applying for my school’s pre-dentistry program. From there, I plan to go to dental school and become a cosmetic dentist. I can’t wait to learn how to help my patients uncover their most dazzling smiles. You’d be surprised how much cosmetic dentistry can do for you. I started this blog to talk about the techniques, advancements in cosmetic dentistry, new dental technology, and other news you can use concerning the field. If you’ve ever considered seeing a cosmetic dentist to improve your smile, this blog is for you. You deserve a glamorous smile too!

Latest Posts

3 Reasons It's A Bad Idea To Put Off A Root Canal
19 December 2022

Root canals have something of an undeserved reputa

Potential Signs Of Juvenile Diabetes Revealed After Tooth Extraction
19 December 2022

Juvenile diabetes, also known as type I diabetes,

How Early Gum Disease Can Cause Tooth Pain
10 November 2022

Tooth pain happens for many reasons. Cavities and

Salvaged Or Extracted: Can A Loose Adult Tooth Actually Be Saved?
11 October 2022

Your adult set of teeth is also called your perman

Counting The Cost: Why Cosmetic Dentistry Is Worth The Price
1 September 2022

One of the reasons people avoid having cosmetic de