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How Long Does Tooth Extraction Take to Heal?

Oct 30, 20231118 Views

A common misconception about tooth extraction is “getting your teeth pulled,” but we cannot blame anyone for this. During ancient times, rotten teeth had to be pulled out to improve oral health, which in modern times seems like a pain beyond imagination. Today, dental professionals are all equipped with modern tools, techniques, and anesthetics, and the fear of tooth extraction has subsided to a great extent. The next burning hot query is: how long does it takes to heal once a tooth is extracted? Let’s explore what to expect at every stage.

Tips for Taking Care of Your Ceramic Braces

Oct 15, 2023983 Views

Hey there! So, you've got these ceramic braces, and you're on this rollercoaster journey to a straighter smile. It's like having a secret garden on your teeth, right? Now, let's talk about how to give them the TLC they deserve. Think of it as a little self-love for your pearly whites.

Common Symptoms Indicating the Need for Wisdom Teeth Removal

Sep 30, 2023543 Views

Ah, the wisdom teeth – those late bloomers that seem to arrive just when we thought our days of teething were long behind us. While they may have an impressive name, these third molars often bring along a host of issues, signaling that it might be time to consider bidding them adieu.

The Pearly Path to Your Baby’s Teeth

Sep 15, 2023303 Views

The arrival of a baby is a momentous occasion in any family’s life, and with it comes a series of exciting milestones. One of the most anticipated highlights is the emergence of those tiny, pearly white teeth. In contrast, every child is unique and may begin teething at different ages. Thus, it may be helpful to provide a comprehensive guide to what to expect when your child starts teething, how to alleviate their discomfort, and how to care for those precious first teeth.

How to Deal with a Knocked-Out Tooth

Aug 30, 2023422 Views

Hey there, brave soul! So, life threw you a bit of a curveball, and now you're dealing with a knocked-out tooth. Not the most pleasant experience, we get it. But fear not, because we're here to guide you through the steps of what to do when faced with a dental emergency like this.

Helping Your Child Overcome Dental Anxiety

Aug 15, 2023311 Views

Seeing your child become apprehensive or fearful about visiting the dentist can be difficult for any parent. But the good news is that with understanding and preparation, you can help ease their anxiety and make dental visits stress-free.

Choosing the Right Toothbrush and Toothpaste

Jul 30, 2023447 Views

Hey there, fellow smile enthusiasts! Let's talk about the unsung heroes of our daily dental routine – the toothbrush and toothpaste. With a gazillion options on the shelves, picking the right ones might seem like a daunting task.

Difference Between Composite and Porcelain Veneers

Jul 15, 20233991 Views

Are you looking to enhance your smile? Dental veneers can be a great option. However, before you proceed, it's important to understand the differences between composite veneers and porcelain veneers. This decision doesn't have to be difficult. By considering the information provided here, you can make an informed choice about which type of veneers is right for you.


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