How Can You Tell If You Need A Root Canal?

Posted on: 13 January 2016

If you need a root canal, your dentist will see the signs more clearly than you will. However, there may be some warning signs that you'll be able to identify on your own. Knowing the signs of needing a root canal and what to do about it can help you take care of your teeth. How can you tell if you need a root canal? If you need a root canal, you'll probably notice some of the following symptoms:
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3 Homemade Dental Rinses To Help Prevent Periodontal Disease

Posted on: 23 December 2015

Periodontal disease is the result of gingivitis that is not treated immediately. Periodontal disease will often destroy the gum and tissue around your teeth. This will result in loose teeth that may have to be removed by your dentist. If gingivitis is caught early on, it can be treated and you can avoid developing periodontal disease. The best way to prevent periodontal disease is by adding dental rinses to your dental care routine.
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How To Floss Your Teeth Properly

Posted on: 4 December 2015

Flossing is the best and most effective method of removing the bits of food that get trapped in between the teeth. Over time if those bits of food do not get cleaned out then they will eventually decay and begin to form bacteria that will start to attack the tooth. The bacteria will attack the enamel of the tooth and eventually lead to the formation of a cavity or other oral diseases.
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Veneers: A Great Choice For Teeth Whitening

Posted on: 16 November 2015

If you have stained or discolored teeth caused by the things you eat or drink then you are a good candidate for a teeth whitening treatment. A good teeth whitening product should be able to lighten your teeth back up by removing stains on the surface of your teeth. However, if you have teeth that are discolored for other reasons, such as a side effect of medication or a genetic condition which causes you to have thinner enamel, then teeth whitening won't work on you.
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