You Can Prevent Gingivitis

Posted on: 9 January 2019

When you brush your teeth and see a little bit of red on your toothbrush, you might think that it's kind of normal or no big deal. But, if you are seeing any kind of blood on your toothbrush that isn't normal and it is a big deal. It can be a sign that you have gingivitis, which can be a serious problem.  Gingivitis Gingivitis is gum disease. One of the biggest signs that you have it is the fact that you are seeing blood when you are brushing your teeth and that your gums are swollen and inflamed after brushing.
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What Is The Best Age For Braces?

Posted on: 11 December 2018

If you are curious to know when the best age is for braces, you will likely hear that there really is no perfect age. It varies from person to person, and it highly depends on the person's teeth. In some cases, starting orthodontic treatment is best before permanent teeth come in, but there are other times when age really does not matter. Here are some of the factors that can affect the timing that is right for a person to get braces.
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Dealing With Sensitivity After Teeth Whitening

Posted on: 6 November 2018

A professional teeth whitening treatment can give you the bright smile you've always dreamed about having. However, you may likely experience some sensitivity afterwards. It's a perfectly normal side effect and should subside within a day or two. If you do feel discomfort, there are several ways to make yourself feel better. Avoid Hot and Cold Foods and Beverages  After a teeth whitening treatment, your teeth will be extremely sensitive to hot and cold foods and beverages.
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Skipping Out On The Dentist? 2 Symptoms That Tells You To Go Immediately

Posted on: 12 October 2018

If you do not see your dentist on a regular basis, you will eventually start having problems with your teeth. In most cases, these problems will lead to much worse problems. To prevent anything from happening below are two symptoms you may have that should have you running to your dentist. 1. See Blood When You Brush If you see blood when you spit out your toothpaste, this could be due to gum disease, also known as periodontal disease or gingivitis.
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