Post-Extraction Tooth Problems That Could Be Urgent

Posted on: 26 April 2017

If you've recently had a tooth extracted, a certain amount of swelling and discomfort is to be expected. After all, your mouth has just been through a fairly traumatic experience and it will take a few days to settle back down again. That said, you should still be on the lookout for any symptoms that could be a sign of trouble. Although post-extraction complications are uncommon, they do happen, and being able to act quickly and seek treatment is important in keeping serious problems at bay.
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How Life Can Be So Much Better If You Focus Specifically on Your Smile

Posted on: 26 April 2017

Do you consider yourself to be a generally happy individual? It's not a trick question, because many people go through their life just "making do." There are so many elements that with a little effort, could be changed for the better. For example, if you had a better or more appealing smile, just think how this could benefit you in terms of social interaction and career development. How can you make yourself happy in general by focusing on your smile?
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5 Reasons to Choose a CEREC Dental Crown

Posted on: 25 April 2017

CEREC (Chairside Economical Restoration of Esthetic Ceramics) is a method that some dentists use to create crowns and other dental restorations for their patients. Unlike traditional dental restoration techniques, CEREC allows dentists to create crowns directly, rather than taking a mould of the patient's teeth and sending it to technicians who construct the crown in a dental laboratory. Here are five reasons to choose a dentist that uses CEREC technology next time you need a dental crown.
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How to Help Your Teen Overcome a Dental Phobia

Posted on: 24 April 2017

Dental phobias are extremely common in children, and fears can sometimes endure until the teen years. While it's easy to read a young child positive stories about the dentist, promise them treats at the end of their appointment, or give them a cuddle when they're scared, teens can feel trickier to help. Your teen may deny their dental phobia, be embarrassed, or refuse to discuss the issue with you. These tips will help you deal with the situation in a way that doesn't make your teen feel uncomfortable or humiliated.
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