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Wisdom teeth are your third molars which don’t erupt through the gumline until late in adolescence. In fact, some people don’t see their wisdom teeth emerge until they are in their twenties! These third molars are well known for causing problems in the mouth. Over time, humans have had less of a need for wisdom …

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Your teeth are what you show to the world. It’s understandable that you’d want them to be beautiful and white. Unfortunately, as we age, our tooth enamel is subject to staining. How does this happen? Tooth enamel is actually porous. Over time, our teeth can get stained. This happens for a few reasons, lack of …

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Gum disease is all too common in adults. Approximately 50% of them have some form of this disease! Gum disease happens when bacteria and plaque aren’t routinely removed from the mouth. They then begin to irritate the teeth near the gumline and can create pockets of infection. Although rare for children to develop …

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Teeth whitening is more popular today than it’s ever been. Everyone wants that gorgeous, white smile that everyone is talking about. Brightening your teeth with laser teeth whitening is bound to provide you with the smile you’ve been dreaming of. Laser teeth whitening happens at your dentist office and uses a …

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Sports are a great way to get some physical activity in, learn a new skill, and develop a team attitude with peers. Popular among adults and kids alike, sports are enjoyed across the board. However, there are few sports that exist without the risk for injury. Even sports deemed to be relatively safe such as soccer …

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Impacted wisdom teeth happen when there’s no room for your wisdom teeth to emerge. Your third molars will try to erupt through your gumline, but due to an underlying problem, won’t be able to. What this means is that wisdom teeth get stuck either underneath the gumline or only partially erupt through the gumline. …

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Can Gum and Tooth Infections Go Away on Their Own? When your body has an infection, it tries to fight it off by raising your white blood cell count to stop the invading bacteria. Bacteria that cause an infection rarely go away on their own. Typically, an infection will get worse without medical intervention. The …

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Losing a filling is an alarming feeling—when the filling is lost, it’s loose in your mouth and now your damaged tooth is exposed! While it’s important that you get your tooth repaired as soon as possible, here are a few things you can do in the meantime until that dentist appointment comes. The first is to get the …

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If you need braces, you might be feeling a little overwhelmed by your potential treatment. Or maybe your child needs braces and you’re worried about how long the treatment will be. While orthodontics can correct many issues with your smile, the length of treatment is discouraging to some people. Fortunately, …

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About 85% of people will need to have their wisdom teeth removed. What this means is that there are still people who keep their wisdom teeth and have no problems with them. If your wisdom teeth don’t create any problems for you before the age of 30, chances are they won’t cause any problems. However, this isn’t …

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