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Our teeth are white. Over time, of course, they can become stained by things such as the foods and drinks we enjoy. Your teeth shouldn’t look transparent, though—if your teeth have a translucent quality to them, you’re likely seeing a bigger problem. Translucent teeth can happen slowly over time for a variety of …

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Sleep apnea affects millions of Americans and often goes undiagnosed. This is because sleep apnea has symptoms that can mimic other disorders. From headaches and fatigue to mood swings and depression, sleep apnea might be tricky to diagnose, but it’s so important that you get a proper diagnosis. Besides the common …

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With summer approaching so fast, one of the last things you’re probably thinking about is your smile. People tend to be so busy making their summer plans and arranging care and activities for the children that they forget how important oral care is, even during the summer vacation. Below are some of the best tips …

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Teeth grinding, also called bruxism, is a condition in which the top and bottom rows of teeth rub against each other. Although some people know they grind their teeth, others are largely unaware of it. This is because bruxism often happens at night while you sleep. However, there are several signs that you might …

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Wanting whiter teeth is something more and more people have been pursuing the last few years. Many dental hygiene companies offer over-the- counter options for getting your teeth whiter. Although these alternatives seem cost-friendly, they’re really no match for a professional whitening at your dentist’s office. …

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Although enamel is the strongest substance in the body, this doesn’t mean it’s safe from damage. Enamel is designed to protect your teeth and shelter the nerves and roots within, so it makes sense that cavities and sensitive teeth are common consequences of enamel damage. Here’s the long list of things that damage …

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If you have acid reflux disease, medically known as gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD), you could be receiving some serious damage to your teeth and not realize it. In patients with GERD, acid and undigested food can come up the esophagus when it’s not supposed to. This leads to symptoms of heartburn, but it …

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Weak tooth enamel means that your enamel isn’t doing its job to protect your teeth from decay. Tooth enamel is the hard and shiny layer over your teeth that essentially protects our teeth from hot and cold temperatures, tooth decay, and more! You may experience more cavities than the normal person if you have weak …

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By the time your child is a toddler, he or she should have the majority of their primary teeth in. This is a great time to begin teaching your child how to care for his or her teeth while you still help and supervise their oral health habits. But what happens when you notice some tooth discoloration in your child— …

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Clenching your teeth is actually part of a condition called bruxism, which is also referred to as teeth grinding. Clenching your teeth is extremely damaging to your teeth, gums, and your jaw. Many people clench their teeth while they sleep, when the force of your jaw will be much greater than it is when you’re …

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