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Although tooth enamel is actually tougher than your bones, this doesn’t mean that it’s not susceptible to injury, just as your bones are not immune to fractures. In fact, it’s easier than you think to chip or crack a tooth. While injuries such as these can happen for a variety of reasons to teeth, some of the most …

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A cracked tooth can happen as the result of an accident, misuse of the teeth, or even teeth grinding. For some people, a cracked tooth won’t cause any symptoms; however, an injured tooth should always be evaluated by a dentist, as cracked teeth can eventually cause tooth loss if left unchecked. Depending on the …

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If you’re a new parent, much of your time is devoted to keeping your little one safe. As babies move closer to their toddler years and begin exploring for themselves, accidents can happen. Children who have some of their primary teeth in—or, babies older than six months or one year—can be prone to chipping their …

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Mouthguards are essential when it comes to sports, even for adults. Mouthguards are usually mandatory for contact sports such as football, lacrosse, wrestling, and hockey. However, even wearing a mouthguard during non-contact sports such as soccer, basketball, and baseball can help prevent injuries. Any child who …

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Taking care of your smile is more than just brushing and flossing—it’s also being choosy about the foods you eat. Everyone knows that sugar is bad for your teeth, but there are plenty of other foods that can damage your teeth as well. These include hard foods that can crack or chip your teeth—a cracked tooth needs …

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