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Some people have teeth that are streaked or spotted with areas that are whiter than the rest of the teeth. These areas can have a chalky appearance and may be subtle or obvious. These white spots are a sign of dental fluorosis. The severity of dental fluorosis varies and while many people won’t have their …

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Getting a root canal allows you to save your natural tooth to avoid getting a replacement. Whether due to trauma or decay, a root canal procedure will be similar to getting a filling and you’ll need to follow your dentist’s instructions for caring for your tooth afterward. Eating the right foods can help …

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Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA) is a sleep disorder that can affect people of all ages. It’s most common among middle-aged men, but anyone, including infants, can have the disorder. During OSA, the airway collapses and produces pauses in breathing that can last for a minute or longer. People will wake up gasping for …

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A dental implant is a tooth replacement that helps restore the appearance and function of your teeth. Dental implants are strong, lifelike, and can complete your smile when you having missing teeth. The actual implant consists of a small screw that’s inserted into the jaw onto which a dental crown will be placed. …

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Flossing plays an instrumental role in removing plaque and food debris that gets stuck between your teeth that can contribute to cavities and gum disease [1]. Brushing simply can’t reach the tight spaces between teeth like floss can. It’s why the American Dental Association recommends flossing once per day for …

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It can be embarrassing to have bad breath, but to have to deal with it as an going issue can be unbearably frustrating. Chronic bad breath may be trying to tell you something about your oral health in addition to impacting your professional life and your personal relationships. When you’re at your wit’s end …

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If you’re a habitual snorer, your nightly snoring could be doing more than disturbing your sleep or your partner’s sleep. Snoring typically means your airway is obstructed while sleeping, although the reasons for this could vary. So what exactly does your nightly snoring mean? Here’s why you might not want to …

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Your child’s baby teeth are essential to their adult smile. Baby teeth help guide permanent teeth into place, so losing a baby tooth early can impact your child’s future smile. Caring for primary teeth until they naturally fall out can help your child have the best chance for a healthy smile. Children begin to …

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Most people are familiar with the common symptoms of temporomandibular joint (TMJ) disorders. These symptoms include jaw pain, muscle tension in the jaw, neck, shoulders, or back, headaches, and clicking and popping noises when moving the jaw. However, since the temporomandibular joint is so close to the …

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Getting braces can feel like more of a commitment than some adults want to make. Depending on your unique smile, some people need to wear braces for a few years before their treatment is complete. For adults who want to skip orthodontia, it makes sense to seek a cosmetic alternative to braces. When you want to …

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