Tips For Surviving A Root Canal

Posted on: 17 October 2016
You probably have heard horror stories about root canals. However, you also know that in order for your mouth to remain healthy and for you to be able to chew properly, without any pain, you might need to get one. If your dentist recommends a root canal, you might feel too fearful to schedule one. Here are some things that you can do ahead of time to make the prospect of a root canal less scary so that you can actually get yourself to schedule one.
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Are Pacifiers Bad For Your Baby's Teeth?

Posted on: 28 September 2016
One thing that can diminish your newborn bliss is unsolicited advice from relatives, friends, and even strangers. One thing that arouses strong reactions is the presence or absence of a pacifier. The pacifier is either seen as a necessary comfort for your baby or as a teeth-ruining device. Before you decide on whether to use a pacifier or not, you need to know the facts. Positives Parents know that listening to a baby cry can be distressing, so giving a baby a pacifier is often an act of self-preservation.
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4 Ways To Help Your Child's Teeth Remain Healthy

Posted on: 9 September 2016
As your child grows, you may become increasingly concerned about the state of his or her oral health. Nevertheless, there are things that you can do to help ensure that your child's teeth remain healthy. Here are a few of them: Let your child choose his or her own toothpaste. When using toothpaste in a flavor that your little one enjoys, he or she may brush longer. It can be difficult for a child to suffer through the harsh minty taste of an adult paste that is designed to prevent bad breath.
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Early Signs Of Mouth Cancer

Posted on: 2 August 2016
The chance of surviving oral cancel is good. According to the National Institute of Dental Craniofacial Research (NIDCR), around 60% of United States oral cancer patients recover after five years. Catching it early is important to be in this statistic, which means you need to look out for these early signs of mouth cancer. M is for Mouth Pain Not all pain will need medication. Some of it will be a slight discomfort, like the feeling of something constantly stuck in your throat.
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