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When Can I Eat Solid Food After Wisdom Teeth Removal?

June 15, 2021

Even though we all love smoothies and ice cream, a common question our patients ask is, “When can I eat solid food after wisdom teeth removal?” Well, there are multiple factors at play here. How soon you’ll start eating solid foods mainly depends on the patient’s comfort level and how fast the healing process is … Continue reading “When Can I Eat Solid Food After Wisdom Teeth Removal?”

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Risk Factors for Oral Cancer: Are You High Risk?

April 30, 2021

Just as with any medical condition, certain factors put us at higher risk for developing it. The biggest of all risk factors for oral cancer is tobacco use, which accounts for over 80% of all cases. However, there are many other risks involved, and it’s essential to know your level of risk. Tobacco & Alcohol … Continue reading “Risk Factors for Oral Cancer: Are You High Risk?”

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What Are Dental Implants Made Of?

April 15, 2021

Dental implants have become an increasingly popular way to replace a lost tooth, repair a gap instead of choosing a bridge, or even as an alternative to dentures. An implant is fixed permanently in place, so the teeth look and feel like the real thing, making them an excellent solution for many patients. But what … Continue reading “What Are Dental Implants Made Of?”

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Lower Jaw Fractures: What to Expect

March 30, 2021

Lower jaw fractures, or mandibular fractures, can happen for several reasons. The most common are vehicle accidents and, unfortunately, acts of violence. Just as with other fractures within the body, these breaks can range from mild to severe, come with a variety of symptoms, and require a personalized treatment plan. Symptoms of a Mandibular Fracture … Continue reading “Lower Jaw Fractures: What to Expect”

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HPV and Oral Cancer: What You Should Know

March 15, 2021

According to the CDC, up to 70% of oropharyngeal cancers are caused by the human papillomavirus, or HPV. Their studies show that 10% of men and nearly 4% of women have some form of oral HPV. While there are 200 strains of this virus, only a handful of them are thought to be oncogenic. Still, … Continue reading “HPV and Oral Cancer: What You Should Know”

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How Important Is It To Have An Updated Dental Record?

February 28, 2021

Your dental record is one of the most important pieces of a document that your dental clinic maintains. This record contains your personal and health-related information, your consent, diagnostic results, details of all your treatment and procedure, and finally, your dentist’s and your conversations. Every time you visit your dentist, he/she will go through your … Continue reading “How Important Is It To Have An Updated Dental Record?”

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How Can You Convince Someone To Brush Their Teeth?

February 15, 2021

You might think that getting someone to brush their teeth every morning is not your responsibility. Unfortunately, many people do not regard dental hygiene as a high priority on their to-do list. This happens because, since childhood, their bad dental hygiene habits are now carried on until adulthood, and directly it can affect your relationship. … Continue reading “How Can You Convince Someone To Brush Their Teeth?”

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Do You Brush The Insides Of Your Cheeks?

January 30, 2021

You have been hearing this since you were a child that you should brush your teeth, at least twice a day and for two to three minutes every time. And use floss regularly. However, it is not only recommended to clean the surface of the mouth, such as the tongue, but you should also clean … Continue reading “Do You Brush The Insides Of Your Cheeks?”

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Why Should You Keep Your Toothbrush Holder Clean?

January 15, 2021

An independent health organization in the US reports that it is difficult to tell which room in your house is the germiest of all? The bathroom or the kitchen? The reports mentioned areas of the home where they thought most of the household germs were vs. where they really were. These are some bacterias they … Continue reading “Why Should You Keep Your Toothbrush Holder Clean?”

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What To Eat After Your Wisdom Teeth Removal?

December 30, 2020

Wisdom teeth are well known as third molars, which grow at the back of your gums and are the last set of teeth to emerge. Most people have four wisdom teeth, with one growing in each corner of the mouth. Due to lack of space at the back of the mouth, the emerging wisdom can … Continue reading “What To Eat After Your Wisdom Teeth Removal?”

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