5 Tips for Exercise Enthusiasts After Dental Implant Surgery

Posted on: 9 November 2020
After dental implant surgery, the surgical site needs time to heal. This means that you should try to put exercise off for a while. Although this could be a problem if you have a regular exercise routine, the healing and stability of your new dental implant depends on it. If you have just had a dental implant placed, use the following tips to ensure your dental implant heals fully. 1. Don't Exercise for the First Few Days
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Vital Things You Should Know About Root Canal Procedures

Posted on: 2 November 2020
Root canal treatment is one of the most avoided dental procedures today, and this can be attributed to the myths and misconceptions associated with this procedure. For instance, many people assume that this treatment is extremely painful, while the truth is that it's designed to relieve the pain one experiences due to an infected tooth. The treatment is virtually painless and will make you feel better. If you are about to get a root canal procedure, be sure to read this post to understand a few vital things.
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How Your Dentist Can Help Address Tetracycline Discolouration with Teeth Whitening

Posted on: 20 October 2020
If your teeth are affected by tetracycline discolouration, you have either learned to live with it or have been frustrated by your attempts to whiten your teeth. But how has tetracycline discoloured your teeth? And is it really something you just have to live with?  Integrated Into Your Teeth Tetracycline is an antibiotic prescribed to treat several bacterial infections. As it's ingested, tetracycline can be integrated into the patient's bones, as well as their cartilage and teeth.
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Why Damaged or Decayed Teeth Deteriorate Faster Than Intact Teeth

Posted on: 6 October 2020
When intact, your teeth are protected by an impenetrable wall of enamel. Enamel is so hard that not even bone can match it in terms of hardness. But despite being the hardest material in the human body, enamel isn't very thick, unlike bone. Nor can enamel regenerate like bone can. Once damaged by trauma or decay then, a tooth cannot ever return to its former glory without a dentist's help.
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