Everything to Know About Teeth Grinding

Teeth grinding or bruxism is a common condition. Over 20% of Americans are regular teeth grinders. In fact, 5% of the world’s population forcefully grinds their teeth. Teeth grinding includes involuntary grinding, gnashing, and clenching of teeth. While many people have this condition, they are often not aware of their teeth grinding. It is usually…

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Misaligned Teeth and Probable Causes

Dental problems are quite common today. One of the major concerns people have is crooked or misaligned teeth. Nine out of ten people have slightly misaligned teeth that teeth do not fit into jawlines. While many people only face a minor misalignment, cases of severe misalignments could result in difficulty with eating, speaking, or breathing.  …

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Cavities in Kids’ teeth: What are the signs?

Getting your kids to look after their teeth can be difficult. Every child has thrown a temper tantrum about having to brush their teeth before bed. Cavities are one of the most common problems that young children deal with. Looking after kids’ teeth is the best way to set them up for good oral hygiene…

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What is the Importance of a Dental Exam?

Going for a regular dental exam is key to maintaining your dental health. Whether it’s a professional cleaning or a check-up, these dental exams are an opportunity to identify potential problems early on. Maintaining the health of your teeth and gums helps to prevent oral infections that can cause problems elsewhere in your body. Your…

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You Better Tell These things to Your Dentist

Did you know almost 1 out of 4 adults in America suffers from dental health issues? Dental health can impact many parts of our lives, often without our knowledge. On the other hand, dentists understand how important dental health is and how it may enhance or hurt your overall health. Dentists can get a lot…

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Recovering from Gum Graft Surgery

  Gingival recession, commonly known as receding gums, is a condition where your gum line recedes, exposing the roots of the teeth. There may be multiple factors causing your gums to recede, but unfortunately, it is impossible to grow them back.   Studies suggest that around 50% of the world’s population suffers from gingival recession,…

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