Living Through Premature Tooth Loss

2 Tips For Dealing With A Numb Mouth After Having Dental Work Done

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For most dental surgeries, such as tooth extractions, fillings, etc., you will have your mouth numbed. This is done to eliminate the feeling of pain during the procedure, and replace it with a feeling of pressure. However, the numb feeling that you experience during the procedure is often going to last for quite some time after your dental work is done. Not being able to feel your mouth can often be somewhat dangerous and can make doing some things a bit more difficult.…

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What Different Methods Are Used To Replace Missing Teeth?

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Having missing teeth often causes a very negative impact on the self esteem. Those who suffer from missing teeth often find it very embarrassing to smile at others or speak freely in social settings. Eating and chewing may also be difficult depending on which teeth are missing. Fortunately, this problem can be corrected so the person can regain confidence in their smile. These are some different methods that are used to replace missing teeth.…

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Choosing All On Four Implants Instead Of Dentures

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If your teeth are in ill health and your dentist has suggested the removal of all or most of your teeth, then you may be concerned about restoration. The two main restoration methods that are available to you include dentures and dental implants. It may seem like a daunting task to have all your teeth replaced with implants. The good news is that you do not need an implant roof for every single tooth.…

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