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How Long Does Internal Tooth Bleaching Last?

May 15, 2024 31 Views

Are you frustrated with your teeth? Despite your efforts with over-the-counter teeth whitening products–gels, strips, and those flashy LED kits—one tooth won't whiten. This is a common issue, and it could be a sign that the inside of your tooth is damaged.

How To Deal With A Throbbing Toothache?

Apr 15, 2024 111 Views

Have you ever woken up from sleep due to a throbbing tooth? It can be an extremely painful situation and may disrupt your peace of mind. While this type of toothache is not that common, it can happen due to various causes.

Is Nitrous Oxide Sedation Safe For My Kid?

Mar 30, 2024 78 Views

Visiting the dentist can trigger fear and anxiety in children, especially when they have to go through an invasive procedure. To help children cope with dental anxiety and make them feel relaxed, most dental clinics offer nitrous oxide sedation.

What To Expect After Root Canal Treatment?

Mar 15, 2024 83 Views

If you are scheduled for a root canal treatment, you feel anxious before undergoing the procedure. Root canals are standard dental treatments aimed at preserving a severely damaged or infected tooth.

Is Tooth Sensitivity After Crown Normal?

Feb 15, 2024 100 Views

If you have recently gotten a dental crown, then you’re probably expecting a smooth ride from here on out. But we are here to tell you not to drop down your guard! While crowns are a great solution for restoring damaged or missing teeth, they can also trigger tooth sensitivity and discomfort.

4 Different Ways to Clean Aligners

Jan 15, 2024 133 Views

Clear aligners are meant to be worn throughout the day, which means it’s easy for the bacteria to cling to its surface, putting your teeth at risk of decay. This is why you should clean your aligners as often as you can, especially since your saliva also contains harmful bacteria. Not to mention, cleaning your aligners gets rid of the foul taste and smell in your mouth. But the question is, how are you supposed to clean it in the right way?

When Can You Brush Your Teeth After Wisdom Teeth Removal?

Dec 30, 2023 175 Views

Getting your wisdom teeth extracted can feel like a huge burden has been lifted off your mouth. You no longer have to sit through the sudden stabs of pain. While extractions can sometimes cause discomfort on their own, they ultimately get rid of the main source of the problem. However, one of the most common questions our patients ask is when they can brush their teeth after wisdom tooth removal. So, if you’re stuck in the same loop, questioning whether or not you can continue with your oral hygiene routine, make sure to keep reading this blog.

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