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How Do I Know if I Need a Root Canal?

How Do I Know if I Need a Root Canal?

by Yenny (SU)
Are you experiencing persistent tooth pain that it is making it hard for you to do focus on things throughout the day, or even giving you trouble sleeping at night? In some cases, this can be due to inflamed or infected pulp in the root of your tooth. This is a fairly common condition that your dentist can treat by performing a root canal.

Tooth Pain and Headaches: What’s the Connection

Tooth Pain and Headaches: What’s the Connection

by Yenny (SU)
Which came first – the headache or the toothache? If it’s the latter, there is a perfectly logical explanation for both. In fact, if you are a frequent headache sufferer, you may want to consult your dentist as well as your doctor. That’s because there is a definite interconnectivity between the orofacial (mouth, jaws and face) and craniocervical (skull and neck) systems as it pertains to pain besides their anatomical proximity.

The History of Dentures

The History of Dentures

by Yenny (SU)
If you said true, you have a lot to learn; not only about the first U.S. Commander-in-Chief, but also about the history of dentures. For the record, Washington lost all but one of his adult teeth by the time he became president and his dentures actually consisted of carved hippopotamus ivory in which human, horse, and donkey teeth were fitted and held together with gold springs.

Dental Facts and Myths

Dental Facts and Myths

by Yenny (SU)
When Polina was about six months old, her mother Marina noticed a tiny white speck emerging from her daughter’s gum line. Polina was anything but a fussy child, but now that she was teething, she was refusing to eat. She drooled through bib after bib, and was obviously miserable.

How Pregnancy Affects your Teeth

How Pregnancy Affects your Teeth

by Yenny (SU)
There is a saying that goes, “Every mother to be is beautiful.” Notwithstanding morning sickness, swollen feet, back pain, and exhaustion, this statement nevertheless is very true. When it comes to stronger, healthier, more lustrous hair and nails, many expectant mothers marvel at the perks of hormones gone wild. But pregnancy may not be as kind to your smile. Here are a number of ways that pregnancy can affect your teeth.