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Wiggle Room: Why Your Teeth Feel Loose & What You Can Do About It

Wiggle Room: Why Your Teeth Feel Loose & What You Can Do About It

by Yenny (SU)
According to the National Institute of Dental and Craniofacial Research, Periodontal Disease is the leading cause of loose, and shifting teeth. Periodontitis is no laughing matter. In addition to degrading the gums, this serious infection – which affects 3 million people every year – also targets the ligaments and bone that support the teeth. It can leave you highly susceptible to shifting, damage, and eventual tooth loss.

Oral Health & Bone Disease: Are They Related?

Oral Health & Bone Disease: Are They Related?

by Yenny (SU)
People say the eyes are the window to the soul. In actuality – it’s actually the mouth that says so much more about a person’s state of being. The mouth is the gateway to your overall health and is very indicative of problems that will affect your well-being in the future.

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.