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The Correlation Between Oral Health and Esophageal Cancer

The Correlation Between Oral Health and Esophageal Cancer

by Yenny (SU)
In the last decade, medical researchers have uncovered links between oral health and overall physical and mental health. They now agree that poor oral health may be a contributing factor to developing a wide variety of diseases and conditions, including esophageal cancer.

When Should I Go See a Dentist?

When Should I Go See a Dentist?

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You have probably heard the joke, what’s the best time to go to the dentist, “tooth hurt-y.” Well, all joking aside, you should not wait until you have tooth pain to make a dental appointment.

Causes of A Tooth Gap: Diastema Facts

Causes of A Tooth Gap: Diastema Facts

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Diastema means a gap between teeth; often the gap appears between your two front upper teeth. There can be genetic or medical reasons for diastema to occur, meaning it can run in the family, or you may have certain conditions that make it more likely. Often, there’s no need for treatment, so if you don’t mind the gap, that’s okay. If diastema is an issue for you, there are many treatments available that can eliminate or minimize it.

Seeing Your Dentist if Your Child's Teeth are Not Falling Out

Seeing Your Dentist if Your Child's Teeth are Not Falling Out

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“My tooth is loose!” When a child’s tooth becomes loose for the first time, it represents a huge milestone in their lives. It is exciting, because losing a tooth is associated with the tooth fairy, and of course means that they are growing up. In other words, when your child loses their first tooth, it is almost like a rite of passage, or an honor to get a visit from the tooth fairy. As a parent, you will be able to cherish this moment in your child’s life forever. However, if it seems like their baby teeth are hanging on for too long, parents can become concerned that something might not be quite right.

Will My Dental Crowns Match the Color of My Teeth

Will My Dental Crowns Match the Color of My Teeth

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While your dentist has the primary role of helping you maintain proper overall oral health over the years, from your teeth to your gums, that’s not all they do. Part of a dentist’s job is their ability to give people beautiful smiles. For some people, it starts with needing their teeth straightened, while others want to go in and have stains removed and make their teeth look white and bright. In some cases, due to fractures, cavities, etc., dental crowns are needed. If you think that a dental crown is going to stand out from your natural teeth (they used to), then think again. Modern techniques and progressive new materials allow the dentist to not only match the shade of your natural teeth, but also the opacity.