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    • 29 SEP 16
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    8 Situations That Call For Dental X-Rays

    X-rays, also known as radiographs, are common tools seen in dentist’s offices. With a growing concern regarding x-rays and radiation exposure, you may be inclined to skip this step during a dental check-up. However, it’s important to know that everyone is exposed to background radiation on a daily basis, and the amount of radiation generated

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    • 22 SEP 16
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    10 Dental Treatment Strategies for Patients Who Gag

    Everyone has a gag reflex, a protective mechanism that prevents foreign objects from entering your throat and airway. Some people have an exaggerated gag reflex that can make receiving dental treatment difficult or even impossible. Dentists can employ certain treatment strategies to help you receive the dental care you need despite your problem. What Causes

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    • 14 SEP 16
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    Repairing Previous Root Canal Damage

    Each tooth you use to smile and chew is anchored in your gums and jaw with long roots. When infections or damage affect those roots, the results can be disastrous. Dentists have recommended root canals for these kinds of problems for nearly 100 years now. Unfortunately, many operations performed decades ago were not completed to

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    • 06 SEP 16
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    How to Handle a Gum Abscess

    You’re enjoying lunch with friends when a sharp pain deep in your gums forces you to stop chewing. You slip into the restroom and take a peek inside your mouth. If the gum area where you’re feeling pain is swollen, it’s likely you have a gum abscess. These localized infections can be incredibly painful, especially

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