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    • 09 MAR 17
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    Treatment Options for a Cracked Tooth

    Teeth are durable, but they’re not indestructible. In fact, chewing on hard objects or grinding your teeth can cause painful cracking. The type of treatment you pursue, and whether tooth extraction is necessary, depends on the type, location, and extent of the crack. If you suspect a cracked tooth, learn more about your condition here.

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    • 12 OCT 16
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    Three Issues That Can Cause Jaw Swelling

    If your jaw is swollen, it may feel larger than normal or develop a visible lump. The swelling is typically caused by fluid accumulating in the skin above the jaws or inflammation of the jaws themselves. Mild jaw swelling may heal on its own. In the meantime you can reduce the pain with over-the-counter medication

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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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    • 09 AUG 16
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    What To Do In A Dental Emergency

    Few things are worse than the sudden crack and electric shock of pain when you suddenly damage a tooth. While it’s possible to chip or break a tooth as you eat your lunch, it’s much more common for serious tooth damage to occur from an accident or injury. A friend who accidentally swings their elbow

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