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If the sensations you get from drinking an ice cold glass of water or a hot cup of coffee or tea seem to have become more exaggerated you may be experiencing tooth sensitivity. If not treated or controlled it may become difficult to eat many of the foods that you enjoy or even to expose…

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Why after considerable research into all the options, do so many people choose dental implants over all other tooth replacement methods? Longevity is one answer. A dental bridge may last for up to ten years at best, but once an implant is installed it is there to stay. The assurance that comes with knowing…

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Methods of dental sedation have evolved through the years so that now almost everyone can find an appropriate option. Safety will always be the number one concern of dental professionals who may recommend one type of dental sedation over another. When you are having the discussion it will be important to share pertinent information with…

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Taking care of your teeth and gums is important if you want to maintain good oral health, avoid cavities and prevent periodontal disease. Studies have concluded that your overall general health may also be affected by the way you take care of your mouth. Gum disease for instance starts out as a simple case of…

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Over the counter toothpastes that have been approved by the ADA are fine for most people, but even those that claim to have extra protective powers or ingredients that will reduce tooth sensitivity, may not be sufficient for some. People who continue to have cavities even though they follow a strict home regimen for brushing…

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