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Teeth Grinding Treatment Options

Teeth grinding is also called bruxism, which comes from the greek work ‘brychein’ – meaning to gnaw or gnash your teeth together. It is estimated that 20% of American people suffer from bruxism, which happens while the person is fast asleep. Because the bruxism sufferer is asleep, only about 80% of people who grind their teeth are actually aware of it. It usually takes a partner or someone... ❯❯❯

Common Causes of Tooth Enamel Damage

Tooth enamel is a little bit like a protective shield for your teeth. In fact, tooth enamel is one of the strongest materials in the world and the strongest in your body. Basically, your teeth are like exposed bone that are made out of mainly calcium minerals and other organic compounds. In humans, teeth are designed to chew both meat and plant matter. However, our enamel is no match for some... ❯❯❯

5 Quick and Easy Solutions for Sensitive Teeth

Sensitive teeth can cause discomfort and pain at any moment–while eating an ice pop, when you sip hot tea, or when you bite into a hard candy bar. The painful, searing sensation is often unbearable, and you will likely do anything to limit or reduce the discomfort. Here are 5 quick and easy solutions to help with sensitive teeth. Purchase a desensitizing toothpaste at your local grocery store... ❯❯❯

5 Tooth Erosion Treatment Tips

Although tooth enamel has the distinction of being the hardest substance in the human body, that doesn’t mean that it is impenetrable. And it just so happens that you are your own worst enemy when it comes to the state of your tooth enamel. The foods and beverages you consume may be intended to sustain your body, but they first have to pass through your mouth and get ground up by your teeth, and... ❯❯❯

5 Foods That Do Major Damage to Tooth Enamel

We all know that certain foods, like coffee and tea, can stain our teeth. And most of us understand that even with brushing, flossing, and rinsing, the foods and beverages we consume can still upset our oral health. Of course, going for a dental check-up and cleaning every six months can certainly help to counteract any potential dental issues associated with your diet. And with so many whitening... ❯❯❯

5 Brushing and Flossing Tips for Kids

Just about all of us remember growing up and our parents telling us how important it was that we brushed and flossed our teeth after every meal. Now that we’re the parents, it’s our turn to instruct our little ones on why they need to do the exact same thing. Of course, initially, it may not seem like something that your young son or daughter is very interested in. So, in order to make it... ❯❯❯

5 Tips for Preventing Yellow Teeth

Virtually all of us have seen a toothpaste commercial before that tells us how our smile is the most important beauty feature that we have. That’s a big part of the reason why we tend to make sure to see the dentist once a year, schedule professional whitening appointments every few months and use the kind of toothpaste and mouthwash that has some kind of whitening ingredient in it. But did you... ❯❯❯

5 Gum Disease Treatment and Prevention Tips

Gum disease is not a condition that strikes overnight. It is a long process that starts with bacteria, progresses to plaque and tartar, builds to gingivitis and periodontitis, and eventually leads to teeth falling out of your head if you do nothing to prevent or treat it. Yuck and ouch. In truth, untreated gum disease could come with additional health risks. If abscesses form they could move into... ❯❯❯

How to Have More Confidence for Your Texas Wedding

You've dreamt about this day since you were a little girl. You want everything to be perfect. The food, the dress, the venue, and the entertainment must all be perfect, but what about your smile? Your smile is your most crucial accessory on your momentous day. A necklace, sparkly shoes, and veil cannot compare to your gorgeous smile. Remember that you're going to be the center of attention, and... ❯❯❯

Top 5 Dental Tips for a Young Healthy Smile

A healthy smile is something that many people strive for. A healthy smile connotes a healthy person and being healthy can translate to feeling better, more refreshed and having a better quality of life. Moreover, the health of our teeth is directly correlated to our overall heath. Cavities and other periodontal issues can lead to cardiac arrest and stroke if left untreated for a long time. Not... ❯❯❯

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