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Dental Extractions

Getting Over Your Fear Of The Dentist

A Look At Fillings

A Look At Gingivitis And Periodontal Disease

Abscessed Teeth

All About Cavities

All About Tooth Decay

Causes Of Toothaches

Crowns And Bridging

Dealing With Cracked Teeth

Dealing With Infections

Dental Emergencies

Taking Care Of Sensitive Teeth

The Basics Of Brushing

A Look At Flossing

Natural Toothache Remedies

Pulling Your Own Teeth

Stopping The Pain Of Toothaches

Understanding Toothaches

Understanding Dental Pain

Types Of Dental Teeth Fractures

The Dry Socket

The Dreaded Root Canal

Information About Root Canals

A Close Look At Wisdom Teeth




 

 


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Crowns And Bridging

... this, root canals have been around for many generations. Many years ago, ancient civilizations used this method to save teeth that would have been lost otherwise. These civilizations offered root canals to those such as queens, kings, pharaohs, and the ... 

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Understanding Dental Pain

... don t hurt all that bad. Once you have been numbed, you ll find that the pain will be gone. Dental pain isn t near as bad you may hear or think - which is why you shouldn t fear it. If you need dental work or if you are having a bad toothache, you shouldn ... 

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Information About Root Canals

... is getting the procedure most of us find it to be somewhat amusing. When someone asks for a root canal on the other hand, most of us, including dentists, find it to be very absurd to say the least. Although many aren t aware of this, root canals have been ... 

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Pulling Your Own Teeth

... good. Putting pliers in your mouth can also lead to an infection, which would send you to the dentist. Abscesses on the other hand, should never be dealt with on your own - you ll need to go to a dentist to have him properly extract the tooth and give ... 

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Dental Emergencies

... been knocked out, or teeth that have been forced out of the socket. With some emergencies, the cheeks, lips, or gums will have cuts or abrasions on them from where the teeth come out of the socket. If you ve had a tooth recently knocked out, the first ... 

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