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Can Caffeine Make Your Teeth Hurt A Lot?

May 15, 2024375 Views

Many rely on caffeine containing beverages like coffee to maintain focus throughout the day. However, excessive consumption brings along an unwanted effect - tooth pain. Yes, caffeine can make your teeth hurt. Let's find out how.

How To Know If You Have A Cavity Or Sensitive Teeth?

Apr 30, 2024907 Views

That sudden shudder running down your spine when you bite down can make you wonder if this is a cavity or just sensitive teeth. Learning to differentiate is important since each requires its own approach to maintaining a healthy smile. Let’s find out how to do that.

Top 5 Reasons Why Your Teeth Hurt When You Run

Mar 30, 2024215 Views

Aching muscles after exercise are painful enough and add dental discomfort to the mix - disaster! While for some, it may be a minor inconvenience, it is debilitating for others. If you often find yourself thinking, “Why do my teeth hurt when I run?” This blog explains the top 5 reasons for this.

Is It Safe To Swim With Invisalign On?

Mar 15, 20241707 Views

With summer approaching, we understand if you are concerned whether you can swim wearing your Invisalign. In a nutshell, be it summer, fall, or winter, you can safely take a dip while wearing aligners without thinking twice, even when the pool water has chlorine. Find out why.

Recovery Time Needed After Getting Dental Implants

Feb 29, 20241034 Views

If you want a lifetime resort from missing teeth, getting dental implants is the perfect solution for this. With proper care and maintenance, they can easily last forever. However, you do need to be careful during recovery time after getting dental implants since it can make or break the whole deal.

Is It Possible to Get Veneers With Missing Teeth?

Feb 15, 2024899 Views

We are glad that you want to change the overall aesthetics of your smile and are willing to take active measures for it. But if your nemesis is a gap between teeth, you need more than just a cosmetic change. If you are thinking of getting veneers with missing teeth, put a pause on that thought; it is not possible and we are here to tell you why.

Why Do Your Teeth Hurt So Much After Eating Meat?

Jan 30, 2024870 Views

Is it normal for your teeth to hurt after eating meat? Not really. Toothaches may occur in the form of episodes and be debilitating. Severe throbbing toothache after eating is usually a sign of tooth decay or infection; however, it may be temporarily due to food particles like meat stuck between your teeth.

What Can Be Done About Facial Sagging Due To Missing Teeth?

Jan 15, 20243875 Views

A picture-perfect smile enhances physical appeal and gives a boost of self-confidence. However, the damage of missing teeth, due to any reason - decay or trauma, extends beyond mere aesthetics; it takes a toll on your facial structure and depletes oral health as well. Let’s take a look at some of the changes that you might see due to your face sagging and what can be done about it.

The Life Of Blood Clot After Tooth Extraction

Dec 30, 20231153 Views

Extracting a tooth out is the absolute last resort for dentists. More often than not, they try to save your precious oral inhabitants as much as possible since recovery needs meticulous care. Among many other things, the foundation of healing depends on the blood clot formation that starts as soon as your tooth is pulled out. Let's discuss this crucial feature of recovery in more detail.


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