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How To Know If Your Root Canal Needs Treatment

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How To Know If Your Root Canal Needs Treatment

If you’re experiencing tooth pain, it can be easy to jump to the conclusion that you have a root canal infection. However, there’s a wide variety of common tooth pain symptoms people experience that can be the cause of something as...

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Bad Breath Types and Causes

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Bad Breath Types and Causes

Bad breath, also referred to as halitosis, can be caused by an astonishing number of things. From poor gut health to a sinus infection, your bad breath can be the result of more than just morning breath. To determine what may be causing...

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How to Fix Dry Mouth

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How to Fix Dry Mouth

If your mouth always feels dry, you may have xerostomia, the medical term for dry mouth. Dryness in your mouth can feel uncomfortable, but there are ways to get relief. Consider the probable causes of your xerostomia and try these...

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What Questions Should I Ask My Hygienist?

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What Questions Should I Ask My Hygienist?

It’s always important to ask questions, especially when it has to do with your health. Having a healthy mouth will guarantee a healthier self. Dentists and...

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A Pro Guide to Charcoal Teeth Cleaning

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A Pro Guide to Charcoal Teeth Cleaning

If you have recently been to your family dentist in Newmarket, the chances are that you have read about their specialized teeth cleaning/whitening procedures on one of the billboards. A DIY simple counterpart of these chemical...

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Why Do We Remove Wisdom Teeth?

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Why Do We Remove Wisdom Teeth?

Wisdom teeth need to be removed because most of the time they do not grow correctly and can cause dental issues as a result. Your wisdom teeth do not need to be removed if they are healthy, are fully erupted, positioned correctly, and can be cleaned easily.

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