Have Oral Health Problems And Trying To Conceive? 2 Dental Studies You Need To Know About

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Many breakthroughs in medicine have been made throughout the past few decades, and many have been in the field of dentistry. In recent years, many new discoveries into how oral a person’s oral health affects their overall health have been made, along with how parents can help keep their children’s teeth cavity-free. If you and your partner are attempting to conceive your next child, yet haven’t had luck, and you suffer from gum disease, then read on to learn about a new dental study that may aid you in your goal of conceiving a child along with another breakthrough in dentistry that can help you keep your baby’s teeth healthy after you give birth to them.…

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3 Tips For Reducing Anxiety When Visiting The Dentist

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Has it been a while since you last visited the dentist? Does the mere thought of going in for a checkup fill you with dread? A good dentist neither scolds nor lectures patients. He or she works with his or her patients to ensure that everyone has his or her most desirable mouth. But even if you already knew this intellectually, you may still feel apprehensive about your upcoming visit. Thankfully, there are several things you can do to help make things easier on yourself.…

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Reasons Your Dentist May Suggest A Zygomatic Implant

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If you have a missing tooth, you may be considering a traditional dental implant. Dental implants are often used as replacement teeth for natural teeth that have been lost due to blunt force trauma or dental decay. The implants make great replacement options, because once an implant has healed properly, it can withstand about the same amount of bite pressure as a natural tooth. In addition, since a dental implant is often covered using a tooth-colored crown, an implant restoration is difficult to discern from a natural tooth.…

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