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6 Tips To Follow After Root Canal Treatment

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When you have a tooth that has nerve damage due to an infection or decay, the solution to saving that tooth may lie in a root canal treatment. By keeping your natural tooth, you can avoid the need for an artificial tooth, keep the alignment of your teeth, and prevent issues with your jaw. To maintain proper functioning, your tooth does not necessarily need it’s nerve, so the removal through a root canal will not cause any significant damage or loss of functionality. The procedure of a root canal can be done in one or several visits to your dentist. First, you will be given a local anesthetic to numb the infected area. Next, a rubber dam may be place surrounding the area so that bacteria is kept away. Then, a hole will be made in the tooth to access the root canal. Once the damaged area can be reached,…


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5 Foods To Avoid After Getting Porcelain Veneers

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If you ever have the need to alter or improve the appearance of your teeth, the solution may lie in porcelain veneers. What exactly are porcelain veneers? They are ultrathin, toothcolored porcelain, which are designed to uniquely fit over the front of your teeth. Porcelain veneers include several benefits as opposed to composite resin veneers in that they are much stronger and more resistant to staining or discoloring. The process of getting veneers usually takes several visits to your dentist. First, your dentist will want to make space for your veneers by removing some enamel from them. Then, a mold of your teeth will be formed to serve as a model for your new, custommade, porcelain veneers. Typically, temporary veneers are used until your porcelain veneers are created. Finally, your porcelain veneers will be applied to the front of your teeth using glue. The following are several reasons why one…


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