Your Child’s Perfect Age To See The Dentist

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Parents are often confused about when their child is old enough to visit the dentist. The American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry recommends that a child’s first visit should be when their first tooth erupts – no later than two years old. From there on, the dentist will continue to recommend the frequency of the visits which the parents should follow. …

Possible Complications After Wisdom Teeth Removal

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The removal of wisdom teeth is one of the most common procedures performed in dentistry on a daily basis. While most people will undergo this surgical procedure and do very well, a few people may suffer complications. Severe complications are rare. Following your oral surgeon’s post-operative instructions is the best way to prevent them. Pain: Any surgical procedure comes with …

Why Dental Implant Is More Beneficial?

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A bright and dazzling smile is the key to success for people in their profession as well as in any other aspects of their life. Denture adhesive is one of the options people fall back on to keep their denture in place. Despite some benefits, denture adhesive users find it problematic, and instead of boosting people’s confidence, the fear of …

When You Will Be Removing Your Wisdom Teeth?

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When considering the removal of wisdom teeth, one cannot help but wonder when would be the best time to schedule the surgery. Not only the date for the surgery needs to be taken into consideration but also the recovery time. Firstly, a comprehensive dental examination should be performed to determine if a referral to an oral surgeon for further evaluation …

Dental Implants After Extraction

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Dental implants are, bar none, the best tooth replacement option available. Dental implants are natural looking, allow you to eat your favorite foods, require no special care and can last a lifetime. But they do have one limitation. The dental implant process can take time. How long it takes depends on your oral health. Immediate Placement If you are having …