Twilight Toothache: Why You Have Tooth Pain At Night

Posted on: 11 October 2022

Is tooth pain giving you sleepless nights? A toothache is bad enough during the day, but when it strikes at night, your sleep cycle suffers. Although you can soothe the pain using a cold compress or some pain medication, you still need to determine the cause of your tooth pain. And if the pain persists for more than one night, a trip to your dentist is advised.  Toothache occurs at night for several reasons.
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3 Signs You Are Working With The Right Dentist For You

Posted on: 9 September 2022

When you are looking for a new dentist, you want to get one you can put your complete trust in and one that you can be sure will do an excellent job for you. You can look for several signs to help you be sure that you are working with the right dentist.   Actively Listens to You One big sign that you are working with a good dentist is that they are actively listening to you when you talk.
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How Cosmetic Veneers Can Improve Your Smile

Posted on: 4 August 2022

Veneers are a type of dental treatment that can help improve the appearance and shape of your teeth. They're thin slices of porcelain cemented onto the front surface of your teeth to give them a brighter, shinier appearance. They're the ideal solution for people who don't want to get their teeth whitened or for those who have stained or worn down teeth. They're also a great choice for people who have a small, crooked tooth or a cracked tooth, as veneers can conceal these imperfections and restore the look and feel of a healthy tooth.
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Everything You Need To Know About Caring For Your Temporary Dental Crown

Posted on: 29 June 2022

New ceramic dental crowns are fitted as soon as possible, although they must first be manufactured to the specifications determined by your dentist—obtained with a manual mold of your tooth, or a 3D digital model. Your new crown won't take a great deal of time to be ready, but since your tooth has been prepared for its new crown, this means that some of your dental enamel has been shaved off to accommodate the dental restoration.
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