Getting A Crown After Your Root Canal Is A Multi-Step Process

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If you are planning on getting a root canal done, make sure that you also make plans to get a crown following your root canal. A crown will be used to replace the section of your tooth that was removed when the dentist drilled into your tooth to perform your root canal. You'll need a crown in order to protect the work that was done on your tooth. Here's how the process works.

1 July 2015

Have An Easier Recovery After Getting Dental Implants

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When you first get dental implants, you want to be ready for the recovery. You should plan on taking it easy and have all the proper items you are going toned to take care of yourself. Follow the tips in this article to make your recovery time much easier and more comfortable when you get your dental implants: Supplies you'll want to have on hand: Your prescription pain relievers Instant ice packs A soft pillow Anti-inflammatories Plenty of soft food Tips for an easy recovery:

16 June 2015

An Inexpensive Grocery Store List To Help Stop Post-Procedure Cosmetic Dentistry Pain

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If you are having a major cosmetic dental procedure in the near future, then there are some inexpensive things that you should purchase at your local grocery store to help control any post-procedure pain you may have. Here is a shopping list of natural, inexpensive, and safe pain-relieving items you can buy at any grocery store prior to your dental work. Baking Soda Baking soda doesn't taste very good, but it is very helpful for dental pain.

27 May 2015

4 Signs That There Is Something Wrong with Your Dental Implant

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If you have a dental implant, you probably love the change that it has made in your life. Dental implants are designed to last for a long time, but they can fail at times. Luckily, your dental professional can help you with these problems. These are a few signs that you need to schedule an appointment to have your dental implant checked out and repaired. 1. Soreness or Pain Your dental professional might have warned you that you would suffer from soreness or pain for the first few days after your procedure, but after that, your mouth should be totally comfortable.

7 May 2015