Tackling Excessive Saliva While Wearing New Dentures

Posted on: 15 January 2016

Having a new set of dentures fitted can be a tremendous help when it comes to being able to speak and eat properly, and they can also be a big boost to your self-esteem. However, a procedure with such far-reaching ramifications is doomed to have a few side effects, and one strange sensation a lot of new denture wearers experience is excessive salivation. Why are my dentures causing me to salivate excessively?
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The Water Pick: What Is It and Do You Need One?

Posted on: 22 December 2015

Most people understand that visiting the dentist on a regular basis leads to better oral hygiene. However, in order to maintain a healthy, beautiful smile, care must be taken at home, as well. While a toothbrush and dental floss are the main instruments in dental care, there are other things than can help to improve overall dental hygiene, as well. One is the water pick. What is a Water Pick? Water picks, which are often called "
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Things that can make you stop grinding your teeth

Posted on: 5 December 2015

Grinding your teeth, or bruxism, is something that affects many people throughout the world. As it is most common during the night when you are asleep, it can't really be classified as a bad habit, as you're not always aware that you're doing it. This is also why it's rather hard to cure, even if you're seeing a dentist regularly. If you're grinding your teeth, you should know there are some things you can do both to decrease and completely stop you from grinding your teeth.
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Understanding Dental Crowns

Posted on: 18 November 2015

If you want to improve your smile, you ought to consider getting dental crowns. The dental crown procedure is not as complicated as it sounds. The following will educate you on what dental crowns are, their applications and the procedure for getting them. What is a Dental Crown? This is a tooth-like cap that is similar to a tooth and used to modify the size, shape and overall appearance of your tooth.
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