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Cyst Removal

Pain

One of the most frequently used oral surgical procedures is the removal of cysts and other growths from the oral cavity. This can be done via curettage or it can be completely excised from the soft tissues of the mouth.

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Help! The Pain Won’t Go Away!

Pain

Here is a not uncommon situation that happens to patients with toothaches all the time. You have a toothache so you book an appointment and get a filling or root canal treatment done, and when the anaesthetic wears off, slowly but surely, you are aware of pain again.

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Everything you need to know about local anaesthetic

Pain

Dentistry (and medical science in general) has experienced the internet as a double edged sword. Although many things have become easier, the flood of information also brought with it a flood of misinformation as well.

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Root Canal Treatment for Milk Teeth

Root canal treatment

Extracting milk teeth is usually decided based on when the permanent teeth would be coming in, and if the gums would be exposed for too long without a permanent tooth, then usually the milk tooth is root canaled as long as the surrounding tissues are not damaged or affected by the infection of the tooth.

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Top 5 Most Common Orthodontic Emergencies

Orthodontics

While wearing orthodontic braces, one must be very careful. Not only are you at heightened risk of cavities and of periodontitis, but the appliance itself may cause problems from time to time.

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Dental treatments during breastfeeding

Pregnancy

So much information about breastfeeding and dental care are around on the internet that it is hard to know what is going on. According to some, it is bad to get dental treatments, and according to others, it is perfectly normal.

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Temporary Fillings Coming Loose

Filling

Temporary fillings are made of composite resin, but are put in with the intention of being removed in the near future, to be replaced by permanent filings or a crown, or inlay. Root canal treatments, crowns and bridges and inlays or onlays frequently employ temporary fillings.

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Oral Herpes

Infection

Cold sores, the bane of many adults existence. It is estimated that some 80% of the entire world’s adult population carries the herpes simplex virus, the virus responsible for the painful outbreaks of afta and cold sores.

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What Is A Treatment Plan?

Filling

The first step to take when booking an appointment at a new dental clinic, with a new dentist, is to have a consultation session.

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Dental Care After Pregnancy

Pregnancy

It is a good idea to visit your dentist after you have given birth, especially if you are breastfeeding. Pregnancy takes a lot out of the system, including many essential minerals and vitamins that help make up your teeth.

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Dental Care During Pregnancy 2.

Pregnancy

Pregnancy is a difficult time for the immune system. It now has to work overtime securing the mothers body as well as the foetus growing inside of her.

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When To Go And See An Emergency Dentist

Pain

Although some symptoms are not excruciatingly painful, they might still warrant a trip to the emergency dentist.

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