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What To Eat After Wisdom Teeth Removal? Is Rice Allowed?
Are you a rice lover eagerly awaiting the green light to enjoy your favorite grain after wisdom teeth extraction? Can you indulge in eating a rice bowl after getting wisdom teeth removal? Discover the dos and don’ts of post-extraction care, along with the benefits of incorporating rice into your diet. When Can You Enjoy Rice […]
Cysts on Gums – Types and Treatment Explained
It is a good practice to check your oral health for screening out any changes in your mouth that may cause bigger troubles. If you see a hard bony bump on your gums, it could be a cyst. What Is a Cyst On Gums? A cyst on the gums is a small protrusion, more like […]
Why Should You Not Drink Alcohol After 24 Hours of Tooth Extraction
It is quite tempting to get yourself a cold glass of alcohol with your friends, especially after getting rid of that tooth pain. Well, sorry to burst your bubble, but according to the dentists, it is best not to consume alcohol for at least 72 hours following the procedure. However, it is best to abstain […]
Doze Off With These 10 Tips If You Have Throbbing Tooth Pain
Nothing is worse than waking up in the middle of the night with an excruciatingly painful toothache. Extreme tooth pain can be unbearable and make it difficult to get any rest. It may interfere with your regular activities and make you miserable. If you can’t sleep because of extreme tooth pain, these 10 tips can […]
Fluoride and Tooth Decay
You must have heard from your dentist that fluoride is essential to your dental health. But what exactly does fluoride do for teeth? Does it prevent tooth decay? Is it safe and effective? Let’s explore this in detail. Does Fluoride Prevent Tooth Decay? In short, yes! Fluoride prevents tooth decay by strengthening your tooth enamel, […]
5 Methods To Reverse Gingivitis
Gingivitis is a common disease that hits your gums and can be a real pain in the mouth. The issue arises due to plaque and tartar buildup on the teeth, leading to inflammation and, eventually, gum bleeding. However, there is no need to worry about it, you can reverse gingivitis with simple steps, and we […]
Teeth Whitening Results
Your smile is one of the initial things that gets noticed; no one wants to give a yellow-painted first impression. The good news is that you no longer have to worry about those nasty stained teeth with teeth whitening. It is a short time taking process, and results usually last long with adequate care. They […]
The Link between Wisdom Teeth And Headaches
The infamous wisdom teeth are the late-comers to the party of your 32 adult teeth. They are named “wisdom” because their protrusion is typically in your late teens or early twenties, often signifying a time when you’re supposed to have acquired some wisdom. But in reality, they often cause more trouble than they’re worth, leading […]
Best Sedation Option For Wisdom Tooth extraction
Wisdom teeth extraction is no less than a daunting experience, more so if you are anxious or have a low pain tolerance. That’s where sedation options come in handy. Sedation before wisdom tooth extraction surgery can help to relax you and make the procedure less uncomfortable. Types Of Sedation Options You Can Choose From For […]
How Feasible Is Crown Placement For Front Tooth Problems?
A crown on the front teeth can definitely make them appear perfect seamlessly. Your dentist may recommend dental crowns in the following situations: Tooth decay – If your tooth is extensively damaged to get a filling or already has one with the root still attached, a crown can cover the remaining areas. Placement after a […]