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Foods To Eat After Oral Surgery

Most often, when you visit your dentist, you leave and can choose whatever food or drink you’d like to consume. However, there are times when your dental appointment requires more invasive treatment which require stitches and usually sedation. Surgeries such as dental implants and tooth extractions are fairly simple procedures, but it will require you to adjust your eating for a period of time until the area where the procedure was performed heals.
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All-on-4®

Our approach at Ora dentistry makes All-on-4® dental implants very affordable for patients. All-on-4® dental implants basically means placing four dental implants in single arch upper or lower and attaching screw retained denture.
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The Grocery Store Checkout Dilemma: To Buy or Not Buy Gum

You’ve navigated the grocery store well. You steered away from foods that are harmful to your health. You took a long time choosing just the right pineapple (you know the trick to figuring out how they’re ripe for eating!). Your cart is filled with colorful vegetables.
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What To Look For In A Cosmetic Dentist?

We research the people that service our cars and our homes, but what about those that work on our teeth? After all, this is your smile we are talking about. Taking the time to screen your dentist is important, especially when it comes to a cosmetic dentist.
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Getting A Dental Implant? Time Is Of The Essence

When it comes to successful dental implant placement after a missing tooth, timing is actually very important. While you may think you can take several months or a year to save up enough funds, it may be too late to qualify for implant dentistry by then.
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Dental Implants

This article should cover the information patients need for making their decision on getting permanent replacement of their teeth. These days, there are several options to replace missing teeth!
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Straight Talk About Not-So-Straight Teeth

Did you know you could help reduce your risk of periodontal disease by caring for your crooked teeth? Malocclusion is teeth that are not aligned properly in your mouth. Left untreated, malocclusion can lead to periodontal disease, which can create abnormal amounts of stress on your teeth and jaw. This condition leads to premature wear.
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Are Your Teeth Making You Look Older Than You Really Are?

As you age, you begin to notice grey hair, wrinkles and even age spots on your skin. For many, those issues are quickly addressed in order to look the age that you feel. What many don’t realize is that the appearance of your teeth can make you look significantly older as well. Over time, you age, so do your teeth.
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Thumbsucking: When to Worry

Babies and young children adopt many different habits to soothe themselves. While you may be elated to see that your newborn has found his or her thumb to go to sleep at night, you are probably not as thrilled about your preschooler’s persistence with the habit.
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