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Symptoms of Nerve Damage After Tooth Extraction

Nov 30, 20231080 Views

Having a tooth yanked out can be a routine dental procedure, but in some cases, individuals can experience symptoms of nerve damage post-extraction. Nerve damage can occur in multiple ways, affecting the jaw, tongue, or surrounding sensations. Identifying the signs of nerve damage is important for seeking a prompt solution and preventing possible long-term complications.

What are Dental Sealants? Do I Need Them?

Nov 15, 2023223 Views

A proper oral cleaning routine must be religiously followed without compromise. However, preventive dentistry is a vast field. Besides basic dental cleanings, it provides a variety of other non-invasive preventive techniques you can adopt from a young age. Dental sealants are a part of such preventive measures.

Post-Surgical Extraction Care for Your Impacted Canines

Oct 30, 2023385 Views

Treating an Impacted tooth is still a huge milestone for dentists, even with the advancements in technology, this treatment cannot surpass the need for surgical extraction. A tooth is said to be impacted when it fails to find its way out of the gum line, in short, the wrong position to erupt. Canine teeth are the potential victims of this condition. The ideal age for them to erupt is typically 11-13 years.

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