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5 Effective Ways To Relieve Wisdom Tooth Pain
Everyone knows about the pain that comes with wisdom teeth. It’s a way for them to announce their arrival, so jaw pain and constant migraines are a given. But after some time, the pain can get too much to bear. Moreover, if the wisdom tooth is still growing, it might not be ready to be […]
Can an Ear Infection Cause Jaw Pain, or is it Just TMJ Disorder?
If you’re suffering from intense pain in your ear, jaw, and throat, you just might have an ear infection. But can an ear infection cause jaw pain? As unlikely as it seems, the answer is yes. An ear infection can lead to severe discomfort and pain in your jaw, neck, sinuses, as well as your […]
My Teeth Are Breaking into Pieces — What to Do?
You might not believe it, but tooth enamel is the strongest and hardest material in our body — even more so than our bones! They withstand daily wear and tear, help us bite or chew, and a lot more. So when your teeth start breaking off, there’s an underlying reason behind it. Thus, continue reading […]
5 Types of Veneers You Should Know About
Veneers are in demand in the cosmetic dentistry world. Since they cover your teeth’ flaws by blending in with your natural teeth, dental veneers are a popular choice for a pearly smile. You no longer have to be conscious about your smile if your tooth is cracked, chipped, stained, gapped, etc. With the many benefits […]
Here’s How You Can Treat & Prevent White Spots on Your Teeth
Polka dots might be fashionable, but finding white spots on teeth isn’t exactly haute couture. In fact, any kind of spots, lesions, or marks arising on your pearly whites should be taken as a serious warning sign. After all, if left untreated, you could risk losing your teeth once and for all. What Causes White […]
Home Treatments for Gum Abscess: Don’t Sweat It!
Gum abscesses can be a real pain in the… mouth. But don’t worry, you don’t have to go to the dentist just yet! There are a few home treatments you can do in order to relieve those pesky gum abscesses. In this article, I’ll tell you all about the best home treatments for gum abscess […]
How Often Should You Change Your Toothbrush?
For all of us toothbrush enthusiasts out there, this is a question you’ve probably asked yourself at least once. When it comes to oral health, having the right toothbrush can make a world of difference. But with so many different types and brands on the market, how do you know when it’s time to switch […]
Food Stuck in Wisdom Tooth Hole? Here Are 5 Tips to Remove It!
Your dentist might recommend wisdom tooth removal if your third molar is causing problems. During the recovery period, you can enjoy soft foods like mac and cheese, pudding, Jell-O, and more. But even soft food can get stuck in your wisdom tooth hole, especially if you’re not careful. If you find yourself in this situation, […]
Why is My Jaw Clicking on One Side? What to do?
Have you ever stopped mid-bite because you felt your jaw clicking on one side? Jaw clicking is something many people experience, and usually, it does not bear any harm. But sometimes, it can hint at conditions like TMD. In this blog, we’ll educate you on everything regarding jaw clicking. What Causes Jaw Clicking on One […]
My Jaw Feels Out of Place on One Side ꟷ Could it be Dislocated?
The joint on each side of our jaw is known as the temporomandibular joint (TMJ), and it connects the lower jawbone to our skull. Sometimes injuries, trauma, or other factors move the lower jaw from its usual position, resulting in jaw dislocation. As a result, your jaw feels out of place on one side or […]