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Bad Breath

Bad breath (halitosis) can be inconvenient and embarrassing. Several factors cause bad breath: gum disease, food, tobacco, certain medical conditions, etc. For healthy people, the main reason for bad breath is the accumulation of microbacteria on the tongue. Studies show that it is possible to reduce halitosis of about 70% is you brush the back of your tongue. However, it is important to speak to your dentist if you have persisting bad breath because many factors can cause it and it is important to have the right diagnosis.

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Are Dental x Rays Safe?

Every day, we are exposed to small quantity of x rays. Dental x rays are safe and are only done if necessary. X ray devices are only aimed at the part to examine and the equipment used is highly sensitive in order to reduce exposure. For increased protection, we always use lead aprons in conjunction.

Teeth Grinding

Bruxism is a frequent condition in the population, and it should be considered serious. It is mainly observed at night. Bruxism can cause dramatic wearing down of the teeth, chips, cracks, and sensitivity. Your capacity to masticate can deteriorate and you can develop serious temporomandibular articulation problems followed by potent headaches. If you don’t treat it, bruxism can even force you to have root canals, crowns or lead to tooth loss. It is possible to control bruxism if you balance your teeth or protect them with an occlusal plate. It is important to tell your dentist if you think you grind your teeth!

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Are You Used to Anxious Patients?

It is common that people have apprehensions before a dental visit, especially if they haven’t been in a long time. Your dentist will explain to you the treatment in detail and will take your fear into consideration. With short term anaesthesia, restorations on your teeth can be done with no pain or discomfort.

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