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How Impacted Popcorn Kernels Are Removed From Under The Gums

Popcorn is a fairly healthy snack, but it can cause serious problems for your teeth and gums. If you've gotten a popcorn kernel stuck under your gums and haven't been able to get it out, you need to go to a dentist right away. Read on to learn what your dentist will do to get the kernel out. Cleaning Process & Manual Extraction Attempt When you explain your problem to your dentist, the first thing they will do is examine your mouth and attempt a cleaning. Read More 

Dental Tips For A Whiter And Brighter Smile

Having a nice white smile can do a lot for your self-esteem. When you feel good about the condition of your smile it can leave you smiling more. This good way of thinking about yourself can also show how successful you are at your job and how confidant you feel in your relationships with others. For these reasons you want to make sure you do everything that you can to keep your teeth as white as you possibly can. Read More 

All-on-4: How To Get A Full Arch Of Implants In Just One Day

If you have dentures right now and are sick of the problems you keep experiencing with them, you may want to talk to a dentist about replacing them with All-on-4 dental implants. The All-on-4 implant system is one that provides a way for you to get permanent, fixed teeth in your mouth with only getting four implants installed. The best thing about this is that you can get this done in just one day. Read More 

Three Foods To Stay Away From After Tooth Extraction

Getting an adult tooth taken out of your mouth can be painful and make your gums sore. Once a tooth is pulled, it is also a good idea to allow the gums to form a clot in the now empty tooth socket. If the clot does not form, the gums cannot properly heal. In order to allow the gums to heal, you will need to stay away from foods that are sticky and from sucking through a straw. Read More 

Your Guide To Understanding And Treating A High Filling

If you recently needed a filling, you might have experienced a fair amount of pain prior to the procedure. However, if your discomfort has not diminished within about a day, especially if the pain manifests as you are chewing or upon the introduction of hot or cold drinks, you might have a high filling. A high filling occurs when too much of the filling material is left in your tooth, which can be agonizing. Read More