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If you are committed to keeping your teeth as clean and healthy as possible, you will hopefully enjoy good oral health for many years. However, sometimes things don’t go to plan, and despite our best efforts, we suffer from decay, damage and other dental problems. In some instances, these issues are caused by accident or injury. Sometimes, genetics play a large role in the sustainability of good oral health. Nevertheless, when oral health problems become severe, they can impact the teeth, gums and other structures in your mouth, and when many different aspects of your dental health are compromised, you may require a full mouth reconstruction.
Dental pain is an extremely common problem, affecting most people at least once a year during their lifetime. One of the main problems with dental pain is that it can manifest in many different ways. Whether a chronic dull ache or acute flashes of searing sharpness. many people state that they find dental pain one of the worst types of discomfort to suffer from.
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When you help your children avoid cavities, you help protect their health
When you help your children avoid cavities, it does more than save them from needing a filling. Untreated tooth decay can cause serious issues for children including:
Issues with speech
USA Today reports that tooth decay is a major issue for children: 42 percent of kids between the ages of 2 and 11 have a cavity in one of their baby teeth; and 21 percent of kids between the ages
Some prescription medications affect teeth; what you need to know
According to the CDC’s National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey, nearly half of the U.S. population has taken one or more prescription drugs in the past 30 days. Most drugs come with a range of side effects, and some prescription medications affect teeth.
Though you may have a history of excellent dental hygiene, these five prescription drugs can affect your oral health:
Some medications used to control high blood pressure can cause xerostomia (also known as