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What to Expect During a Tooth Extraction

If you are wondering what to expect during a tooth extraction, your dentist in New Haven is your best source of information on this common dental procedure. We have compiled some of the basics of dental extractions to help you navigate this very common dental procedure. For patients who may need an extraction in the near future, this guide may provide…

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Understanding Sensitive Teeth

Simple activities like eating or drinking items that are hot or cold can cause a great deal of pain for people who have sensitive teeth. The stinging sensation that occurs when the teeth and gums encounter extreme sensations can lead to the avoidance of consuming certain foods and beverages. Even brushing and flossing can become a problem. It can even…

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Cavity Prevention Advice for Everyone

We’ve all been there. It’s late, you’re tired, you have to get up early, and tomorrow will be a very long day, so you’re tempted to skip your nightly routine of brushing and flossing. Whatever you decide to skimp on during the day, make sure it’s not your nightly oral hygiene regimen. Your good oral health is directly related to…

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Reasons and Remedies for Tooth Discoloration

If you don’t smile because your teeth are dark and discolored, then your self-confidence and self-esteem are probably affected. You don’t have to suffer with discolored teeth, though. There are solutions, so read on to learn about the causes and remedies for stained and discolored teeth. Why Do I Have Stained and Discolored Teeth? Discolored and stained teeth can occur…

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Why Flossing Is a Must, Not a Maybe

No matter how much you may avoid flossing, you can’t deny the need for it. While you may believe that brushing your teeth twice a day is enough to keep your teeth and gums healthy, it’s really only the beginning. It may be difficult to believe, but that single strand of thin dental floss is one of the only tools…

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Causes of Bleeding Gums and Gum Disease

Identifying the Dangers of Gum Disease It’s just a little gum irritation, right? Wrong. If you have occasionally spotted a drop of blood on your toothbrush or on your dental floss after your regular dental hygiene regimen, you might think it’s not that big of a deal. Just like cavities are bad for your teeth, overlooking the danger to your…

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Brushing Up on the Benefits of Brushing

Everyone assumes that since they’ve been brushing their teeth all their life, they know how to do it. While this may be true, it can be helpful sometimes to brush up on your basic techniques so that you provide your teeth and gums with the best care possible. With proper care, your teeth can last for a lifetime, so take…

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Invisalign: Frequently Asked Questions

Do you wish you had gotten braces as a teenager so you had straight teeth today? Perhaps you didn’t realize how misaligned teeth would make you feel self-conscious or how they could hurt your chances professionally. It’s never too late to have orthodontic work done. Invisalign offers a discrete, practically invisible way to have straighter teeth or close gaps between…

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10 Signs of Sleep Apnea

Sleep apnea is prevalent in the U.S.; in fact, it’s almost as common as type II diabetes. The American Sleep Apnea Association says 22 million Americans have the sleep disorder. It can have can have significant consequences, yet most people who have it remain undiagnosed. Learning more about the symptoms can help you determine if you or someone you love…

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Are Cracked Teeth on the Rise?

The coronavirus has had a significant impact on our lives. One of the most unanticipated impacts was recently explored in an article in The New York Times. This article noted that in the early days of the shutdown, many dentists were reporting that patients were complaining of migraines, tooth sensitivity and jaw pain. In addition, once dental practices opened back…

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