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How Bad Does Getting A Root Canal Hurt?

Mar 30, 202458 Views

Time to debunk the myth once and for all: how bad does a root canal actually hurt? The procedure? Not at all! Although you might feel slight pressure, that’s about it. Root canals have a bit of a reputation for being excruciatingly painful. But fear not; modern dentistry has made this procedure much more comfortable […]

What Are The Signs Of Infection After Wisdom Teeth Removal?

Mar 15, 202497 Views

After getting your wisdom teeth removed, it is essential to watch out for signs of infection. While the procedure helps relieve pain, infections can happen. In this guide, we will go over the common signs of infection after wisdom teeth removal. Knowing what to look for will help you care for yourself better and ensure […]

What’s With Your Teeth Hurting Every Time You Are Sick?

Feb 29, 202476 Views

Being under the weather is already pretty discomforting, and throwing in a toothache is a recipe for disaster. Your teeth hurting while being sick is probably the last thing you want to deal with. You might not know, but it is common to experience tooth sensitivity or pain when sick. Let’s take a look at […]

What Does A Cavity Feel Like?

Feb 15, 2024224 Views

Cavity is a tooth problem that most of us have dealt with at least once in a lifetime. It forms when bacteria in plaque react with the sugar in the food and drinks you consume. The acid that forms starts wearing away your tooth enamel, spreading to the softer tissues inside the tooth over time. […]

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