Dealing with dry mouth (xerostomia) is enough to keep anyone’s frown turned down. Dry mouth, which is simply a lack of saliva production, can range from mildly annoying to downright painful. Dry mouth is also embarrassing! If you’ve ever had that dry smacking sound when you talk or saliva at the corners of your mouth,Read More
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Month: April 2017
Gums are an integral and often overlooked part of the mouth. Gums are the part of the oral anatomy that serve to contain and protect the teeth and bone, they can demonstrate some of the earliest signs of poor oral health. While healthy gums are pink and resilient, gums that are swollen, sore, or bloody mayRead More
Toothaches can arise for a number of reasons and can cause a considerable amount of discomfort. According to the Merck Manual, the most common causes of toothaches include dental caries and abscesses. In addition to identifying ten common causes of tooth pains, the follow list offers a variety of soothing options for dental pain relief.Read More
Tooth sensitivity is no joke! Worn enamel, receding gums, cavities, and decaying dental work are just some of the issues that can cause hypersensitivity to varying conditions, such as cold and heat. According to Journal of the American Dental Association, one in eight adults suffer from sensitive teeth. Sensitivity can range from slight discomfort toRead More