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Dietary Measures That Will Dramatically Ease Your TMJ Pain

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TMJ Diet

If you find it difficult to open your mouth completely, experience discomfort when chewing food, and your jaw locks often, you are likely suffering from TMJ disorder and your daily diet can make your condition severe. The main causes of the temporomandibular joint disorder are stress, misaligned teeth, and inflammatory musculoskeletal disorders but it is very important that you know…

Cosmetic Dentistry – For Your Physiological, Psychological & Social Benefit

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There are many different cosmetic dentistry services available today to enhance your smile and improve your appearance depending on your dental needs and desired results. If you are unhappy with your smile, you have several treatment options that can make a dramatic difference to your quality of life by giving you that stellar smile. However, the perks of cosmetic dentistry…

Get That Flawless White Smile with Cosmetic Dentistry Services

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Cosmetic Dentistry Procedures

Not everyone is blessed with a naturally beautiful smile. In fact, 50% of American adults are not happy with their smiles. If you are conscious about chipped, crooked, or stained teeth or not satisfied with your smile then cosmetic dentistry can give you a confident, captivating smile by restoring different parts of your dental structure. Different cosmetic dentistry services are…

6 Common Dental Mistakes and How Regular Checkups Can Help

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Importance of Regular Dental Visits

As children, we all learn the importance of caring for our teeth correctly, but often get sidetracked from our oral care routine as adults. Here are the 6 common dental mistakes that most people make: Infrequent Brushing – Brushing your teeth for at least two minutes twice a day, in the morning and before bedtime, removes food particles and prevents…

The Strange Connection between TMJ Disorder, Stress, Anxiety & Depression

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Temporomandibular joint disorder, also known simply as TMJ or TMD, is a condition that affects the hinge or joint connecting the upper and lower jaw. Chronic pain and other issues are common when this joint is not working as it should. People who suffer from this disorder often face depression, anxiety and stress as well. Here’s what the research says…

Does TMD Affect Women More Often Than Men?

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Did you know that about 90% of the ten million reported cases of people affected by TMJ are made by women in their child-baring years? In fact, studies revealed that women are about three times more likely than men to seek treatment for temporomandibular disorders and the ratio of the number of women seeking help for severe TMJ symptoms as…

Tooth Care Tips to Keep Your Kid’s Smile Healthy This Halloween

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It’s that time of the year again! Sweet treats, spooky decor, zombies, and witches are all set for the annual trick-or-treat haul. Like every year, this year also parents will spend billions on costumes and candies while kids will have one sole goal in mind – accumulating piles of candy which is no less than a nightmare for every parent.…

What You Need to Know About TMJ Disorders in Children and Adolescents

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Did you know that like adults, even children are at a risk of developing TMJ disorders? The American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry (AAPD) has found cases of TMJ pain in children as young as infants. While it is extremely rare, there are instances of TMD development in young children and teens. One study has reported that 4.2% of adolescents aged…

Diet Dos and Don’ts after Getting a Tooth Implant

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Recovering from a dental implant surgery is a process that requires you to take a few precautions especially on your diet and hygiene. This is because of getting the dental implants to fuse with the bone tissue to ensure proper support for implants and stability. Generally, a soft diet is recommended for five to seven days to ensure that the…

Pregnancy Dental Care 101

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Good oral health is important for everyone, but it’s even more critical to take care of your teeth and gums when you’re expecting a baby. Hormonal changes during pregnancy can affect your dental health, especially when you’re battling with morning sickness and food cravings. Here are some common dental problems you may face while pregnant: Pregnancy Gingivitis – Increased levels…