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Archive for the 'Baby Dental Care' Category

Baby Dental – Expensive Dental Care

Nov. 24th 2020

I have a little over $3500.00 dollars worth of dental work to be done and that is my cost with having dental insurance. The total cost for all the dental work I need is $8000.00. So my dental insurance is covering a big part of it.

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Baby Dental – Baking Soda

Nov. 16th 2020

Can you brush your two year old teeth with baking soda? My two year old is always trying to eat the toothpaste when I have him brush his teeth. I would like to know if I can have him use just baking soda until he is older? That way I do not have to worry about him eating toothpaste.

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Baby Dental – Dental Care what is Dental Pulp?

Nov. 5th 2020

Dental Pulp: The pulp is the center of the tooth. The pulp contains blood vessels, nerves, and connective tissue.

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Baby Dental – Dental Care what is Dentin?

Oct. 31st 2020

The second layer of a tooth is called dentin. When the tooth enamel is damaged, it may expose the dentin. Small tubes within the dentin allows hot and cold food to stimulate the nerves of the tooth. When that happens the stimulation of the nerves can cause pain and tooth sensitivity

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Baby Dental – What is Tooth Enamel?

Oct. 29th 2020

Tooth Enamel: Tooth enamel protects the inner layers of your tooth as enamel is the hard outer layer of your tooth. Tooth enamel contains no living cells and is the hardest structure in the human body.

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Baby Dental – Aftercare for Tooth Extraction

Oct. 24th 2020

After having a tooth extraction, it is important to follow your dentist’s aftercare instructions regarding how to take care of the extraction site, as this will lead to a better outcome for your and your oral health.

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Baby Dental – Preventing Dry Socket

Oct. 18th 2020

Dry Socket can happen after having a tooth extraction, if the blood clot fails to form or becomes dislodged the bone and nerves in the socket become exposed. Dry socket is delayed healing and can be very painful. Here are some Tips to prevent dry socket.

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Baby Dental – Diabetes and Bad Breath

Oct. 15th 2020

There are some underlying choronic conditions that are not direectly related to the month, yet can sometimes be responsible for unpleasant breath odor

For an example: Did you know that un-treated diabetes can be a cause of bad breath issues? In some cases liver or kidney disease may result in bad breath as well.

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Baby Dental – Bad Breath and Poor Oral Hygiene

Oct. 10th 2020

Having poor oral hygiene is going to cause greater oral health care issues then just bad breath. However, poor oral hygiene is the most common causes of morning breath. Proper brushing and flossing remove bacteria and food particles that cause bad breath.

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Baby Dental – Bad Breath and Dry Mouth

Oct. 4th 2020

If you wake up to dry mouth you may also experience morning breath. The reason is because saliva helps the mouth clear out bacteria that build up over the day and night. If the mouth is not producing enough saliva, bacteria will be able to build up more often. As a result, the release of volatile sulfur compounds overnight may be higher, potentially causing morning breath.

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