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5 Solutions to Stop Your TMJ Suffering

Are you experiencing painful tension headaches? Or maybe you find your jaw is constantly in pain? If so, you may be suffering from temporomandibular joint, or TMJ, dysfunction/disorder. This condition is also referred to simply as TMD. People have two temporomandibular joints—one on each side of their face—that act as hinges, connecting your jawbone to your skull. When these joints are stressed, TMJ dysfunction/disorder may occur. TMJ dysfunction affects 20 to 30 percent of the adult population. Common symptoms include tension headaches, persistent ... Read more

Keep Your Smile Sparkling and Fresh on Your First Date

It's no surprise that one of the first things people notice about you is your smile, and if you've got a big first date planned, you want your teeth looking their best from the second you meet to the moment you say goodbye. You don't need to have a perfect smile to make the right impression – having bright, clean teeth and fresh breath goes a long way in making you look great and feel confident. Here's how to keep your ... Read more

Keeping Your Teeth Safe in Swimming & in Sports

During the summer months, your teeth might be especially vulnerable to injury because of the increase in outdoor sports activities. Contact sports, swimming, and diving all pose dangers to your pearly whites.  Here are a few tips to keep your teeth safe this summer. Swimming & Chlorine Swimming in a chlorinated pool frequently discolors teeth and causes them to take on a yellowish, brown hue. The pool chemicals have a higher pH level than your mouth's ... Read more

Best Ways to Prevent Cavities Each Day

Every day is a new day to improve your oral health. You can prevent cavities by doing very simple things like practicing good oral health habits and maintaining a healthy diet. Here are the best ways you can prevent cavities each day, courtesy of Savannah Dental Care. 1. Floss, floss, floss We know…you’ve been reading about “flossgate” and there is a study that claims that you don’t really need to floss. We hate to burst your bubble, but flossing is very, very important ... Read more

Underlying Dangers of Dental Health

Yes, there may be something wrong... Yes, there can be something very wrong with a tooth, even if it appears visibly sound. There are a few different scenarios that could cause a bad situation to develop if not promptly taken care of. First, it could be caused by issues with your gums. Second, it could be caused by nerve issues (dead nerves or damaged nerves), and third, harbored infections that are held in pockets within multiple areas of the teeth/gum-line can cause ... Read more
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