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What are the Most Common Dental Problems for Adults?
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What are the Most Common Dental Problems for Adults?

If you experience a dental problem this year, it’s likely to be on this list. Here are some of the most common dental problems for adults.

Sores on Cheeks, Gums, or Lips

 

Sores that appear on your lips or near your nose and chin are called cold sores or fever blisters.…

Top 10 Signs You Need to See the Dentist – Now
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Top 10 Signs You Need to See the Dentist – Now

 

You probably know that you’re supposed to visit the dentist for a regular checkup at least every six months or so. Doing this not only gives your teeth and gums a more thorough cleaning than you can do at home, helping to remove tartar and plaque that you can’t, it also allows the dentist to catch things before they become bigger problems.…

Dental Hygiene Tips to Follow During Pregnancy
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Dental Hygiene Tips to Follow During Pregnancy

Being pregnant comes with a whole new set of rules for eating, drinking, and moving. No one would think twice about standing near a microwave or eating tuna… until they get pregnant.

 

On top of rules that a doctor may tell you, there are tons of old wives’ tales out there, plus all of the unsolicited advice that you are bound to receive from other moms.…

A Whiter Smile Doesn’t Always Mean a Healthier Smile
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A Whiter Smile Doesn't Always Mean a Healthier Smile

There’s nothing wrong with wanting whiter, brighter teeth – or with using teeth-whitening products. Many people feel that shiny white teeth make their smile look better. If you’re feeling better about how you look, it can make you happier and more confident.…

5 Important Things We Learned about Dental Care Last Year
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5 Important Things We Learned about Dental Care Last Year

Going to the dentist is not the same experience that you might have had when you were a kid. X-rays are done differently, fillings are rarely bright silver anymore, and some dentists even put patients in massage chairs to calm them down during their appointment.…