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To Be an Amalgam Filling or To Be a Composite Filling, That is the Question!

So, what’s the difference between the two? For starters, amalgam fillings have been in the field of dentistry for 150 years. Even though amalgam has been around for quite some time. 231 more words

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Surviving a Tooth Abscess/Infection With Essential Oils

Last weekend I started having an immense amount of tooth pain. It kept me from eating, sleeping, and of course updating the blog. The pain lasted about three days and I’m sure it would have lasted longer if I didn’t do everything in my power to try and stop it. 577 more words

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Prevent And Handle Oral Difficulties At A Discount

Mouth pain normally implies an issue. Oftentimes, the anguish is actually the effect of a cavity which can be effortlessly treated from a dental office. The issue for a lot of individuals will be the expense of that oral remedy. 235 more words

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Cavity Protection with Dental Sealants at 7 DAY DENTAL


Dental sealants are thin plastic coatings that are applied to the grooves on the chewing surfaces of the back teeth to protect them from tooth decay. 81 more words

Let Your Dentist Explain What Happens When You Have a Cavity


Most cavities are caused by plaque eating away at the enamel on teeth. Left untreated, plaque can ultimately eat a hole right into the tooth. Raleigh, NC dental patients have the luxury of choosing the best care for early cavity detection before serious and painful issues develop. 105 more words

Movement. Are you Biting yourself in the Arse?

Before beginning a movement program, I find it important to ask why my students want to move their bodies. To me, it’s important to uncover the intention behind their motivation, much like peeling back the curtain to take a peek at the Wizard of Oz. 546 more words

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Is the Substantial Charge for Dentistry Stopping You from Obtaining the Treatment You May Need? Here's Help!

It really is sad that numerous men and women put off making routine consultations with their dental professional as a result of pricey dental care and the complete lack of dental insurance. 294 more words

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