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For certain orthodontic cases, tooth extraction – or pulling out teeth to remove them – is necessary to achieve the best results, with straight teeth and a healthy smile.

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Oral Cancer Awareness on World Health Day If you have noticed sores on the lips, cheeks, or gums, this could be a sign of oral cancer. You should also notice any swelling, lumps, rough spots, or eroded areas. White patches that develop are also indicative of oral cancer. Other signs of oral cancer include unexplained […]

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Summer-A good time to start orthodontic treatment. With school back in session, there are numerous extracurricular activities that may keep kids from going to the dentist. The kids are usually engaged in home works, tuitions and many other things. The families are busy, and the school year can often extend past bedtime.

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Can an Online/DIY Aligner replace Aligners provided by a qualified Orthodontist? While an online aligner can be cheaper than aligners given by an Orthodontist, it cannot be a substitute. The alignment of the teeth can’t be altered effectively with an online aligner. Also, mail order aligners are made by people who don’t have any training […]

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Dental Tips For Safer Holi If you are a fan of the festival of colors, you should know that the colours can harm your teeth. Although the joy of the festival is a lot, it is important to protect your teeth during the festivities. It is advisable to wear dental caps and sunglasses when playing […]

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Symptoms of Head and Neck Cancer Head and neck cancer symptoms may include a lump in the neck or a sore in the mouth or the throat that does not heal and may be painful, a sore throat that does not go away, difficulty in swallowing, and a change or hoarseness in the voice.

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What is Head and Neck Cancer? You may be confused about head and neck cancer symptoms if you’ve ever wondered. Here is some information to help you understand the disease and your treatment options. Most types of head and neck cancer are treated with surgery, and the purpose of surgery to remove cancerous cells is […]

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Who Needs Full Mouth Rehabilitation? Several factors may make a patient a candidate for full mouth rehabilitation. These factors include extensive damage to the teeth, congenital dental defects, and dental cancer. In addition, some patients may have several dental issues that require full mouth restoration. To determine whether you’re a candidate, you should visit your […]

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What Is Full Mouth Rehabilitation? Full Mouth Rehabilitation Involves the evaluation of teeth, gums, jaw bones, muscles, and overall appearance. Some people are candidates for full mouth rehabilitation, but the procedure is not suitable for everyone. Those with extensive damage or missing teeth should consider this treatment, as it can help them feel better about […]