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Why Does My Mouth Feel Dry?

Top Reasons for Dry Mouth Syndrome

By Oral Health
  Do you struggle with a persistently dry mouth? Many people do but surprisingly, there could be a very simple way to curb this. Dry mouth can cause foul breath, which can cause embarrassment and withdrawal; this condition may be a symptom of something else going on. It is estimated that 10% of people experience Dry Mouth Syndrome, which is simply a lack of adequate saliva. Around a quarter of the senior population report chronic symptoms, which may be in direct correlation with an increase in other health conditions. Dry…
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Top Reasons Your Teeth Are Becoming Weaker and Worn Down

Top Reasons Your Teeth Are Becoming Weaker and Worn Down

By Oral Health
Are your teeth becoming worn down? There are a few prevalent reasons why your teeth may be weak and worn, as well as some tips for dealing with the subsequent sensitivity and discomfort. Know the prime causes of weak, worn teeth as well as what you can do about the pain. If your teeth are becoming weaker and worn down, here are three reasons: Bruxism Bruxism is a fancy term for grinding your teeth, which causes them to become weak and worn down over time. This is not uncommon and…
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Pain and Discomfort in your Jaw? See Your Mt. Pleasant Dentist First

Pain and Discomfort in your Jaw? See Your Mt. Pleasant Dentist First

By Dental Health, Dental Visit, Oral Health
  Several conditions and causes can contribute to jaw pain, many are dental-related. Are you experiencing jaw pain or discomfort? Don't suffer - see your dentist today. An Abscess There is a good chance that if tooth pain accompanies the pain in your jaw, inflammation, or a fever, you could have a tooth abscess. An abscess is an infection in the roots of your teeth and warrants assessment by your dentist. You may need to have the abscess drained or have a root canal to save the tooth. You may…
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Oral Health Problems May Affect Your Overall Health

Oral Health Problems May Affect Your Overall Health

By Oral Health
  Overall health and wellbeing is significantly impacted by Oral Health. Failure to maintain healthy oral hygiene can pave the way for a number of medical issues, illnesses, and problems. Some ways that oral health problems may affect your overall health and wellbeing include: Gum Disease It does not come as a surprise that your mouth is loaded with bacteria, some good and some bad. Daily brushing and flossing keeps the less-healthy bacteria at bay. If you fail to maintain dental hygiene, bacteria could morph into oral infections, gum disease,…
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