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Mouth Sores and What’s Causing Them

Mouth Sores and What’s Causing Them

When you notice growths or lesions on your tongue, lips, gums, inner side of your cheeks or roof of your mouth, it’s highly likely that they are mouth sores. They are unpleasant and painful growths that can make your life difficult and leave you feeling pretty self-conscious. Aside from internal mouth sores, we also distinguish…

missing teeth and why to replace them

Missing teeth – Why to replace them (part 2)

In the post from last week, we talked about missing teeth, what could be the main causes and how common it is. We also mentioned why should you replace them (self-confidence, diet, overall health etc.). Now that we have all that covered, we will focus a little more on the alternatives and options when you…

replacing missing teeth

Why you should replace your missing teeth – part 1

Missing teeth is a common occurrence in adults and it can happen for any number of reasons, although the most common ones are congenital, tooth loss due to tooth decay and trauma. Now, even though missing teeth are common, that doesn’t mean that it should be ignored. In fact, when it comes to your health…

how can teeth whitening change lives

How can teeth whitening change lives?

People can often feel self-conscious about their teeth and it’s not really a mystery why is that. In order to feel comfortable around others, you need to have a dazzling white smile and not many have that. So you often put your hand over your mouth when you laugh, during job interviews or when you’re…

Health risks of gum disease

Health risks of gum disease

When you neglect your oral health for a longer period of time, bacteria which are normally found in your mouth, multiply in such great numbers that they get into your gums and cause infections commonly known as gum disease. The body’s natural response to this is sending antibodies to fight the infection and destroy the…

dry mouth - reasons and solutions

Dry Mouth – Reasons and Solutions

Did you ever get a feeling that you don’t have enough saliva in your mouth? We all have at some point. When the production and secretion of saliva is reduced, we call that dry mouth or Xerostomia. Dry mouth can have many causes and today we are going to discuss a few and also how…