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2 Oral Rinses To Help Your Teen Treat Tooth Soreness After Getting Porcelain Veneers

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Porcelain veneers are not a cosmetic procedure that is only reserved for older individuals. Teens can often decide to get porcelain veneers in order to fix inconsistencies in their smiles. If they suffer from chipped or cracked teeth, then this is often one of the better dental solutions. One of the temporary aftereffects associated with porcelain veneers is tooth soreness. The soreness happens because part of the enamel is stripped to create a surface for the placement of the veneers.…

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5 Fun Ways To Keep Your Children's Teeth Healthy

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Getting your children to be excited about brushing their teeth every morning and night is not easy. In fact, it can be like pulling teeth. Of course, you want to actually avoid real teeth pulling by keeping your children’s teeth healthy. Here are five fun ways to do this: Change the Toothpaste and Toothbrush: The first thing you should be doing is changing the toothpaste and toothbrush regularly. This way, they are excited to use something new.…

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2 Tips To Improve Your Teen's Recovery From Corrective Jaw Surgery For A Malocclusion

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It can be a bit easier to realign crooked teeth when smiling. However, if your teeth feel and appear misaligned when your mouth is closed, then you most likely have a malocclusion. When detected in teens, corrective jaw surgery is often recommended to correct the problem. The procedure involves wearing braces beforehand and undergoing an invasive procedure to help realign the jaw line. After the procedure is complete, your teen may not experience much discomfort.…

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