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What is Cracked tooth syndrome and how it can affect my oral health?

Cracked tooth syndrome could be considered a type of dental trauma and also one of the possible causes of dental pain. It occurs when a tooth has a crack that’s too small to show up on X-rays, or is under the gum and challenging to identify. Mainly it appears on molars because they absorb most of the forces of chewing.

People who grind or clench their teeth may be more susceptible to cracked tooth syndrome because of the constant forces put on their teeth, mainly in patients aged between 30 to 50 years.

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Improve your quality of life and get rid of bulky dentures with affordable Snap in Dentures

Snap in Dentures are an affordable option for patients looking to replace lost teeth but who don’t want regular dentures nor the invasive surgery required for regular implants. Most patients prefer dental implants instead of regular dentures because they don’t shift or slip in the way dentures sometimes do.

Snap in dentures uses mini dental implants of titanium, they have the same structure as regular implants, but are slightly thinner in form.

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Learn more about Mayan culture during your dental vacations

Incorporate one or more of the next places in your vacations. They are the most important archaeological sites, where you will find intriguing monuments and pyramids while learning more about Mayan culture.

 

Chichen Itza:

Explore its seven square kilometers to appreciate in detail the evolution of the Mayan culture. In the middle of this

city you can find the pyramid of Kukulcan. This pyramid is very famous because during the spring equinox you can see the shadow of the feathered serpent (Quetzalcoatl) descending the stairs.

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The underworld in Maya mythology and their relationship with sinkholes (cenotes).

Xibalba is described in the Popol Vuh as a court below the surface of the Earth associated with death and with twelve gods or powerful rulers known as the Lords of Xibalba.

The Mayans believed that it was the place where their ancestors lived with the gods and other mythological beings such as the Ave Moan; which was the manifestation of the God of Death represented by a dog bird.

The royal court of Xibalba hosted 12 deities. The head of the pantheon is Hun-Came (“One Death”) followed by Vucub-Came (“Seven Death”) and the remaining ten Lords are demons, who given commission and domain over various forms of human suffering: to cause sickness, starvation, fear, destitution, pain, and ultimately death.

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5 common reasons to pull a tooth.

We all want to keep our teeth for a lifetime, but problems or circumstances may arise that affect your dental health, so your dentist will recommend you extract a tooth.

Your dentist will be able to examine the affected tooth and take dental x-rays to determine your dental injury. There are a lot of things your dentist can do to save a tooth from extraction, but sometimes there’s no choice other than to have the tooth removed.

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How to avoid dry socket after tooth extraction?

Dry socket is a condition that results when the newly formed blood clot at the extraction site becomes dissolve during healing. This exposes the bone and nerve endings and causes intense pain. It develops in about 4% of all extractions. This occurs when a blood clot doesn’t form in the hole or the blood clot breaks off or breaks down too early.

Typically, dry sockets begin to cause pain the third day after surgery.

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