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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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TOP TRAVELING TIPS FOR YOUR NEXT DENTAL VACATIONS

Smile with confidence again and enjoy this Caribbean paradise with these top traveling tips for your next dental vacation:

Spend less and get more.

If you can choose the date of your appointment, we recommend coming during the “low season” to avoid tourist crowds. Flights and accommodation are less expensive from September through early November, and during May.

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What is a dental filling and which type is the best for my dental health?

Fillings help restoring our teeth damage. A dental filling, also called a dental restoration, is intended to replace tooth structure lost to decay.

When your dentist gives you a filling, he or she first removes the decayed tooth material, cleans the affected area, and then fills the cleaned area.

The fillings are made of different materials. No one type of filling is best for everyone, what is right for you will be determined by your dentist; whether you have allergies to certain materials, where is needed the filling and the cost. The next are fillings most used by dentists:

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bleeding gums

Bleeding Gums: Causes and prevention

Bleeding gums are the most often symptom of dental diseases, they can be caused by certain factors, for example:

Gingivitis: It is caused by the bacterial plaque that builds on the surface of your teeth and gums.

Poor oral hygiene: Usually the patient’s failure to keep good oral hygiene habits, such as regular brushing and flossing of teeth to remove plaque and tartar from the teeth.

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astonishing smile with snap in dentures

Get an astonishing smile and improve the strength for your bite

This is a story about one of our patients, her name is Sandy, she came from Hawaii for her dental treatment.

She had dental problems, she couldn’t eat and taste some food and she was embarrassed of her smile all the time.

Sandy was looking for an affordable dental procedure to help her to recover the strength in her bite and she found us.

Snap in dentures helps to restore the look and functionality of your mouth. We have the best technology and qualified medical staff to place dental implants.

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