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Mandibular Pain

Facial and maxillofacial pain is a common problem that affects millions of people around the world. This poses many of the health challenges in the health care community when diagnosing and treating because there are so many potential causes for maxillofacial pain. Yes, its correct diagnosis is vital. Doctors need to identify the exact cause […]

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Cleft Lip

A cleft lip, gum, or palate in front of the mouth can cause a variety of problems for the teeth. They affect the number, size, shape, and position of deciduous and permanent teeth. Teeth damaged by cleft lip and palate are usually located in the cleft palate; Like lateral teeth. A gap is created between […]

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Toothaches and Headaches

If you suffer from both headaches and toothaches, it is natural to wonder if these two symptoms are related. Maybe your toothache also triggers a headache, or maybe a combination of headache and toothache indicates a major health problem such as a sinus infection or temporomandibular joint dysfunction. There are many causes of toothache, such […]

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Braces and Facial Features

Dental braces, also known as dental orthodontics, can change lives. All you have to do is endure and use them for a year or more. Today, we explain to many of our patients that many Hollywood stars can only have beautiful smiles in their photos by using this brace or dental wire. Of course, there […]

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Occlusion

Occlusion is a term that refers to the order and regularity of teeth. Ideally, the teeth should fit snugly together and not be too tight or spaced apart. Also, none of the teeth should be crooked or crooked. The maxillary teeth should slightly cover the mandibular teeth so that the protrusions of the mandibular teeth […]

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Front Tooth Implants

Many accidents and injuries may cause bone damage, bruising or fractures for a person, but all of these gradually improve. Only if a person loses one of the front teeth is there no better alternative than a front tooth implant. In a person’s smile, the upper and front teeth are very visible and most of […]

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Teething in Babies

Teething in children is a physiological process that causes changes in the child’s mouth. Some babies erupt early, but some start to teethe later than others. This process in children is sometimes easy but sometimes difficult and with various symptoms that can be worrying for parents. The process of teething a child is not the […]

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Foods That Strengthen Teeth

As soon as a meal enters our mouth, the bacteria in the mouth begin to break down the sugar in it and produce acid, which attacks the tooth enamel, causing tooth decay. So the more times we eat, the more, in the same way, we expose our teeth to the process of tooth decay more. […]

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Toothache in Pregnancy

Pregnancy is a wonderful period and every woman wants to experience motherhood. But pregnancy may not be easy for all women. Pregnancy has its challenges, one of which is toothache. In this article, you will understand the causes of toothache in pregnancy and the ways of dental care and oral health in pregnancy. Both the […]

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Implants

After a tooth is lost and replaced, there may be many problems with chewing and even speaking. One way to treat this condition is to use dental implants. Dental implants are one of the dental treatments that replace natural lost teeth. Although artificial implants are completely inanimate structures, they are strong enough to chew food […]