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  • Sponsorship | DeCare Dental Insurance BLOG
    December 2015 November 2015 October 2015 September 2015 August 2015 July 2015 June 2015 May 2015 April 2015 March 2015 February 2015 January 2015 December 2014 November 2014 March 2014 November 2013 May 2013 SOCIAL MEDIA SOCIAL MEDIA Most Popular Posts decaredental ie dental pl decaredental files wordpr Have a Query 1890 130 017 or 353 0 94 93 78608 Mon Thur 8 30am to 5pm Fri 8 30am to

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  • healthy pancakes | DeCare Dental Insurance BLOG
    Oral Health Tips Research Videos Archives February 2016 December 2015 November 2015 October 2015 September 2015 August 2015 July 2015 June 2015 May 2015 April 2015 March 2015 February 2015 January 2015 December 2014 November 2014 March 2014 November 2013 May 2013 SOCIAL MEDIA SOCIAL MEDIA Most Popular Posts decaredental ie dental pl decaredental files wordpr Have a Query 1890 130 017 or 353 0 94 93 78608 Mon Thur

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  • pancakes | DeCare Dental Insurance BLOG
    Health Tips Research Videos Archives February 2016 December 2015 November 2015 October 2015 September 2015 August 2015 July 2015 June 2015 May 2015 April 2015 March 2015 February 2015 January 2015 December 2014 November 2014 March 2014 November 2013 May 2013 SOCIAL MEDIA SOCIAL MEDIA Most Popular Posts decaredental ie dental pl decaredental files wordpr Have a Query 1890 130 017 or 353 0 94 93 78608 Mon Thur 8

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  • shrove tuesday | DeCare Dental Insurance BLOG
    Oral Health Tips Research Videos Archives February 2016 December 2015 November 2015 October 2015 September 2015 August 2015 July 2015 June 2015 May 2015 April 2015 March 2015 February 2015 January 2015 December 2014 November 2014 March 2014 November 2013 May 2013 SOCIAL MEDIA SOCIAL MEDIA Most Popular Posts decaredental ie dental pl decaredental files wordpr Have a Query 1890 130 017 or 353 0 94 93 78608 Mon Thur

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  • teeth | DeCare Dental Insurance BLOG
    comment Why boiled tap water should be used to make up infant formula Use boiled tap water when making up infant formula This will ensure the baby teeth are exposed to Read Article Oral Health Tips The bottom of my top two teeth seem to be becoming see through Is there anything I can do April 8 2015 by editor Leave a comment You may have dental erosion tooth surface loss TSL If so this condition should be carefully monitored by your dentist The first and most important consideration is to get an Read Article Ask The Dentist My three year old daughter grinds her teeth while sleeping Is there anything I can do or do I need to take her to the dentist April 8 2015 by editor Leave a comment Teeth grinding bruxism is a common habit in young children and usually disappears on its own as children grow older The two peak periods for bruxism are when the baby Read Article Ask The Dentist My 3 year old son fell and banged his mouth and his front tooth has turned grey Will he lose the tooth Will it affect his permanent teeth April 8 2015 by editor Leave a comment There is no need to worry your son will probably lose his front baby tooth at around six years of age just before the permanent front tooth comes into the Read Article Ask The Dentist My nine year old daughter has yellow stains and discolouration on some of her teeth especially her top two Is there anything I can do March 3 2015 by editor Leave a comment If you can try to find out from your dentist what is the cause of your daughter s tooth discoloration If the stains are extrinsic on the outside of

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  • Dental Emergencies | DeCare Dental Insurance BLOG
    Broken or Chipped Teeth See a dentist immediately Try to find the broken or chipped portion of the tooth and take it with you Even if that part of the tooth cannot be bonded back to the rest of the tooth the dentist may be able to use the piece to recreate the appearance of the original tooth Toothache Rinse your child s mouth with warm water to clean it Use floss to remove any food that may be trapped between teeth You may give your child a painkiller such as a pediatric sugar free version of paracetamol for the pain but you must visit your dentist immediately to find out the cause of the toothache Injuries to Soft Tissues These include tears cuts or punctures to the cheeks lips or tongue Clean the wound immediately with warm water and then go to a hospital or emergency center for treatment If there is a cut to the tongue pull the tongue forward and apply pressure to the area with a clean cloth or with gauze to stop the bleeding DeCare Dental Insurance can help you save money on your dental care and protect your oral health Share this Twitter Facebook Google Like this Like Loading Related Tags broken tooth chipped tooth Dental Emergencies Dental Insurance Displaced Teeth soft tissue injury Toothache Post navigation How to brush your teeth correctly Is it true that your gums bleed more easily when you are pregnant Leave a Reply Cancel reply Enter your comment here Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in Email required Address never made public Name required Website You are commenting using your WordPress com account Log Out Change You are commenting using your Twitter account Log Out Change You are commenting using your Facebook account

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  • Root Canal treatment | DeCare Dental Insurance BLOG
    is to remove all dead tissue and decontaminate the empty canal space fill the empty space with a biologically compatible material and seal off this space so that nothing can leak in or leak out Sealing the root at its tip in the bone and at the occlusal biting surface of the tooth in the mouth is the ultimate objective of root canal treatment which will ensure its success Root canal treatment is a highly successful therapy in dentistry resulting in many more teeth being preserved for a lifetime provided that proper follow up care is provided including placing a protective crown over a root treated tooth Who will carry out my root canal Carrying out a root treatment successfully requires a high level of skill precision expert knowledge and high tech equipment Most root canal treatments are carried out by general dental practitioners The procedure is straight forward in many respects especially when carried out on a single rooted tooth like a front incisor tooth However it can become complex in multi rooted teeth in teeth with additional lateral canals and in individuals with unusual anatomical variation These cases are sometimes referred by a general dental practitioner to an endodontist who limits his or her practice exclusively to carrying out root canal treatments Root canal treatment step by step The treatment usually follows the following steps It may be carried at one treatment visit or it may require 2 visits or more depending on the level of complexity Diagnosis including radiographs and treatment plan Local anesthetic and placement of rubber dam to isolate tooth Access cavity created in tooth to allow easy instrumentation Removal of nerve and pulp contents and decontamination of root canals Placement of biologically compatible root filling and seal apex near root tip Filling restoration placed

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  • The Wisdom on Wisdom Teeth | DeCare Dental Insurance BLOG
    nerve damage damage to other teeth infection bleeding very rarely death When should wisdom teeth be removed NICE recommends that only patients who have diseased wisdom teeth or other problems with their mouth should have their wisdom teeth removed Your dentist or oral surgeon will be aware of the sort of disease or condition which would require you to have surgery These conditions include untreatable tooth decay damage to adjacent teeth abscesses recurrent infection of overlying gum cysts tumours if the tooth is in the way of other surgery Removing the tooth The actual extraction can be done by a dentist or it may be referred to an oral surgeon who is a specialist dentist The decision is based on the dentist s and the patient s preference and any case specifics such as how deep the roots are and whether the teeth are erupted or impacted Some wisdom teeth can be removed with ease in a few minutes especially upper wisdom teeth Lower wisdom teeth are usually more difficult and can take anything from 30 minutes to an hour The procedure can be done in the dentist s surgery or in the oral surgeon s surgery a special surgical day care centre or in a hospital or dental hospital It can be performed under local anaesthetic intravenous sedation or general anaesthesia Before the operation Pre operative instructions are comprehensive and may include fasting instructions for a general anaesthetic No food or drink for six hours before the operation and no smoking to reduce chance of infection and improve healing The operation There are several methods that can be used to remove wisdom teeth An extraction involves getting access to the tooth through the soft and sometimes hard tissue bone gently detaching the connective tissue between the tooth and bone and removing the tooth After the operation After a general anaesthetic or sedation expect to be out of action for least two days avoiding driving and other complex tasks requiring full attention span The first six to eight hours are usually uncomfortable and will require medication prescribed by the surgeon or strong over the counter pain medication Swelling should be controlled by ice packs and bleeding with a pressure pack of folded gauze pads placed over the extraction site A soft diet is generally best for the first few days following the extraction Teeth can be brushed the next day but be careful to avoid the surgical area for the first few days If you notice any unusual bleeding swelling or pain in the days following the surgery call your dentist or oral surgeon immediately How to prevent a dry socket Dry socket is the most common complication following a wisdom tooth extraction This is a very painful condition which is often accompanied by a foul odour and bad taste It occurs when the normal healing process is interrupted by an improperly formed blood clot or if a newly formed blood clot is dislodged too early This results in the

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