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Root Canal Symptoms

Root canal symptoms may not be present, but signs to watch out for include toothpain keeping you awake at night, pain on biting, dental abscesses under the gums and prolonged pain to hot/cold drinks or substances. More on dental abscesses here. The … Continue reading

Toothache caused by Sensitive Teeth

Many people suffer from sensitive teeth. It can affect individual teeth in the arch or even all the teeth may be equally affected. Gum recession is a very common cause of tooth sensitivity. With receded gums, tooth structure which was … Continue reading

Teeth Whitening Options

Teeth whitening is one of the most popular treatments carried out by dentists. We live in a world where perfect smiles are coveted and enjoyed. There are many products on the market that claim to be as effective as prescribed … Continue reading

Sensitive teeth after Teeth Whitening

Sensitive teeth after Teeth Whitening is a very common side-effect of teeth whitening treatments. It can be easily mistaken for toothache. The sensitivity will subside after the treatment and desensitizing gels and toothpastes can be supplied by your dentist to help … Continue reading

Dental Abscess

Dental abscesses can occur quite commonly and can cause quite severe toothache. A dental abscess develops when a collection of pus forms and builds up, in the gums adjacent to a tooth. This “swelling” causes pressure and can be quite uncomfortable … Continue reading

Severe toothache that leads to tooth extraction

Severe toothache is one of the worst types of pain one can experience. When a tooth gets so badly affected and cannot be saved, where the symptoms just can’t be relieved, the best option sometimes is to just have the … Continue reading

Pain After Tooth Extraction

Pain after tooth extractions is very common. After having a tooth pulled out, you won’t feel any pain straight away as the local anaesthetic will still be present and the area will still be numb. Once the anaesthetic has worn … Continue reading

First Dental Visit

What to expect on your first dental visit? The first dental visit is crucial. It is almost certain that you will be nervous/anxious and if you are on this site, experiencing dental pain. The dentist will try to calm you … Continue reading

Identifying Dental Problems(Diagnosis Tips)

Identifying Dental Problems(Diagnosis Tips) Dental pulp  Each tooth has a dental nerve and blood supply within it. This is called the dental pulp and it lies in the middle of the tooth and the roots of the tooth. Dental pulp … Continue reading

Oral Cancer

Oral Cancer It is should be noted that oral cancer can be assessed by patients as well as dentists. Your dentist will screen for Oral Cancer at each dental appointment but if you drink, smoke or eat betel nut you … Continue reading