Canker Sores: Treatment And Prevention

Posted on: 12 November 2014
One of the worst things that can happen to you during the holiday season is the development of canker sores in your mouth. Although you might be determined to do so, eating turkey and all the fixings while in pain is not the best way to enjoy your holidays. Fortunately, you can treat sores you have and even stop the development of others.  What Is a Canker Sore? You might have had a canker sore in the past, but did not know the medical term for it.
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What Is A Temporomandibular Disorder? And How Is It Treated?

Posted on: 12 November 2014
The term temporomandibular disorder, or TMD, is a term that refers to a group of issues that are related to muscular pain, or temporomandibular (jaw) joint inflammation. These conditions are relatively common throughout the United States. Because they are so common, and they are often not medically managed, it can be helpful for individuals who understand the signs and symptoms of the condition to get them examined. Who Experiences TMDs?
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Five Things That May Be Aggravating Your Oversensitive Teeth

Posted on: 12 November 2014
Does just the thought of chewing ice, biting into a sugar-filled confection or slurping down a hot drink give you the chills? If so, you probably suffer from oversensitive teeth, and you're not alone. One survey approximates that one in eight people has overly sensitive teeth, a result of teeth whose enamel has worn down or whose roots are exposed. Read on for a list of five things you may be doing to aggravate your already hypersensitive teeth.
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