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Ten Reasons Why the Roof of Your Mouth Could Be Swollen

Ten Reasons Why the Roof of Your Mouth Could Be Swollen

Ten Reasons Why the Roof of Your Mouth Could Be Swollen

A dentist refers to the roof of your mouth as the “palate.” It’s likely you don’t think about that part of your mouth very often, unless when you eat something hot and burn it. It doesn’t really require a lot of attention as a general rule. When you do notice it, it’s...

How Serious is a Cracked Tooth?

You might not think you can miss something like a cracked tooth, but it’s a problem that is surprisingly easy to overlook. Many cracks that form in teeth are too small to be seen by the naked eye, and some hairline cracks might not even show up on an x-ray....
Avoid Bad Breath By Brushing Your Tongue

Avoid Bad Breath By Brushing Your Tongue

By now, you hopefully know that you should be brushing your teeth twice a day, but you might not know about the importance of brushing your tongue. The surface of your tongue is the ideal breeding ground for bacteria that can cause bad breath. But left unattended it...
Why is the Roof of my Mouth Swollen?

Why is the Roof of my Mouth Swollen?

Have you ever noticed the roof of the mouth as it begins to swell? Maybe you didn’t even realize it had become swollen. It’s actually a common thing for many people. Here are some of the most common causes and when you need to seek professional help for...
Cavity Prevention: The Anatomy of a Cavity

Cavity Prevention: The Anatomy of a Cavity

Almost all adults above the age of 20 will develop at least one cavity during their lifetimes, which is why Dr. Alan Mulandi and recommend that all dental patients educate themselves about how to defend against cavity formation. What exactly is a cavity? A cavity is a...
What Symptoms Are Caused by Teething?

What Symptoms Are Caused by Teething?

Teething can tough on you and your infant as all of their baby teeth come in. According to Dr. Tim Brooks, your child gets their first tooth at about 6 months, and all 20 teeth by 30 months. Knowing what to expect can help you deal with the many issues associated with...
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