Dental Blog - Category: Dental Problems


Tormented with Tonsillitis
Date: January 2, 2013 Richard Jones

Throat pain can be tormenting, especially if the discomfort does not go away on its own after a couple of days. Tonsillitis is one of the most common causes of pain in the throat area; this problem may heal on its own after a few days, but in some cases the use of antibiotics may […]

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Tormenting Tongue Problems
Date: December 14, 2012 Richard Jones

The tongue may not be readily seen when you smile, but it is an integral part of your overall dental health. Any problems concerning the tongue can cause a significant amount of pain and discomfort, and may also lead to serious dental problems if not addressed early enough. This is the reason why any pain […]

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Home Remedies for Jaw Ache
Date: November 30, 2012 Richard Jones

A painful jaw is not something that you can just ignore, especially if the pain becomes so intense that it radiates to surrounding body parts (such as the neck). Jaw ache may be a symptom of a more serious illness so it is important to have this pain checked to be able to come up […]

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Malocclusion (How the Teeth Fit Together) and Teeth Alignment Problems (Crooked or Gaps in Teeth)
Date: November 30, 2012 Richard Jones

Malocclusion is the improper alignment of the teeth (and how the teeth fit together), and the jaw ache problems that occur when the bite (how the upper and lower teeth come in contact with one another) is incorrect. Malocclusion also encompasses teeth alignment problems, such as crooked teeth or gaps between the teeth. In an […]

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Tackling a Trench Mouth Problem
Date: November 19, 2012 Richard Jones

Trench mouth is a dental problem characterised by the painful swelling of gums; it is also sometimes referred to as severe gingivitis, acute necrotizing ulcerative gingivitis, or Vincent’s stomatitis. The term “trench mouth” was coined from the period of World War 1, when this disease became quite common among soldiers who had no way out […]

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Mouth Sores Resulting from Loose Denture Problems
Date: October 31, 2012 Richard Jones

Problems from loose dentures can cause not only a great deal of embarrassment, but a significant amount of discomfort as well. When dentures become ill-fitting and lose their tight fit on the gums, they will start to move uncontrollably inside the mouth – sometimes in situations when even the slightest mouth movement results to the […]

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What Causes Loose Teeth Problems?
Date: October 18, 2012 Richard Jones

The condition of teeth becoming loose is common in children – in these cases, there is no need to worry too much (if at all) because the loose teeth that will fall out will eventually be replaced with the permanent teeth. Loose teeth in children can be the result of minor accidents such as a […]

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Solving a Sore Throat Problem
Date: September 27, 2012 Richard Jones

A sore throat problem is often one that is very uncomfortable, depending on the severity of the situation. Pain in the throat area can be something that gradually worsens in a matter of days; the onset of the discomfort can also be sudden, combined with tenderness and sometimes even fever. There are a number of […]

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Don’t Wake Up to Morning (Bad) Breath!
Date: September 14, 2012 Richard Jones

When you wake up in the morning, are you greeted by a smell that is less than pleasant? Do you find yourself rushing to brush your teeth in the morning, just to get rid of the bad smell coming from your mouth? Morning breath is even more bothersome and embarrassing when you think of how […]

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Where does My Dry Mouth Problem Come From?
Date: September 4, 2012 Richard Jones

A dry mouth problem may seem like a minor inconvenience; however, the dry mouth can lead to more serious dental problems if this concern is not treated soon enough. The feeling of a parched and extremely dry mouth can be experienced once in a while when one feels nervous or anxious – but if the […]

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