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Five Vegan Sources Of Calcium To Keep Your Teeth Healthy

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You probably already know that calcium is important for your dental health, but do you know which foods are the best sources of this mineral? As a vegan, you don’t eat some of the high-calcium foods, such as milk and seafood, that other people depend on for calcium. Don’t let your dental health suffer as a result of your dietary choices. Including these five calcium-rich foods in your meal plans, along with regular trips to the dentist, will help ensure your teeth stay strong and cavity-free.…

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Dental Treatment Options For A Fractured Cusp

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Teeth sometimes crack due to trauma or decay. When the break occurs on the chewing surface of a tooth, it’s called a fractured cusp. This type of crack often appears around a filling that was previously inserted to plug a hole in the tooth. Minor fractured cusps tend not to cause any pain or discomfort. More severe fractures can expose the sensitive root material inside the tooth and make chewing or eating hot or cold foods uncomfortable.…

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Removing "Milk Teeth": How Your Dentist Determines If These Unusual Teeth Should Be Removed

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A children’s dental care specialist sees some strange cases. Your regular dentist is likely to make the referral for you to the specialist when your child is one of the unusual cases. The most unusual cases involve infants who are born with teeth! This can make it really difficult for nursing mothers to feed their newborns because the newborn will bite while trying to nurse. According to specialists, about one in every two to three thousand births results in milk teeth, also referred to as fetal or natal teeth.…

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