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According to the Health Policy Institute, dentists from around the country reported about a 63% increase in chipped and cracked teeth among patients during the pandemic compared to before it. Another area of concern is cavities since there was a nearly 40% increase in cavities related to the COVID-19 pandemic. In this article, we’ll explain what a COVID cavity is and how you can help prevent cavities to improve dental health.
Wisdom teeth removal is a common oral surgery to preserve your oral health and protect your other teeth from future issues. Keep reading to learn more about wisdom teeth, why they need to be removed, and what you may expect after the surgery.
The term “soft teeth” is often used to describe teeth that are less likely to withstand everyday wear and tear due to genetics. When you have weakened or damaged enamel, your teeth become more susceptible to cavities, tooth decay, and other dental conditions. Keep reading to learn more about the causes of soft teeth, its misconceptions, and ways to prevent damage and decay.
You may not think of your teeth as living things, but healthy teeth are as alive as your other body parts. So what happens when a tooth dies? Follow along to learn what a dead tooth is, as well as its causes, symptoms, and treatments.
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