2 Surprising Ways Your Teeth & Sinuses Can Affect Each Other

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While there are frequent new discoveries into how oral health affects the rest of the human body, the fact that sinuses and teeth can affect each other has been known for a long time. After all, your upper teeth and maxillary sinuses are separated by just a thin bone. This means that some problems that seem like dental problems may be sinus problems instead and some sinus problems can actually be caused by dental problems.…

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Keeping Your Dentures In Place

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Having a nice smile is something that is important even when you start to age. Eventually dentures may be the best option for you. Dentures can really look fantastic if they are made with quality materials, if they are well cleaned, and if they fit properly. If your dentures do not fit properly you could find them wiggling in place and even falling out at inopportune times. There are a few different things that you can do to help your dentures stay in place better.…

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Pain Drain: Dealing With The Pain Before A Root Canal Treatment

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By the time you find out that you need a root canal, you may already be in pain. If you know that you need to get a root canal due to tooth decay, you should schedule an appointment for one as soon as possible. For many dental offices, that may be within a day or two. In the meantime, you will have to live with the pain that you are in before you can get a root canal treatment.…

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