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All About Celiac Disease And Dental Health Concerns

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If you have celiac disease, you know that you must avoid gluten in order to prevent body-wide symptoms such as abdominal pain, fatigue, malabsorption of nutrients, etc. Although you may have discussed your autoimmune condition with your primary care doctor, it’s also important for you to talk with your dentist during your regular cleaning check-ups as celiac disease can also affect dental health. Furthermore, there could be dental products with gluten, so your dentist should be aware of your condition to make your visits comfortable.…

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How Will a Dentist Treat Tooth Size Discrepancy?

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Although the size and shape of teeth will vary slightly from one person to another, the sizes of the teeth in your mouth should appear proportionate to each other. When they don’t, this is known as tooth size discrepancy (TSD). Unless it affects the alignment of your bite, it’s not a clinical problem. It’s generally a cosmetic concern, affecting the symmetry of your smile. For example, an upper left canine tooth may be larger, or with a sharper point, than its upper right cousin.…

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Why Invisalign Braces Are A Great Choice For You

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Braces are the traditional way of straightening crooked teeth, but they can be uncomfortable and bulky. Invisalign braces are a clear, comfortable alternative for aligning crooked teeth. They are clear and can be used in conjunction with a wide variety of tooth treatments to give the results you want. Invisalign is especially perfect for patients who: don’t want others to know they’re getting their teeth fixed, have sensitive teeth and can’t tolerate the feel of traditional braces, and want to avoid the discomfort associated with traditional braces.…

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