If one had suffer from CoVid-19 especially the Delta variant, one is just grateful to fully recover from it. However, there is a CoVid after effects and these are the things we need to know for post CoVid care.
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5 Probable Causes of Post-Operative Tooth Sensitivity
Are you one of those dentists that scoff off post-operative tooth sensitivity complain of your patients as a natural occurrence that will simply diminish in 3 days or so after we did tooth restoration? Or, do you care enough and prescribe pain meds? Or, do you really care that you assess and try to figure out from your end IF you indeed inadvertently caused the occurrence somehow…somewhere.
Well, if you are prudent and truly do care for your patients, then, this post is for you. DMD cEnter will provide you 5 probable and general causes why your patient feels post-operative tooth sensitivity after you did a successful restorative filling. Of course, these are the usual suspects to check to really address the issue.
CoVid-19 In the Oral Cavity
As we all try to address on how we can as dentists protect ourselves from this CoVid-19 virus in our dental practice, it is also our duty to responsibly learn about this virus from reliable sources based on scientific research and studies. It is more important now than ever that we spread information that’s evidence-based about CoVid-19. This will enable us to reliably educate and care for our patients especially in relation to our patients’ oral health. So, let’s learn some of the basic information of the virus’ effect in the oral environment especially in the tongue, and, how we, as dentists, be able to properly advice our patients on how to protect themselves and minimize the risk of its transmission.
Dealing With Your Bruxism
We often hear our dentist that the reason why your teeth need to be restored is because of tooth abrasion and it is due to our bad habit of grinding our teeth which is scientifically called bruxism. More often than not, we deny that we have this habit not because we want to lie, but, because we actually don’t know, most of the time, we are doing this. Why? Because grinding our teeth happens most often while we are sleeping and subconsciously grows as a bad habit. Thus, in order for us to get rid of this bad habit and to protect our teeth from further damage brought by grinding, let’s understand what it is and how we can address and deal with this.
Oral Health Guide In Taking Care of Your Teeth During the Pandemic
Because of the CoVid-19 Pandemic, it is very difficult to make appointments with our dentists, thus, now more than ever, it is very important that we are very much mindful in taking care of our oral health. So, what are the tips in taking care of our teeth during this pandemic? Here are the “Oral Health Guide In Taking Care of Your Teeth During the Pandemic” at DMD cEnter for patient’s care.
Your 5 “Less Is More” Dental Treatment Options
As patients, of course, especially now, our most concern when it comes to our dental treatment is the price. We just want to get rid of the pain, for it to look okay, and, best of all, affordable. There are indeed a lot of dental treatment options that are cheaper and affordable, however, do you know that sometimes these cheaper treatments may require your natural tooth be sacrificed or your remaining tooth structure be removed more than necessary on the affected tooth in order for your dentist to successfully restore it? Don’t get us wrong, these said treatments don’t mean they are not good dental treatments. However, there are dental treatment options available for you depending on your specific diagnosis that may cost you more in price, yet, in the end, will actually save you more in the long haul not only in cost, but, in saving more your natural teeth, that’s priceless. Know your 5 “Less Is More” Dental Treatment Options that your dentist can do to save as much of your natural teeth left.
Guide on Tooth Extraction After Care
Did you just have tooth extraction? Was your dentist able to provide you the proper guide after your tooth extraction? Are you a parent or love one trying to guide your child or love one what to do after having tooth extraction? Are you afraid that after tooth extraction you’ll be down and not able to work? What to do for the wound after tooth extraction to heal fast? Are you wondering the answers to these questions? Well, DMD cEnter would like to give you a guide on the after care tips after tooth extractions, so, read this post. However, this guide doesn’t remove the need for you to consult your dentist if you have untoward feelings, signs and symptoms after your tooth extract. At the end of the day, it is always safe to consult your dentist.
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