swelling post wisdom teeth removal

Swelling Post Wisdom Teeth Removal? All You Need to Know

If you have recently had your wisdom tooth or teeth extracted and are struggling with swelling around your mouth, eyes, cheeks or sides of the face, don’t worry. Swelling post tooth or teeth extraction is a healthy and an absolutely normal reaction of the human body. However, in certain cases, this swelling may not be apparent immediately.

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What can you eat after wisdom tooth extraction

What can you eat after wisdom tooth extraction

Many people undergo a wisdom tooth removal procedure to prevent problems like oral infections, crowding, decay, and damage to adjacent teeth. If you’ve recently undergone this minimally invasive dental procedure, knowing what to eat and what to avoid will accelerate recovery from wisdom teeth removal.

Wisdom teeth removal aftercare is necessary to minimize the risk of complications, reduce swelling and to aid the healing process. The foods you eat after wisdom teeth removal must be soft and rich in vitamins, minerals, and proteins to provide nourishment.

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recovery after wisdom teeth surgery

Wisdom Teeth Removal Surgery: Here’s How to Recover Faster

Wisdom teeth extraction is one of the most common dental procedure done and it can take up to two weeks to fully recover from the post-surgery symptoms. Most people go through swelling, extreme pain and mild discomfort after surgery. The level of discomfort post wisdom tooth extraction depends on person to person. Thanks to sedation, the surgical procedure itself doesn’t hurt, but you can use the tips below to make wisdom tooth removal recovery swift and smooth.

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wisdom tooth extraction signs

6 Signs to Know it’s Time for Wisdom Teeth Extraction

Wisdom teeth are now a redundant, revolutionary relic that was once used by our ancestors to eat raw meat and vegetables. Since these are the third set of molars that generally grow between the ages of 17 to 25, the so-called ‘wisdom years,’ they are known as wisdom teeth.

Impacted wisdom teeth are the wisdom teeth that come through at an angle or only partially through the gums because they don’t have room to grow.

These can cause a lot of pain and other painful dental problems because overcrowding of already existing teeth and gums. Here are a few signs when you know it’s time for wisdom teeth extraction.

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teeth stains

How to get rid of teeth stains

Everyone wants a bright smile, and if teeth stains are stopping you from smiling more often, then here’s what you need to know. Read on to find out the cause, the types and the treatments of teeth staining.

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Activated charcoal teeth whitening

Considering Activated Charcoal Teeth Whitening? You Need to Read This!

Activated charcoal has become extremely popular in the beauty and fashion industry. The reason could be its adsorbent nature and its ability to bind to toxins.

However, charcoal and activated charcoal are not the same.

Charcoal is a fuel that emits carbon dioxide when heated and consists of cancer-causing properties. On the other hand, activated charcoal doesn’t contain these toxins and is heated or otherwise treated to increase its adsorptive power.

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teeth whitening myths

6 Teeth Whitening Myths Debunked!

There are a lot of teeth whitening tips out there. If you ask around, you are likely to get dozens of them. Some may sound legitimate while others may sound downright silly. So, do yourself a favor – don’t ask around. Do your own research and only go through credible medical websites. You’ll find a wealth of helpful teeth whitening tips that will help you achieve a beautiful white smile.

We’ll do our bit in helping you debunk a few teeth whitening myths, so you don’t fall victim to them!

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5 Reasons Why Professional Teeth Whitening Is Better Than At-Home Kits

Your teeth are like sponges – they absorb. Just like your skin, your teeth have pores that absorb color instantly. Over time, your teeth take up a darker color due to stains. And these stains are stubborn; they don’t go away on their own unless you remove them through a teeth whitening treatment.

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invisalign vs braces

Invisalign vs Braces: Which is better?

Misaligned or crooked teeth do more than ruin your smile. Since they are more difficult to clean, the chances tooth decay and gum diseases increase. Braces are widely used for teeth straightening. However, traditional or metal braces are uncomfortable, unattractive and come with a few hassles. Invisalign or clear braces on the other hand, are far more convenient and offer a host of advantages. We at Coral Dental offer exceptional Invisalign treatment which is quick, effective and convenient.

If you too are looking for enhanced teeth straightening options but are struggling to choose between Invisalign braces and metal braces, this article can help you decide. Take a look

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clean invisalign aligners

Invisalign Aligners: Here’s How to Keep Them Clean

Invisalign braces or aligners are one of the most preferred options for teeth straightening as they are almost invisible, virtually painless and easy to wear and take off. So if you too have chosen them recently and have questions about cleaning them, this guide is all you need. Listed here are important do’s and don’ts about how to clean Invisalign.

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