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Oral piercings are very popular, but they can lead to oral health problems if not used correctly. Here we talk about the problems of using this type of piercings.
Dental tartar is a calcification of bacterial plaque that accumulates around the teeth. In this post we explain why it is formed and how it can be eliminated.
Sialolithiasis is the formation of stones (sialoliths) in the salivary ducts or glands. In this post we talk about the causes and treatment of this disorder.
Oral sex is a common practice in erotic encounters, but it’s not exempt of risks. In this post we talk about the relationship between oral sex and oral health.
What causes jaw ain? How can I solve that? In this post we talk about jaw pain and its possible treatments
Trigeminal neuralgia is a chronic disorder that causes pain due to involvement of the trigeminal nerve. In this post we talk about its possible causes and treatments.
Pulpitis is a painful inflammation of the nerve of the teeth (dental pulp). In this post we explain its causes and possible treatments.
Dry socket is an infection that can arise in the days after a tooth extraction. But what’s the cause? How is the treatment? Here we explain it.
Chipped tooth and dental fissures are a common problem. Here we explain causes, types, and possible treatments for broken teeth.
Can COVID-19 cause lesions in the mouth, teeth and loss of taste? Does it have other consequences? In this post we talk about the relationship between the coronavirus and oral...
Tooth abscess is one of the most common dental problems. In this post we talk about the causes of abscess and possible treatments.
Mumps (or parotitis) is a contagious disease caused by the Paramyxoviridae virus. In this post we explain its causes and possible treatments.
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