Dentistry Topic Data Blog: Bruxism

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Has bruxism ever affected any members of your family? Although it is not often seen as a genetic disorder, it is possible that family members may experience bruxism due to similar lifestyle choices. Fortunately, bruxism can be treated with the help of mouth guards and night guards while you sleep. Although bruxism can occur when… Read more »

Do You Need Wisdom Teeth Removal?

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Ages ago our ancestors need the third molars, or wisdom teeth to chew the kind of food they ate. Now that our diets have evolved and our jaws are smaller than theirs there isn’t really room for these extra teeth. For some people, they never seem to cause problems. For most though, they can cause… Read more »

6 Facts About Osteoporosis And Oral Health

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Osteoporosis makes the bones in the body weak and brittle, but there are treatment options for this condition. However, some of the medications for osteoporosis treatment can negatively affect the health of your jaw. Here are 6 facts about osteoporosis and oral health. Antiresorptive agents are commonly used to treat osteoporosis, but they can cause… Read more »