Jeff E Rubel DDS
2575 Coral Court, Coralville, IA 52241

Simple Changes to Improve Your Smile

Improving the look of your smile does not have to be a complicated task. A few simple changes may be all you need to drastically whiten and brighten your smile. If your teeth are looking dull and/or discolored there is no reason to continue feeling self-conscious about your smile. Consider making a few simple changes and you may be surprised by the difference you see in your smile.

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How Does Family History Impact Oral Health?

Family history can impact the way you look, how you act, and the health conditions from which you suffer. And, it is probably not a surprise to learn that family history can also impact oral health. The ways that your family history impact your oral health can vary and are dependent upon a number of factors. Family history can impact the structure of your teeth, how susceptible you are to certain issues, and shape the habits that you developed in relation to oral care.

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4 Habits to Develop for Optimal Oral Health

Your oral health can impact the way your teeth look, feel, and function. Your oral health can also have an impact on your overall health. Because oral health can impact so many areas of your life, it is essential for you to make sure that you are doing everything you can to protect it. Fortunately, it is not a complicated process. There are four habits you can develop that, when done consistently, will provide you with optimal oral health.

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3 Tips for Getting to the Root of Your Tooth Pain

Tooth pain can completely derail you from your day. Mild tooth pain is an annoying and constant reminder that something is not quite right. Severe tooth pain can make it impossible to do normal daily tasks like eating, drinking, and sleeping. No matter what level of tooth pain you are currently experiencing – you want it gone. The key to successfully treating tooth pain is to determine the root cause so you can take appropriate action.

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What Constitutes a Dental Emergency?

No one wants to deal with oral discomfort. But there is a difference between discomfort and a dental emergency. Where is the line between a ‘normal’ dental problem and an emergency? How do you know if you should schedule a regular appointment or call in for an emergency appointment? Three ways to determine if you have a dental emergency is if you are experiencing extreme pain, have a damaged tooth, get a tooth knocked out, or have a filling or crown that has fallen out.

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How to Discover What is Causing Your Oral Pain

Oral pain can cause a lot of problems in your life. Mild pain is annoying and can be a distraction as you try to concentrate throughout the day. Moderate oral pain can make it nearly impossible to focus on mentally demanding work. This level of pain can also impact daily tasks like eating and drinking. Severe oral pain can be all-consuming and prevent you from eating, sleeping, and functioning normally. If you have any level of oral pain, the key to getting rid of it is to discover the source. It can be the result of an injury, decay, or infection.

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