Posted on Dec 31, 1969 6:00:00 PM by

Jeff Rubel

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Four Factors That Can Lead to Dental Pain

Dental pain comes in all shapes and sizes. It can be dull and persistent, sharp and sudden, and everything in between. You have to use your teeth and mouth every day because eating, drinking, and talking are part of everyday life. Dental pain can get in the way of you living the life that you want to live. An important part of dealing with the dental pain you are experiencing is to determine what is causing it. Some causes of dental pain can be dealt with at home or during a routine dental visit while others require an emergency appointment. Keep reading to learn about four common factors that can lead to dental pain.

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Tools You Need to Have for Proper Oral Health

Proper oral care is important if you want to keep your teeth, gums, and mouth healthy. Oral health is impacted by a number of factors including genetics and your nutrition. There are also some important tools that you need to have in order to keep your oral health on track. A quality toothbrush, floss that works for you, and a dentist you see regularly are three factors that you need for proper oral health.

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Three Reasons You Cannot Afford to Miss Routine Dental Appointments

One of the reasons that many people give for missing routine dental appointments is that they cannot afford the cost. If you are uninsured or underinsured it can seem like the price tag of going to the dentist for routine care is simply too high. The reality is that you cannot afford to miss those routine dental appointments. Prevention and early intervention are the two most important ways for you to protect your oral health and save money.

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The Potential Consequences of Avoiding the Dentist

Going to the dentist for routine oral care is something that most people know they are supposed to do. However, it is easy to put off going to the dentist or avoid the dentist altogether. The reasons people have for avoiding the dentist range from being too busy to having severe anxiety about getting professional dental care. No matter what your reason is for avoiding the dentist, the potential consequences are the same. Some of the consequences you may face if you avoid the dentist include discolored teeth, dull teeth, gum disease, and decay.

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Potential Causes for Tooth Pain

Tooth pain is a uniquely terrible type of pain to experience. Daily tasks that you can easily take for granted involve your teeth – eating, drinking, talking. If you are experiencing severe tooth pain it can prevent you from doing the things you need to do throughout the day. Even dull tooth pain can get in the way of you living your life to the fullest. It can be distracting and make it difficult for you to focus at work or fall asleep at the end of the day. Any level of tooth pain needs to be addressed. The first step in finding out how to relieve your tooth pain is to find the source of the pain. Potential causes for tooth pain include decay, gum disease, and sinus infections.

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How to Find a Dentist if You Just Moved to Coralville

The logistics of moving can be exhausting. First, you have to deal with the process of physically moving from one place to another. Then, you have a whole new area to learn. What grocery store will you use? What community events interest you? Are there any groups you want to join? When you move to a new place you also have to find a primary care physician, eye doctor, dentist, etc. It can be exciting to have a fresh start in a new place but it is important to make sure you are set up with everything you need. For example, you need to get set up with a new dentist right away. If you delay getting established with a local dentist – and then have some sort of injury or dental pain – you will not be able to get the help you need until you take the time to get established with a dentist. If you just moved to Coralville and need to find a dentist, there are a few basic steps you need to take.

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