Never Take Your Healthy Teeth for Granted

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Never Take Your Healthy Teeth for Granted

When I was growing up, my mother took my three brothers and I to the dentist for check-ups every six months, and while my brothers all tended to need cavity fillings after the exams, I didn't get a cavity for almost my entire childhood! That led me to start feeling like my teeth were "invincible," and once I moved out of my parents house, I started skipping my trips to the dentist. I soon regretted it, because I developed a toothache that put me through the worst pain of my life. I went to visit the dentist, and he told me that not only did I need a root canal, but I also had two additional cavities to fill! I have since dedicated myself to good oral hygiene, and I decided to start a blog to share my oral health tips and encourage others to take care of their teeth!


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What Are Geminated Teeth?

It's time for a Latin test. What's the English translation of the Latin word for twins? If you need a clue, think about the different star signs. That's right—the answer is Gemini. This means you can probably work out the definition of geminated teeth, a dental condition that primarily affects primary (baby) teeth, although it can occasionally be seen in permanent (adult) teeth. But what's the harm when one (or more) of your child's teeth has a twin? Read More