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Why Are My Teeth Sensitive After Filling?

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A dental filling is a common procedure for treating cavities and restoring damaged teeth. While it is a relatively simple procedure, many people experience teeth sensitivity after getting a filling and wonder why. After getting a filling, you can experience sensitivity as a result of irritation and inflammation near the nerves in the inner layers […]

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Cavity vs. Stain: How to Tell the Difference

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Chances are, you will encounter tooth stains or cavities in your lifetime. Teeth can become stained from lifestyle habits like consuming dark-coloured foods and drinks over time. Surface stains often appear yellowish and can easily be corrected with whitening, but if they’re accompanied by persistent pain, sensitivity, or visible holes, you’re likely dealing with a […]

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Veneers vs. Crowns: What’s the Difference?

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If you’re seeking a way to restore the look and function of your teeth, you’ve likely encountered the terms “veneers” and “crowns” while researching your options. When it comes to aesthetics and longevity, veneers and crowns are 2 of the most common solutions.  Veneers are less invasive and are used for stains, discolouring, and chips, […]

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