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Dislodged Tooth

Everything to Know About Partially Extruded or Dislodged Tooth

Tooth extrusion is defined as a dislodgment of the tooth out of the socket. The tooth, in this case, looks a little elongated, mobile and gives an appearance of falling out.
Emergency Dental Care for Children

Emergency Dental Care for Children – What You Need to Know?

Emergency dental care for children is required during abscess, avulsed tooth or tooth fracture, swollen gums, bleeding, severe pain, etc.
lip guard mouthpiece

What is the Importance of a Lip Guard Mouthpiece on a Mouth Guard?

Wearing a mouth guard with a lip protector significantly reduces the risk of soft tissue injuries in such cases. The shock-absorbing material of the lip protector acts as a cushion between the teeth and the soft tissue.
How to Clean Mouth Guard

How to Clean Mouth Guard / Night Guard?

You can clean your mouthguard or night guard by rinsing it after every meal, let it dry completely, store it in a case, clean it with a toothbrush, etc.
lip injury during sport

Lip Injury in Sports – Types, Signs, Symptoms, and Treatment

Lip injury is the most common oral injury that is caused while playing sports like football, cricket, hockey, etc. Its depth and severity can vary depending on the intensity of the blow. Lip injury might look complicated and severe during bleeding but it is quick to heal because of the abundant supply of blood vessels present beneath the skin.
sports mouthguard for braces

3 Types of Sports Mouthguard for Athletes Who Wear Braces

There are 3 types of mouthguards which an athlete can wear while wearing braces. They are off-the-shelf mouthguard, boil & bite mouthguard, and custom fitted mouthguard.

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