After a root canal, it’s common to experience pain for about three to five days following the procedure. However, if the pain persists for longer than that, it could be a sign that there was a complication during the procedure, or that something else is going on that’s causing the pain. There are many reasons why you may experience tooth pain after root canal, and today we’ll talk about what they are and what you can do about them.
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Have you ever been in a crowded room and been concerned that people near you might be able to smell your bad breath? Or perhaps you have been in a meeting or on a date and are self-conscious that your breath isn’t as fresh as it should be? Maybe your breath even stops you from doing some of the things you’d normally want to do, like going in for that first kiss, hugging friends and family, and generally getting close to others. We’ve all been there before, but if your bad breath is regularly causing you (and others) discomfort, then it’s important to know what’s causing it and what you can do to stop bad breath.
Whether it’s because of how your appearance will change, the awkwardness of metal being in your mouth, or how meticulous you have to be in cleaning them, braces can be daunting. But they don’t have to be, especially if they are clear and easy to maneuver invisible braces. Since many people are turning to more transparent alternatives to regular braces, ClearCorrect is a very accurate solution to set your teeth in place and looking fresh.
ClearCorrect are invisible braces that were created in 2006 as transparent aligners that simplify and improve the position of teeth. They straighten teeth using custom-made, removable aligners that move your teeth bit by bit. Using 3-D and computerized technology to assess your teeth, results in a detailed evaluation of your teeth and their current alignment. As a result, you will receive the most suitable fit of invisible braces for your mouth.
Most cases require up to two years of treatment, depending on how much adjustment your teeth need.
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