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How Often Should I Brush My Teeth?

You should be brushing your teeth at least once a day before going to bed for the optimal care. However, the best dental practice is to brush your teeth twice per day. When you wake up and before you go to bed.

Can I Eat After Getting the Anesthesia?

We don’t recommend to our patients eating a couple hours after the sedation to reduce the risk of biting yourselves. After the effects of anesthesia wears off you can eat freely.

How Can I Better Take Care of My Oral Hygiene at Home?

Regular brushing, flossing, and the use of antibacterial rinses are crucial. We also advise regular dental check-ups.

Is My Pain Normal or a Sign of a Problem?

Pain in the mouth, gums, or teeth may indicate issues. We recommend visiting a dentist for an accurate diagnosis and treatment.

How Can Tooth Sensitivity Be Treated?

Use specific toothpaste for sensitive teeth and avoid extreme temperatures. We also recommend talking to a dentist about possible treatments.

How Can I Overcome the Fear of Dental Treatments?

Speak openly with your dentist about your fears. Many clinics offer sedation options or anxiety-reducing techniques.

What Options Do I Have for Teeth Whitening?

Options include professional in-office whitening or the use of at-home bleaching under the supervision of a dentist. However, it is best to consult with your dentist.

How Often Should I Go for Regular Dental Check-Ups?

If you have no issues, we recommend regular check-ups every six months to maintain oral health and prevent potential problems.

Can I Replace Lost Teeth?

Yes, you can replace lost teeth with various dental solutions. Dental implants are one of the most durable options, involving the placement of titanium implants into the jaw and attaching crowns onto them. Other options include bridges that rely on adjacent teeth or partial dentures. We recommend you to visit a dentist to discuss the best option for your situation.

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