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Eating hard foods like candy or chips can cause a small fracture or crack to the enamel, which will also lead to sensitivity. Read more on tooth sensitivity and decay on our blog. https://goo.gl/XkcrgR
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Tooth sensitivity occurs when a nerve is exposed. This can be from receding gums, a tooth is cracked, or (most commonly) when the enamel that covers the surface of the tooth has simply worn down. Read more on our blog. https://goo.gl/vsMUZK
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It can be difficult to give up the things that harm our teeth – but if you follow the best oral hygiene practices, you may not have to give up very much at all. You can still drink coffee and eat sweets as long as you read what this blog has to say… https://goo.gl/1gugdp
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In many ways sensitivity and decay are part and parcel of the same dental hygiene problems. Our saliva is always working to naturally neutralise the acidity within our mouths, but after eating something sugary or acidic, our body’s natural work can’t always keep up. Learn more about what can trigger tooth sensitivity. https://goo.gl/AxpaEf
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30% of adults will experience TMD. If you’re experiencing jaw, back, or neck pain, call us to set up a free consultation, and we can help determine if an orthodontic treatment could treat your symptoms. (403 995 7709) https://goo.gl/hyz273
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If you’re feeling back, neck, or jaw pain, you could be tensing your jaw when you sleep. If your symptoms are related to TMD, orthodontic treatment could prevent you more serious issues later on. Read our blog on TMD https://goo.gl/pqhteV
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Properly aligned teeth can relieve stress to the jaw joint. Read our blog on TMD - an ailment 30% of people will suffer from. The solutions may be simpler than you suspect, and have the added benefit of leaving you with a better smile. https://goo.gl/I6dkYa
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