5 Risky Signs That Need Emergency Wisdom Tooth Extraction

Are there any dental problems that can be detrimental to a person’s health? Patients may not be familiar with subtle signs that need an emergency wisdom tooth extraction. Commonly, many people may brush off any mild tooth pain after brushing or eating their food. However, some symptoms of dental diseases start from these minor wisdom teeth pain. A patient must always have regular appointments from their trusted certified dentists to prevent further oral health complications. You can get relief from wisdom tooth pain from your nearest dental clinic.

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    The Journal of the American Dental Association (JADA), Volume 152, Issue 3, 2021 Mar, Pages 234-239 | Chang, Pi-En, DDS; Kim, Euiseong, DDS, MSD, PhD; Jang, Woowon, DDS, MSD, PhD;...AbstractBackground and OverviewOrthodontic miniscrews have become popular tools for providing temporary anchorage during orthodontic treatment. Although they are easy to insert, damage to the periodontal ligament […]
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    The Journal of the American Dental Association (JADA), Volume 152, Issue 3, 2021 Mar, Pages 187-187 | Flanagan, Dennis, DDS MScJADA welcomes letters from readers on articles that have appeared in The Journal. The Journal reserves the right to edit all communications and requires that all letters be signed. Letters must be no more than […]
  • COVID-19 vaccination: science, politics and public health
    The Journal of the American Dental Association (JADA), Volume 152, Issue 3, 2021 Mar, Pages 181-183 | Wright, J. Tim, DDS, MSThe severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2) virus genetic code was published online by Chinese scientists on January 10, 2020, and the first scientific articles on COVID-19 came shortly after. The first article […]
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    The Journal of the American Dental Association (JADA), Volume 152, Issue 3, 2021 Mar, Pages 224-233.e11 | Starr, Jacqueline R., PhD, MS, MPH; Ruff, Ryan R., PhD, MPH; Palmisano, Joseph, MPH, MA;...AbstractBackgroundGlobally, children’s caries prevalence exceeds 30% and has not markedly changed in 30 years. School-based caries prevention programs can be an effective method to […]
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