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Addiction: Causes, Symptoms & Evidence-Based Treatment   Meth Mouth: Severe Decay of Teeth
Meth mouth, a severe dental condition in meth users, results from prolonged exposure to methamphetamine, leading to tooth decay, gum disease, and tooth loss.
This condition, indicating long-term meth use, requires extensive dental treatment and addiction intervention.
How Do Disabilities Affect Oral Healthcare Outcomes?   How Do Disabilities Affect Oral Healthcare Outcomes?
Living with a disability can significantly complicate your healthcare needs for a variety of different reasons. In addition to the challenges of finding suitable treatment and accommodations for their conditions, many people with disabilities also have greater difficulty finding primary care doctors and accessing many other basic healthcare services that we all depend on.
This disparity is especially prominent in oral care outcomes
What are the Best Teeth Aligners?   What are the Best Teeth Aligners?
Aligners are clear, plastic trays that gently push your teeth into proper position. Most companies that sells aligners uses comparable technology, materials, and processes to adjust smiles. But some companies truly are better than others in terms of price, guarantee, supervision, and more.
If you’re short on time, here’s a head-to-head comparison of aligner companies in chart form. Keep reading to see a deeper exploration of each point in this chart.
What are the Best Teeth Aligners?   Teeth Aligner Cost Comparison: What’s Affordable?
Cost is a major consideration for most consumers. While we wish we could spend as much as we want without consequences, most of us have tight budgets and limited bank accounts that keep us in check. Even when we’re shopping for something important like aligners, we must ensure that we’re not spending more than we must.
Several companies will compete for your aligner business. To make comparisons easy, we’ve gathered up all pertinent information on each brand. By the end of this article, you’ll understand how much aligners cost, and you’ll know which brands provide the best price point.
What are the Best Teeth Aligners?   Byte vs. Invisalign: What Are the Differences
On the surface, Byte and Invisalign seem similar. Both companies offer clear aligners you can use to straighten teeth and improve your smile. But differences appear when you look a little deeper.
While both can work to effectively straighten your teeth, there can be differences in treatment cost, specialties and timelines.
How Much Veneers Cost & Ways to Pay for Veneers   How Much Veneers Cost & Ways to Pay for Veneers
Veneers are a popular cosmetic dentistry procedure. 
A veneer is a thin, tooth-colored shell that fits over the front of your tooth. The shells change the color, shape, and size of your natural teeth.
Veneers are an excellent option for tooth discoloration, as well as crooked, gapped, and irregularly shaped teeth. 
What Are Dental Veneers & How Do They Work?   What Are Dental Veneers & How Do They Work?
Veneers are thin shells that fit over the front of teeth to improve their appearance, protect them from damage, and create a beautiful smile. The tooth-colored shells bond to your teeth and change their length, size, color, shape, and function.
Veneers are a cosmetic dental treatment because they are elective and placed for aesthetic reasons. They are otherwise known as a “smile makeover.”
How Does Diabetes Impact Your Oral Health?   How Does Diabetes Impact Your Oral Health?
More than 30 million Americans (9.4 percent) have diabetes and 84 million live with prediabetes. The diseases are typically kept under control with a balanced diet, exercise, insulin, and other medications that control blood sugar levels. Symptoms of diabetes can impact many different parts of your body, including the oral cavity. In addition to a higher risk of experiencing general health complications, people with diabetes are also more likely to develop serious oral conditions.
New Mouth - Types of Dentists  

Common Types of Dentistry
The type of dentist a person needs to visit depends on their age and the oral health condition they have.
The most common types of dentistry include general dentistry, family dentistry, cosmetic dentistry, pediatric dentistry, orthodontics, and specialty dentistry.
To ensure you receive the proper care, read about the different types of dentists and the services they offer on this web site.

Drubi Orthodontics  

A Parent’s Guide for Children With Special Needs in the Dental Office
A visit to the dentist can be stressful and frightening for any child.
Children and teens with disabilities are even more likely to have a bad experience at the dentists because of factors such as heightened pain sensitivity or overstimulation — these factors can make even day-to-day oral hygiene a significant obstacle.
However, there are steps any parent or guardian can take to make oral care and hygiene a better experience for your child with special needs.

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