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3 Common Questions Patients Ask Us Almost Every Day

April 26, 2021

You must have often come across people talking about the importance of taking proper care of your gums and teeth. There are several reasons behind it. The primary one being – a direct connection between oral health and overall physical health. But, have you ever thought about the need to gather detailed knowledge about oral health? Here at My Dentist for Life, our team of professionals believes that lack of information can be the key reason behind ignorance which can, in turn, cause dental problems in the days to come. Keeping this in mind, we decided to come up with a blog that will discuss the common questions related to oral health that patients ask us almost every day. Go through the sections below to draw an end to any confusion related to this topic. 

Can a toothache go away on its own?

The toothache caused due to minor problems can definitely get fixed on its own with time. But, serious pain in your teeth should not be ignored as it can be an indication of you suffering from critical dental problems. It is advisable to consult a dentist as early as possible for a proper diagnosis. 

Can coffee make my teeth blackish?

Coffee falls in the group of food items that should be avoided for better oral health. Coffee consists of a substance called tannins. This makes it easier for the black color of the coffee to stick to the outer layer of your teeth. So, drinking coffee on a regular basis for a long span of time can definitely make your teeth black.

How to fix a dental cavity?

Certain ways of fixing dental cavity are:

  • Fillings
  • The initial stages of the dental cavity can be resolved by undergoing fluoride therapies
  • Extraction of teeth
  • Root canal therapy
  • Crowns

We hope that going through a few common questions and answers related to oral health has been of effective help. Contact My Dentist for Life in case of any further confusion related to the topic. Thank you

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