Catching a flight can often involve little more than sitting back and deciding which meal to choose and which movie to watch. For some people, taking to the sky can also involve the sudden onset of a toothache. As the plane climbs into the clouds and levels out, your tooth can suddenly begin to throb. What can be causing this odd problem? Atmospheric Decompression Although it's relatively rare, aerodontalgia is a type of toothache associated with atmospheric decompression.
Orthodontic treatments are used to improve the appearance of your teeth and restore functionality to your bite. When you have crooked teeth, an underbite, overbite, or your teeth are too crowded, it's time to see what orthodontic treatments can do for you. When you get your teeth corrected, this can reduce or eliminate jaw pain and help you have a healthy, great-looking smile. Your orthodontist may suggest treatment as early as 10 years old, as early treatment can make it easier for your teeth to be corrected.
When you finish your orthodontic treatment, you'll need to ensure that your teeth stay in their new positions. Teeth often shift back to where they were before. You can prevent that from happening by wearing a retainer. And if you prefer a removable rather than a permanent retainer, then you have two choices: a wire retainer or a clear retainer. But which one is right for you? Clear Retainers Look Better
Up until a year ago, I did my best to keep my teeth and gums clean. But after securing a new job, I began to work late into the night and didn't have the time or energy to brush and floss before I retired to bed. My busy schedule and poor dental hygiene finally affected my teeth and gums. After experiencing severe pain in several of my teeth, I made an appointment with my dentist. My dentist examined my mouth and discovered three large cavities in my molars. After four long weeks, my dentist finally completed my dental work. I learned a very painful lesson during that time. No matter how busy you are, always brush and floss. I started this blog to inform other people about the importance of good dental care. I hope you find the time to read it. Thanks for visiting.