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Having high blood pressure should not be a contraindication for routine dental cleaning, so you would really have to ask your dentist for his/her...
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Hi Being from the UK we use both terms, but your find dentures would be the posh word for false teeth, depends where you lived and how you was...
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Hi Have a good read through this link, it should help you understand things, and what you should do.http://www.halton.ca/cms/one...
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Hi Personal preference. For me its the first thing I do each morning, my wife its after breakfast, some people wash there teeth after each meal and...
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I've had the same thing happen. By any chance were there cracks in the tooth being extracted? I had to have some teeth extracted due to severe...
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No...amoxicillin will not interfere with a drug screening test.
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Hi, Many drugs, both prescription and illegal, can cause tooth damage. Estimates suggest that about 40 per cent of people take at least one type of...
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If you are careful not to swallow it, and rinse well afterwards, it shouldn't count as sodium intake.  Check with your dentist on how...
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Yes, it can.
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Rocephin is very appropriate for cellulitis, but may need more than just one injection. We often give one injection a day for three days, depending...
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You should wait at least 60 or 70 more years before you consider smoking again....Specific recommendations regarding smoking after a tooth extraction...
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Albuterol is really safe for long-term use and should not be causing brittle teeth or emotional problems years later.
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Contact your Physician, who prescribed your latest antibiotic, Ask them. If it is not ok, they will either send in some refills or ask you to come...
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You are entitled to appeal decisions whenever a claim for benefits is denied by Medicaid. I suggest you contact your local Medicaid office...
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I've found out it is called awake bruxism
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