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Dental Tourism in Mexico Can Save You Big Money & Leave Smiling

Dental Tourism in Mexico Can Save You Big Money & Leave Smiling

Finding a dentist in Mexico isn’t hard, but seeing an experienced & US licensed dentist that you can trust makes a BIG DIFFERENCE! Traveling to another country for dental tourism for the first time can bring a lot of concern, and sometimes it’s because the right information is not available. Well, from now on those worries can go away. Today, we share with you the most frequently asked questions (FAQ) about dentistry in Mexico that can be hard to answer when beginning research to look for the best dentist. What Makes Dentists in Mexico Affordable? This is a question that...

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All on 4 Dental Implants in Mexico: Everything you need to know

All on 4 Dental Implants in Mexico: Everything you need to know

Getting all on 4 dental implants in Mexico could be one of the best decisions you can make to help your dental health and save big, while also retaining the same quality you would expect from a dentist practice in the US or Canada. But before you go ahead and do that you should make sure you’re getting the right treatment, remember, the best decision is an informed one.  All on 4 dental implants are one of the most technically challenging procedures for any dentist, even for oral surgeons and periodontists.  As a patient, you need to learn more before...

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23 Fun Things to do in Tijuana without Breaking the Bank

23 Fun Things to do in Tijuana without Breaking the Bank

Tijuana offers countless of sites to see, but the greatest by far is Downtown TJ. Get an appetizing plate of mouthwatering food and accompany it with a craft beer from one of Tijuana’s many local breweries. You can find Pasaje Rodriguez on Revolucion and third street, an alley known for being an arts district full of artisan crafts. La Plaza Del Zapato is also a favorite tourist stop for food and beer connoisseurs, and it’s near downtown even when walking. Thousands of Americans drive across the Tijuana border on a daily basis for business, pleasure or to visit a Mexico...

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Wisdom Tooth Extraction: 10 Foods to Eat After

Wisdom Tooth Extraction: 10 Foods to Eat After

You might not feel like eating after a wisdom tooth extraction. It’s important to stay hydrated and to obtain proper nutrients that expedite healing. Choosing the best foods to avoid pain or damaging the surgical area is the last thing you want to think about after surgery. We get it. So we made you a list of some delicious foods you can make at home with a few simple ingredients. After reading this article, you’ll never have to ask “what foods can you eat after wisdom tooth removal?” ever again. IMPORTANT: DO NOT USE STRAWS AFTER SURGERY! THE SUCTION COULD BE...

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How To Get Rid Of White Spots On Your Teeth

How To Get Rid Of White Spots On Your Teeth

We all want our teeth in the healthiest shape possible. It’s no wonder why some people worry when they see white spots on their teeth. Want to know how to get rid of white spots on your teeth? There are some myths that these spots are signs of drinking a lot of milk. They are common in anybody. Contrary to popular beliefs, white spots on teeth indicate that many problems are affecting your mouth. White marks on teeth could be related to fluorosis, enamel hypoplasia, or demineralization. Knowing what causes these stains to appear on our teeth might help you...

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Teeth Names and Numbers: Diagram, Names, Number, and Conditions

Teeth Names and Numbers: Diagram, Names, Number, and Conditions

An adult human being has 32 teeth, and all these have their teeth names & numbers which are given based on their set, arch, class, type, and side. There are two sets of teeth in human beings, one set is primary or baby teeth and permanent or adult teeth. The set of teeth that replaces primary teeth are called succedaneous or permanent dentition which is a group name. Teeth Names are also given depending on the arch a tooth is found in; maxillary is the name given to the teeth in the upper jaw and mandibular to those in the...

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Crossing the Border to Tijuana

Crossing the Border to Tijuana

Crossing the Border to Tijuana: Do I Need A Passport? If you are Crossing the Border to Tijuana, have you ever found yourself asking “can I cross the Tijuana border without a passport?” Then you’re probably already committed to coming over to the other side. The answer to this is “sort of” because technically, it’s illegal for U.S. Customs and Border Protection agents to refuse entry to any American citizen into the states, but will often make a fuzz about you not having the proper documentation and send you to secondary inspection. Nothing out of the ordinary will occur in...

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Teeth falling out in dreams

Teeth falling out in dreams

What is the meaning of having teeth falling out dream? Many of us often fail to see any significance in our dreams. Others, however, are now waking up to the idea that dreams are in fact visions. Our subconscious mind is constantly at work trying to communicate with our consciousness. The mind’s best means of communication is via dreams and nightmares. While in REM sleep, we tend to be more susceptible to ideas and suggestions. Therefore, our mind intelligently attempts to give us epiphanies while at rest. Dreams about teeth falling out (or nightmares for some) are more common than you think....

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