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Emergency Dental Issues

Emergency Dental Issues Tooth pain can be excruciating. It is something that can be debilitating to the point that you don't want to get out of bed. There are a few reasons as to why you would experience tooth pain, some that isn't as severe as others. No matter what you feel in the mouth, you can see an emergency dentist in Orange Park who can help you feel better.  A filling that comes out of the tooth is one of the most common dental emergencies. Intense pain could occur as soon as the filling comes out if the nerves are exposed. You might not feel anything for a few weeks or a few months. Some people aren't bothered by a missing filling. However, it needs to be dealt with as soon as possible as there is a potential for infection to set up in the tooth, leading to the bloodstream. Contact a dentist as soon as you notice that the filling is gone so that an x-ray can be done to see the extent of the damage. The tooth could be filled again if there is enough support, o

Homemade Deodorant that Really works - recipe with activated charcoal!

I've tried many "natural" deodorants and have always been super disappointed in the results. Either they smell like old lady or they just don't work very well. Not anymore! I made my own charcoal based deodrant. I have heard great things about Primal Pit Paste  so I decided to try and make my own. Mine was slightly messy...and black. But here's what worked for me - you can play around with the quantities to get a harder/softer, stronger/weaker, more/less scented deodorant. 1 Tbsp Coconut oil (the solid kind) 1/2 Tbsp Shea Butter 1 tsp magnesium chloride (you could use Epsom salt if you don't have this - just grind it up first) 1 tsp charcoal (I used bamboo charcoal from room deodorizing pouch  and ground it in my mortar and pestle.) 1 Tbsp baking soda 1 Tbsp corn starch 10 drops of tea tree oil (or sub in another antibacterial oil like orange, lemon, or rosemary - be advised that lemon and orange will react with and deactivate your baking soda -

Suffering with Arthritis

If you’re like millions of other Americans who suffer from arthritis or a related disease, you have probably tried a variety of supplements to help you deal with the painful symptoms it causes. For most people, arthritis pain is chronic, meaning that it lasts from three to six months or more – sometimes for life.  What is Arthritis? Arthritis isn’t a singular disease. In fact, there are more than 100 types of arthritis, including rheumatoid arthritis and osteoarthritis. While each type usually involves painful and swollen joints, each has different causes and treatment methods. In addition to the common aches and joint pain common with arthritis, having to deal with dull, sharp, or burning joint pain daily can wear you down, causing fatigue, which then turns around and causes more pain. Even if it appears your arthritis is under control, many people experience arthritic flares, causing your joints to become painful and inflamed.  There are many ways that arthritis can negatively

3 Qualifications to Search for in a Medical Specialist

3 Qualifications to Search for in a Medical Specialist When you have to undergo a medical procedure that only a specialist can successfully handle, it's a good idea to research the doctors you are considering for your treatment before setting up an appointment. Every medical procedure has a success rate and sometimes, there's only so much an expert physician can do to alleviate your concerns and health.  Choosing the doctor you believe can best perform your surgery, procedure or treatment is understandably of the upmost importance. Dr Paul Collins St Petersburg FL, for example, is well-versed in the diagnosis and treatment of arterial and venous diseases and is highly sought after thanks to his training, certifications and professional experience. Here is an overview of the types of qualifications you should consider in your potential medical specialist.  Training A doctor who graduated from a prestigious pre-med and medicine program, and then, earned a spot in an equa