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The Importance Of Dental Care To Overall Body Health

Dental care involves taking good care of your teeth, gums and the related structures of the mouth. Dental care includes prevention and treatment of diseases of the gum and teeth, and also the replacement or repair of defective teeth. In many cases, people may suffer from dental diseases due to sheer laziness and lack of…
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Porcelain Crowns & Veneers

Whether porcelain crowns or veneers are utilized to enhance your smile, the truth of the matter is no one must know that you have actually had any work done, just that you look great. Admirers must perceive only a subtle modification, something they can’t rather put their finger on. In the end, it is you…
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Teeth Whitening Make You Look Younger

Utilizing teeth whitening items, integrated with correct oral care, will result in a wonderful smile. Together with teeth bleaching, your smile transformation may consist of porcelain veneers, oral implants, porcelain crowns, dental bridges and gum shaping. If you’re searching for a fast method to take years off of your face, a teeth lightening treatment is…
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Dental Implants

Pick up most magazines or newspapers these days and you’re likely to see an ad about dental implants. And with the advent of “implant centers” in major metropolitan areas, television ads are now delivering the message that an implant center, with everything conveniently offered under one roof, is the state-of-the-art choice for dental implant treatment.…
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Periodontal Surgery

The Art of Periodontal Surgery Periodontal surgery is a plastic (reshaping) surgical procedure designed to restore and regenerate normal form and function to lost and damaged periodontal structures which support the teeth (the gum tissue, periodontal ligament and bone). This article is an overview of what a candidate for periodontal surgery can expect and a…
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Fluoride & Fluoridation in Dentistry

Is Fluoride Really Safe? Correct amount of  toothpaste for Children It is common for children to use more toothpaste on the toothbrush than is needed, or in the child’s best interests. Too much toothpaste increases the chances of your child consuming too much fluoride. The above illustration shows the proper amount of toothpaste for a…
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Broken and Chipped Tooth

Less Urgent Treatment — Within 12 Hours Permanent Tooth Chipped or fractured: These teeth will be sensitive to touch, hot and cold, and should be treated as soon as possible. However, treatment of a pulp (nerve) exposure 12 or more hours after a crown fracture will not affect long-term outcomes. Restoration (filling or replacing missing…
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Cosmetic Dentistry

Cosmetic Dentistry — A Time For Change As spring and summer approach and the world renews after such a long and historic winter it just may be time to put a fresh face and new smile on life. Appearance can be changed through cosmetic enhancement and today expectations are higher than ever before. In many…
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You Have Options for Replacing a Lost Tooth

If you’re missing a tooth, you’ve got several options. The least advisable is to do nothing! It’s not just about aesthetics…Replacing a lost tooth is important to restoring maximum function, maintaining the alignment of surrounding teeth, and preserving facial contours. Your pearly whites don’t just look pretty, they are important place holders for each other.…
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Teeth Grinding

Is Teeth Grinding Bruxism? Bruxism is the medical term for teeth grinding and/or clenching of the teeth. Over time, bruxism can wear down tooth enamel, which can make teeth sensitive to food, drink, and teeth brushing. In addition, bruxism can lead to TMJ problems, jaw muscle pain, chipping of teeth, and damage of restorative dental…