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Types of Dental Treatments And its Procedure

Dental treatment helps to deep clean your teeth to prevent infections and disease. There are different types of dental cleanings that your dentist can perform on you. Types of Dental Cleaning: These below mentioned are the four different types of dental cleaning...

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ARE COSMETIC DENTISTS AND ORTHODONTISTS THE SAME?

Not everyone can tell a difference between a cosmetic dentist and an orthodontist. Some people think they are the same, while others have no clue about them. Both cosmetic dentists and orthodontists bring life to your smile. But, who should be approached for which...

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What are Dental Bridges And When do you need them?

Do you have a missing tooth? Or you just got your tooth extracted? Dental bridges are a great way to cover the gap. A dental bridge consists of a pontic which is a prosthetic tooth and an abutment which are the supporting crowns on each side of the pontic. Pontic is...

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DENTAL CROWNS AND ITS TYPES

When tooth decay becomes contagious, it is recommended to get a dental crown. There are different types of dental crowns, made from different materials. Let's see which is best for you. What is a dental crown? Dental crowns are the hollow caps of tooth shape. It can...

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ADVANTAGES AND DISADVANTAGES OF DENTAL CROWNS

When nothing seems to work, and you almost feel hopeless, remember that technology can always find a way. Same for your smile, which at times you are too embarrassed to even show, it can be fixed. Dental crowns can do it. Dental crowns are anatomical teeth, formed in...

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ARE ORAL CANCER SCREENINGS IMPORTANT?

I’d like to quote Mahatma Gandhi,  “It is health that is real wealth”.  Our health is something that should be held to the utmost importance in our lives and because that is true each year millions of dollars are spent on various health screenings.  Breast, prostate,...

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AT WHAT AGE SHOULD I BEGIN TO TAKE MY CHILD TO THE DENTIST?

Being a good dental patient with excellent oral hygiene begins at a young age.  The American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry (AAPD) recommends that a child begin see the dentist by the age 1, or within six months after the eruption of the first tooth. Primary teeth...

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MY GUMS ALWAYS BLEED…IS THAT NORMAL?

Have you ever gone to the dentist and the hygienist pokes around your gums, calls out some random numbers, and then tells you that you need to floss more because your gums are bleeding? Well there actually is a reason for all that madness! The main cause of bleeding...

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