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8 Ways to Keep Your Teeth and Gums Healthy

Keeping your mouth healthy is key to keeping your mouth happy. While brushing and flossing certainly help keep your mouth looking beautiful and fresh, there are other ways you can help take care of your oral health. Here are 8 ways to improve your oral health and have a happy, healthy mouth: 1. Visit a Dentist While many people avoid visiting a dentist, as they greatly dislike have their... [Continue Reading]

3 Advantages of Zoom Whitening

One of the first things people will notice about you is the condition of your teeth. This is the reason why you need to make sure you take the time to keep them well maintained and looking their best. There are a number of different things you can do when trying to keep your teeth looking great, but none is more effective than zoom whitening. In order to get this service done, you will need to... [Continue Reading]

The Best Ways to Cure Bad Breath

Many people would not consider bad breath a big health issue that they have to worry about. However, having bad breath can affect a lot of different aspects of a person’s life and health. Bad breath is not always something that should be taken lightly. There are a lot of things that people can do have better breath every day. This can help people in a lot of different ways, including... [Continue Reading]

Will Dentists Be Able to Regrow Teeth in the Future?

Technology is moving faster and faster as the years go by. Significant advances are being made in major industries, including health and dentistry, and thereby improving the quality of life for individuals all over the world. One particularly exciting area within dentistry is the possibility of regrowing teeth in the near future. Why Regrow Teeth? Why could regrowing teeth be good news for... [Continue Reading]

Dental Health Basics for Pregnant Women

When you’re pregnant and responsible for the little life that is growing within, it’s essential that you do all that you can to remain in top physical condition. This would include doing your best to maintain great oral health. Although for the most part, good dental practices for pregnant women are the same as what all individuals should do, there are a couple of extra things... [Continue Reading]

How to Care for Your Teeth After a Root Canal

When a cavity has gone so deeply into a tooth that you feel constant pain and your dentist does an X-ray and determines that there is an infection past your gum line, there’s a pretty good chance that they are going to recommend that you get a root canal. The reason why is because oftentimes the nerves surrounding a particular tooth have become damaged – so damaged that they must... [Continue Reading]

A Few Essential Facts about Teeth

In order to have a clear understanding of what it takes to maintain a healthy dental program, it can help to know a few things about teeth in general, such as when we can expect our first few teeth to fall out, what it means to have wisdom teeth removed or perhaps the types of teeth we have in general. One obvious fact is that teeth are an incredibly important part of the digestive process,... [Continue Reading]

A Digital 'Magic Wand' Makes Going to the Dentist a More Comfortable Experience

Almost everyone is familiar with the awkward and uncomfortable goop-filled plastic tray that is inserted into the mouth and used for taking impressions of the teeth and gums. Thankfully, now there is an alternative, called the iTero digital impression system. What is iTero? The iTero system takes 3-D digital impressions of patients' teeth and gums quickly and comfortably, with 99.5%... [Continue Reading]

5 Ways to Get Rid of Your Dental Fears

You open the front door and take the first step inside. Almost instantly you can hear the whirl of a drill in the far off distance, and what might possibly be the sound of quiet desperation and struggle on the receiving end of that gruesome apparatus. You can start smelling the sweat dripping from your brow, and look for the nearest seat to bury yourself in so you can take a moment to catch... [Continue Reading]

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Obituary: Edgar Lechner was longtime dentist and Gophers football great
Edgar Lechner played on two Minnesota Gopher football teams that won national championships in the 1940s, and even played a year of pro football. But he was just as passionate about dentistry. Lechner, a St. Paul resident who'd long had a dental ...

Overview of regenerative dentistry and stem cells for dental applications
Teeth are the most natural, noninvasive source of stem cells. Dental stem cells, which are easy, convenient, and affordable to collect, hold promise for a range of very potential therapeutic applications. We have reviewed the ever-growing literature on ...

Santa Monicans give local dentist an overall D satisfaction rating
A recent report shows that Santa Monicans don't believe their City is full of top-notch dentists. In fact, the inaugural Dentist Quality Report, conducted by healthcare discovery platform Opencare, shows that patients gave Santa Monica a D for ‚Äúdental ...

Nightingales Home Health Services launches Dentistry in Hyderabad
Hyderabad, November 27, 2015 : Nightingales Home Health Services (unit of Medwell Ventures) has announced the launch of its unique service of dentistry at home in Hyderabad. Dr. Mridula Radhakrishnan, lead dental care, Nightingales Home Health ...

Dr. Costello joins Danvers dental practice
Danvers Dental Care is pleased to announce the addition of Dr. Michael Costello, D.M.D. to their growing practice. Prior to joining Danvers Dental Care, Dr. Costello was in private practice in Swampscott. He brings expertise in a broad spectrum of ...

Article on American Dental Association Meeting Highlights the Important Health ...
Article on American Dental Association Meeting Highlights the Important Health ...

Dentists describe strange things found in patients' mouths
While most of us brush, floss and use mouthwash before visiting a dentist, a new survey shows some people don't and perhaps haven't for a long time. Dr. Greg Pifer with Mobile Dentistry of Arizona admits he was taken aback after taking an X-ray of a ...

Cheers to Dowd Family Dentistry, Shepard Computer Servie and Penny Houdal, a ...
Cheers to Dowd Family Dentistry, Shepard Computer Servie and Penny Houdal, a ...

HELPING HANDS: Dentist helps bring smiles at free clinic
Dr. Eddie Parker poses for a portrait at Mercy Medicine in Florence. Parker not only sees dental patients at the clinic, he is also the facility's Dental Director. He recently won the "Hero of the Year" award from the South Carolina Free Clinic ...

Watch a movie while sitting in the dental chair
McGarry has equipped her office with the latest technology, not only in dental equipment but also with iPads, headphones, music, etc. Patients can watch a Netflix movie on an iPad while their dental work is being done, or they can also listen to music ...

Study finds the best dental apps for management of traumatic dental injuries
Many patients and even dental professionals do not know the best way to deal with traumatic dental emergencies. The consequences of mishandled cases can be quite severe, ranging from pain to dental morbidity and tooth loss. Previous studies have shown ...

Dental Exam Is First Line of Defense Against Diabetes
Keeping both gum disease and diabetes under control can go a long way toward protecting your health, so you'll be relieved to know that in addition to identifying dental problems, symptoms of systemic illnesses such as diabetes can often be detected ...

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