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Important Dental Health Tips

Important Dental Health Tips

 is of utmost importance for all in society. There are all kinds of challenges that present with teeth and solving the problems and preventing the effects will maintain oral health for a happier life worth a smile. There are top things that you should look into when you are committed to enjoying dental health. These pointers will be the guide to excellent oral health. • The first thing is to make appointments with the dentist regularly. … Read entire article »

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Dental Health Information

Dental Health Information

Dental Health Information There are so many people around you, always giving some piece of advice regarding different health issues in your life. In all free advices that you get from your parents, elder brothers or sisters, one advice is the most common from all and that is about your dental health. There is no secret in how to brush or even … Read entire article »

Vitamins For Dental Health

Vitamins For Dental Health

Vitamins For Dental Health Filed under Dental Health Secret adicals produced by plaque and tartar on the teeth, along with bacterial proteinases, and a long list of immune system responses to these problems. Periodontal disease often starts as simple plaque. Plaque is the sticky substance that we should brush off of our teeth at least twice a day. This is because plaque harbors a … Read entire article »

My Dental Health Tips

My Dental Health Tips

My Dental Health Tips   As an experienced Dentist working in a general practice for forty years, I’ve always placed my patient’s welfare and dental concerns first and foremost. I believe that every individual young or old, has the right to be examined,diagnosed and treated by a licensing Dentist. You as a dental patient have the right to be examined and treated in … Read entire article »

How to Care for a Child’s Teeth:Taking a Child to a Dentist

How to Care for a Child’s Teeth:Taking a Child to a Dentist

Taking a Child to a Dentist You should begin taking your child to the dentist no later than by the age of two years. The American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry recommends a visit by the time your child is one year of age. Usually all the primary teeth have erupted by the time your child is between two and three years of … Read entire article »

5 Ways to Care for Sensitive Teeth at Home:1: See Your Dentist

5 Ways to Care for Sensitive Teeth at Home:1: See Your Dentist

If you’ve ever drunk a cold lemonade and felt a tingling sensation afterward, you might have sensitive teeth. Sensitive teeth develop two ways: Gum lines recede or enamel erodes. Enamel and gums act as outer shields protecting dentin, the layer beneath the enamel in your tooth. Dentin is full of tubules that lead down to your root nerves. When hot … Read entire article »

How Tooth Whitening Works:Dentist Supervised Whitening

How Tooth Whitening Works:Dentist Supervised Whitening

Dentist Supervised Whitening Dentist-supervised tooth whitening involves the controlled use of carbamide or hydrogen peroxide, tailored to a particular patient. Dentists may administer in-office treatments or at-home treatments. Before the tooth whitening treatment, most dentists clean the teeth, fill any cavities, and make sure the patient’s gums are healthy. Most in-office systems use 15 to 35 percent hydrogen peroxide gels, sometimes coupled with … Read entire article »

Oral Hygiene 101

Oral Hygiene 101

Visiting the Dentist You cannot go it alone. No matter how well you care for your teeth at home, you still need regular checkups and cleanings, and in the rare case of a dental emergency, you’ll be glad the professionals are around. The Checkup Has fear kept you away from the dentist for so long that your teeth hurt just thinking about it? … Read entire article »

Why do dentists need to use a dental dam?

Why do dentists need to use a dental dam?

When a beaver builds a natural dam or an engineer plans a man-made dam, both design the structures to control and hold back debris and water. Dams form barriers to unwanted elements in the environment; logs don’t jam and block free-flowing streams, water doesn’t flood areas meant to stay dry, and unwanted objects are kept from washing through and mucking … Read entire article »

Can dentists use non-fluoride toothpaste?

Can dentists use non-fluoride toothpaste?

Are fluoride treatments too much of a good thing? Creatas/Thinkstock Related Articles Pros and Cons of Fluoride Why is there fluoride-free toothpaste? 10 Fluoride Facts You Should Know You’ve probably noticed that fluoride is present in virtually all brands of toothpaste; as the writing on the box says, it protects against tooth decay. So why would you want a toothpaste without it? And would a dentist … Read entire article »