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What’s your reason for not flossing? I go to the dentist twice a year for a checkup. I’ve always worried about my teeth—almost every tooth in my mouth has a filling. However, with all my concerns, I still don’t do what I’m supposed to do to try to keep my pearly whites healthy. I don’t […]
Dental anesthesia was invented and implemented around the 1950s. Those of you, who remember this revolutionary breakthrough in the field, are able to acknowledge that this fact had the most positive impact on the field of dentistry in general. Since nerve sensation could be blocked successfully, dentists could perform even some of the most complex […]
November 17, 2009 New York Times- Personal Health By JANE E. BRODY If I have one serious regret about my age, it is that my permanent teeth developed before New York, my hometown, got fluoridated water. I first lost a permanent molar to decay in my early 20s, and the resulting bridge has had to […]
Dentures, partials, or dental implants KHSL Care of implants is similar to that of normal teeth. Regular brushing, flossing, and check-ups are required. For more information about dentures, partials, or implants, contact an area dentist. Original post by general dentistry – Google News
Best Syndication Dental Implants (general info)Best Syndication, CADental implants last many years and require no special care beyond brushing, flossing and seeing your dentist regularly. Dental implants may be placed in the jawbone (endosteal) or on the jawbone (subperiosteal). Endosteal implants are most common, … Original post by general dentistry – Google News
A study of twins published demonstrates that flossing can decrease the occurrence of gum disease-causing bacteria. (American Academy of Periodontology press release) Original post by Meg Dempsey