Posts Tagged "dentistry"

Healing in the Form of Bone Growth

Posted by on May 28, 2014 in Blogs | 0 comments

140318093220-largeOral cancer has been seen to take a cruel toll on many individuals. It has silenced the voice of a famous film critic and even brought an NBA coach to tears.

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Plasma Tools: the Future of Dentistry?

Posted by on May 25, 2014 in Blogs | 0 comments

What if in the future there was a way to painlessly drill teeth or remove tissue in the mouth?  A new emerging field of therapeutic medicine shows promising developments in incorporating plasma tools in dental hygiene and oral surgery.Plasma Pencil

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Revolutionizing Dentistry with Technology

Posted by on May 24, 2014 in Blogs | 0 comments

cerecbluecam1Got a broken tooth? No problem! Your well-trained dentist has a covered. But what exactly is the process of getting the tooth fixed? Traditionally, to repair the tooth, the dentist need to make a model of the tooth and the surrounding area using mold and an impression of your mouth would need to be taken down to a dental laboratory to make a crown. The dentist will make a temporary crown until the permanent crown comes in after a week or two. This is a pretty reliable procedure to go by, but what if technology says that we can do better?

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Mighty Enamel

Posted by on May 14, 2014 in Blogs | 1 comment

zybna_emalsadasdasdasEnamel, the toughest material in the human body–we’ve all heard this before. We’ve heard it so much that we’ve learned to take it for granted. Sure, it’s supposed to last you a lifetime, but this really depends on how you treat your enamel.

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Snacks for Healthy Teeth

Posted by on Mar 28, 2014 in Blogs | 0 comments

Healthy Snacks for Kids and AdultsLooking for healthy snack alternatives? There are a lot of tasty snacks that are less damaging to teeth. Eating healthy foods can help protect you and your child from tooth decay and other oral health problems. It is important to avoid sugary snacks. The bacteria in plaque found on teeth turns sugar into acids. These acids deteriorate tooth enamel, which can lead to cavities. The more times you consume sugary snacks throughout the day, the more often bacteria is able to produce acids. Limiting sugar intake can improve oral health!

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