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  • Dental implants have certainly come a long way, and most of them only take an hour to install in your mouth! For people who have been using denture adhesive and are sick of the constant denture care that comes along with adhesive dentures, denture implants are definitely for you!

    Lets first talk about the benefits of the old style false teeth, adhesive dentures. These dentures look nice, but fit in your mouth like a mouth guard which completely covers your palate. An adhesive has to be applied to your gums and dentures to hold the dentures into place. The biggest benefit to this denture type is that when you smile they usually look great, and they allow you to chew small food. The biggest drawbacks of course is that the adhesive is messy, uncomfortable, and expensive as you have to purchase it weekly. Another huge drawback is that you can't eat the foods you want to eat. Unless its mushy small food, you can't chew it without your dentures dislodging from the adhesive and causing uncomfortable movement and embarrassing moments while eating. Also with the palate covered, you can't even taste some of the food you choose to eat with these types of dentures.

    Well, no need to fear because implant dentures are here. There are several things that can be categorized in the benefit of denture implants category. The first thing is that the dentures are smaller and more light weight. They don't cover the palate as they just include the teeth and gum line as part of the dentures. The dentures snap into place on the implants which make the teeth extremely sturdy and makes the idea of ​​biting into an apple a reality. There are no messy adhesives to clean up or buy as all you have … Read the rest

  • The thought of oral surgery is something that may send shivers running down your spine. But really, as long as you have asked all of your questions of your Plantation dentist and your Fort Lauderdale oral surgeon, you should be able to walk into your surgical procedure with confidence that all will be better soon.

    There are a variety of reasons one may require a visit to their Fort Lauderdale oral surgeon. Wisdom tooth or some other sort of extraction is probably the most common reason why your Plantation dentist may make a referral to an oral surgeon for consultation. However, a Fort Lauderdale oral surgeon would also be needed to prepare your mouth for dental implants or an oral appliance such as dentures.

    Typically, your traditional Plantation dentist can handle a tooth extraction. So why do you need to see a Fort Lauderdale oral surgeon for your wisdom teeth extraction? Here's what makes wisdom teeth a bit more complicated. It's not the tooth itself but the root. For the most part, the more normal the alignment of the wisdom tooth and the further through the gums it has been able to erupt, the simpler the extraction process will be. Subsequently, the healing process will also be easier to get through.

    The anatomy of a wisdom tooth itself is another reason why extraction needs to be done by an oral surgeon. Wisdom teeth are multi rooted; with lower wisdom teeth typically having two roots, and upper wisdom teeth usually having three. Every person is different, and therefore there is a large degree of variation in the way the roots of a wisdom tooth can form. Not only can each person be different; but also each tooth can be different in the way the roots have formed.

    Some wisdom teeth have … Read the rest

  • Your mouth is used for communicating with other people everyday which exposes them whenever you talk with other people. If you are uncomfortable with your teeth, it will definitely show with the way you communicate with other people. If you still do not realize the importance of having pearly white teeth when you smile, then it's high time to concentrate on dental hygiene.

    The first thing you can do to improve your dental hygiene is to practice regular brushing. This does not mean that you have to brush your teeth after every meal. For instance, suppose you eat an average of 8 times per day, brushing your teeth after each of those meals could lead to irritation of the enamel of the teeth as well as tender gums which can eventually result to gum irritation or gingivitis. Brushing two or three times daily is enough to keep your teeth and mouth clean and is the recommended number of brushes by most dentists.

    If you are not content with simply brushing only, you can also use dental floss after every meal or gargle with mouthwash. Just make sure that you know the proper way to use a floss or it could result in bleeding gums or sore areas between the teeth and tongue.

    In addition, a tongue cleaner is also worth considering if you think that brushing and flushing alone will not remove the bacteria that could cause halitosis in your mouth. This microorganism does not only thrive on the teeth but also on the tongue and cheeks of your mouth. To attain 100 percent fresh breath, it is important to clean your tongue and inner mouth cheeks likewise.

    There are instances when you come home late at night or had a hectic day at work that you simply want to … Read the rest

  • There are many factors that need to be considered before deciding whether to use a bridge or dental implants. Some of these factors are given below for you to determine which one will be appropriate for you.

    1. Jaw bone preservation

    It allow you to preserve your jawbone. This is because the implant treatment is done in an area where there are no teeth. Hence, the bone area will be stimulated and the problem of bone loss in the area will not happen. In a bridge, the procedure connects two teeth and there is no pressure on the jaw bone. This can cause the shrinking of the bone because of the absence of stimulation.

    2. Better oral health

    With this, the health of your teeth will not be affected. The healthy ones will remain and they will not be affected by the process. On the other hand, using a bridge requires connection with the other teeth and may require you to sacrifice the health of the adjacent teeth to provide the needed bridge support.

    3. Easy Oral hygiene

    Because of the easy access to the teeth done with these, the usual dental care can be easily done. Bridge requires regular flossing and this can take much of your time. With dental implants, the effort of everyday oral care is just the same as without the implants.

    4. Durability

    As the implants rely on the connection of the teeth to the jaw bone, it makes them last for up to ten years. Bridge, on the other hand, relies on the strength of the teeth that the bridge is connected to. Bridge will totally rely on the natural teeth that can also be subject to decay and diseases while the implants are made of titanium and are not prone to diseases.

    5. … Read the rest

  • They say a smile is your best accessory. It is important you take care of that accessory so you will have a beautiful smile that will last a lifetime. Regular dental visits are essential to keep your teeth looking sparkling white and to keep your mouth healthy and happy. Finding a good dentist for you and your family doesn't have to be a chore, with a little research and the right questions. Not only are qualifications important, but you want to find a dental professional who is a good fit and who is caring, compassionate, and listens to your needs.

    One of the best ways to find a dentist is through word of mouth. If your friends, family, neighbors, or co-workers like someone, odds are that you will too. Surprisingly, your doctor or pharmacist may also be able to make suggestions about dental professionals in your area. Once you find a dental professional who comes highly recommended, there are a number of questions you should ask to be sure they will meet your needs. Most importantly is to be sure your dentistry professional is well-educated and properly trained; you also want to be sure he or she attends continuing education workshops and is up-to-date on the newest products and technologies available. Once this has been established, you can then inquire more details regarding the office location and business hours, so that you can be sure you will be able to make appointments as easy and convenient as possible. Finally, you will want to ask questions regarding certain policies and procedures before making your final decision in selecting a long-term dental professional. For example, it is likely important to know if your prospective dental practice accepts your insurance and then what procedures are covered and the amount of the co-pay. You … Read the rest

  • Compared to other developed nations, health care in Dubai is of very high quality. Hospitals (both private and public) boast of the latest breakthroughs, modern facilities, competent doctors, and medical staff. People in Dubai have easy access to all their medical needs. As a matter of fact, the ratio of doctors to patients is very high in Dubai.

    The same is the case with dental service in Dubai. Much like the overall medical care in general, dental services in Dubai are at par with that of developed nations.

    For one, dentists in Dubai are very well-known for their competence in the field. Quite a number of dentists in Dubai have been trained in the best dental schools abroad, particularly in the United States and Canada, and have even undergone specialization studies in dental cosmetology, restorative dentistry etc. Good dental schools are also beginning to sprout in Dubai. As a matter of fact, the well-known Boston University has just signed a deal to open a dental school with the Dubai Healthcare City, this July 2008. This would mean that dentists in Dubai and from other regions will be able to study post- doctoral dental education with a US-based curriculum, bringing in the latest technology and procedures.

    The move to further develop dental services in Dubai is probably part of the government program to improve its image as one of the best destinations for medical tourism. With the bleak future of petro dollars due to the decreasing supply and the movement for non-fossil fuel alternatives as a solution to global warming, it is just about time that the government looks for other steady sources of income for Dubai.

    When on the look-out for the best dentists in Dubai, there are things that you can do to ensure you get your money's worth. … Read the rest

  • You may be contemplating undergoing dental implant treatment and need to know, "are dental implants safe"? Even though the treatment has been shown to be highly predictable with success rates in the region of 95%, the question are dental implants safe can be looked into in more detail. What materials are implants made from and how do they behave in our mouths after being implanted into the jaw bone?

    Most implants used in dentistry today are made of commercially pure titanium or titanium alloys. Zirconia variants do exist however their use in dentistry is less common.
    Why are dental implants used?

    Dental implants are used to replace missing or damaged natural teeth. The implant replaces a natural tooth root and is able to help support, crowns, bridges or stabilize removable dentures. The benefit of having dental implants is that once completed, the new teeth feel and look just like natural teeth. The actual surgery can be carried out under local anaesthetic or IV sedation (for anxious patients). The implant is then left in the jawbone for about 4-6 months while healing takes place. This fusion between the bone tissue and the titanium is known as osseo-integration. The new teeth are custom designed and shaded to aesthetically suit each patient's requests and dental needs.

    Unlike crowns and bridges dental implants do not damage adjacent teeth during preparation of fixed bridgework. Dental implants also prevent further bone loss which occurs after losing natural teeth. If properly maintained implants can last up to 15-20 years. It was initially thought that bone would shrink about 0.5mm-1mm around implants per year however newer designs are kinder to surrounding bone and are showing very little bone loss at all.

    What about allergies to metals? Are dental implants safe?

    Titanium is the most commonly used material. Although … Read the rest

  • Also known as pedodontics, pediatric dentistry is the subsection of dentistry involved in treating children from birth through adolescence. Pediatric dentistry differs from adult dentistry because children and adolescents are growing, and as a result their mouths are changing. Yet, this branch of dentistry similarly focuses on understanding the cause and prevention of disease, while balancing the need to form trustful, confident relationships with young patients. Moreover, this form of dentistry is also more focused on teaching healthy habits, adapting procedures for the needs of children, and supervising oral health as children develop.

    As a dental specialty, pediatric dentists are usually required to complete two years of post-doctoral training that focuses on the special needs and concerns of child patients. Most developed countries today provide board certification for these practitioners, as well as a specialty permit in order for a dentist to represent her / himself specifically as a pediatric dentist.

    One of the most important aspects of this field of dentistry is to teach children the importance of healthy teeth. Subsequently, much effort is put into preventing tooth decay and teaching habits and behaviors that prevent decay and gum disease. Indeed, many scientific studies indicate that poor oral hygiene can be related to poor social relationships, poor school performance, and issues with self esteem and confidence. Not surprisingly then, pediatric dentists are experts in communicating with children regarding eating habits and how they affect your teeth, brushing and flossing, and general oral care.

    Pedodontics relies on a wide range of disciplines, techniques, procedures, and skills. While many of the attributes of child dentistry are shared with other branches, pediatric dentistry is modified and adapted to meet the needs of children and sometimes individuals with special health care needs. Behavior guidance, care for medically and developmentally compromised patients, and supervision … Read the rest

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    EVEN MORE PATIENT.

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    anteposuerit litterarum formas humanitatis pe. Eodem modo typi,
    qui nunc nobis videntur parum clari, fiant sollemnes in futurum."
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