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Oral Sedation Dentistry

Posted on: February 27th, 2012 by Koyel No Comments

Oral sedation allows you to relax both your mind and body, and focus on feeling peaceful rather than anxious Are you someone who is anxious or fearful about dental treatment and even worries about it all the time? In Part One of this series, Comfortable Dentistry in the 21st Century “Overcoming Fear and Anxiety” we …

A time-tested, affordable way to replace missing teeth

Posted on: February 22nd, 2012 by Koyel No Comments

Edentulism — Still a Real Problem “Edentulism,” the complete loss of all permanent teeth, can substantially reduce quality of life, self-image, and daily functioning. At the dawn of the 21st Century, with all the know-how necessary to ensure dental and oral health, complete tooth loss is still a big issue. In the U.S., 26% of …

10 Secrets to Brighter, Whiter Teeth – Gallery

Posted on: February 16th, 2012 by Koyel No Comments

Slideshow: 10 Secrets to Brighter, Whiter Teeth Want brighter, whiter teeth? Know what to do – and what to avoid. Want Brighter, Whiter Teeth? Have your pearly whites lost their luster because of dingy gray or yellow stains? Stained teeth can occur as we age, but some common foods, drinks, and even mouthwashes can stain …

Zinc Poisoning Linked to Popular Denture Creams

Posted on: February 6th, 2012 by Koyel No Comments

Reports Suggest Overuse of Fixodent and Older Version of Poligrip May Cause Nerve Damage By Daniel J. DeNoon – WebMD Health News / Reviewed by Laura J. Martin, MD Feb. 15, 2011 — Many cases of mysterious nerve damage turn out to be caused by overuse of popular denture products, an increasing number of reports suggests. The culprit: zinc in Fixodent, from Procter & Gamble, …

Malocclusion and Orthodontics

Posted on: January 30th, 2012 by Koyel No Comments

What is malocclusion? Malocclusion means having crooked teeth or a “poor bite.” Orthodontic treatment can correct the way teeth and jaws line up. Dentists who are specially trained to correct malocclusion are called orthodontists. They use a variety of treatment tools and techniques (including braces) to move teeth, and sometimes the jaw, into the right places. …

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