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The Treatments, Risks, and Causes of Periodontitis

The Treatments, Risks, and Causes of Periodontitis

Before the COVID-19 pandemic, we faced another rampant disease that impacted our oral health every day. Over 60 million Americans live with periodontal disease and are seen for this condition by dentists yearly. This makes periodontal disease one of our...

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What to Know About Laser Gum Surgery

What to Know About Laser Gum Surgery

There are times when it’s necessary to perform surgery on the gums. Sometimes this is necessary due to advanced gum disease that requires the removal of decay. It can also be performed for cosmetic purposes, especially for those concerned with a...

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Amalgam Tattoos And What Can Be Done?

Amalgam Tattoos And What Can Be Done?

When we hear the term “tattoo,” the first thing that comes to mind is intentionally acquired permanent body art. An amalgam tattoo is neither art nor does it have to be permanent. This type of tattoo is an unintentional blemish caused by the degrading of a...

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How Dental Anxiety Sufferers Benefit From Laser Dentistry

How Dental Anxiety Sufferers Benefit From Laser Dentistry

Dental anxiety is a problem faced by thousands of people all over the country. It’s no respecter of age or gender and can fade over time or worsen. For some sufferers, the experience is simply a state of heightened nervousness. For others, it can be a paralyzing...

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How Teledentistry Will Change Dental Care

How Teledentistry Will Change Dental Care

There’s been a steady change in the nature of medical care over the past decade. This change has only accelerated with the arrival of the COVID-19 pandemic. Doctors from every industry have been looking for ways to better serve their patients and to provide service to...

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The Tools Your Dentist Uses To Care For Your Teeth

The Tools Your Dentist Uses To Care For Your Teeth

Your teeth play an important role in more than just eating properly. They change the shape of your face, affect how you speak and can change other people’s perception of you. Maintaining proper oral hygiene practices is essential to preserving good oral health....

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The Treatments, Risks, and Causes of Periodontitis

Before the COVID-19 pandemic, we faced another rampant disease that impacted our oral health every day. Over 60 million Americans live with periodontal disease and are seen for this condition by dentists yearly. This makes periodontal disease one of our...

How Teledentistry Can Improve Access To Orthodontic Care

Every year rural areas continue to shrink, and there’s a driving need for high-paying jobs to maintain a standard of living. Orthodontists leaving college find themselves in significant debt, making practicing in rural areas less appealing. Regardless,...

How Robot-Assisted Dental Surgery Is Changing Dental Care

Robots have been seeing increasing use in various medical industries. They’ve been used to improve diagnostic efforts, as assistants in surgery, and more. Dentistry has recently seen the introduction of robot-assisted dental surgery, especially in dental...

What to Know About Laser Gum Surgery

There are times when it’s necessary to perform surgery on the gums. Sometimes this is necessary due to advanced gum disease that requires the removal of decay. It can also be performed for cosmetic purposes, especially for those concerned with a...

Amalgam Tattoos And What Can Be Done?

When we hear the term “tattoo,” the first thing that comes to mind is intentionally acquired permanent body art. An amalgam tattoo is neither art nor does it have to be permanent. This type of tattoo is an unintentional blemish caused by the degrading of a...

How Dental Anxiety Sufferers Benefit From Laser Dentistry

Dental anxiety is a problem faced by thousands of people all over the country. It’s no respecter of age or gender and can fade over time or worsen. For some sufferers, the experience is simply a state of heightened nervousness. For others, it can be a paralyzing...

Tooth Stress and Covid-19: The Rise of Bruxism and Fractures

The toll taken on our mental health from living through the pandemic has had a surprising reach. In addition to being cut off from our friends and family, many of us have experienced significant stress. The concern for our family’s health, how to make ends meet...

How Teledentistry Will Change Dental Care

There’s been a steady change in the nature of medical care over the past decade. This change has only accelerated with the arrival of the COVID-19 pandemic. Doctors from every industry have been looking for ways to better serve their patients and to provide service to...

The Tools Your Dentist Uses To Care For Your Teeth

Your teeth play an important role in more than just eating properly. They change the shape of your face, affect how you speak and can change other people’s perception of you. Maintaining proper oral hygiene practices is essential to preserving good oral health....

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