Post-Extraction/Oral Surgery  Instructions…

Post-Extraction/Oral Surgery Instructions…

Taking Care of Yourself After a Tooth is Extracted/minor surgery:   The healing process begins immediately after a tooth is extracted, as the body sends blood to nourish the tooth socket. The blood clot soon stabilizes, and acts as a framework for the later growth of...
5 Reasons to Smile More

5 Reasons to Smile More

5 Reasons to Smile More Nineteenth century novelist George Eliot once said, “Wear a smile and have friends; wear a scowl and have wrinkles.” Also goes an old saying “All the statistics in the world can’t measure the warmth of a smile.” Yet smiling is more than just a...
Advt and Disadvt of Implants

Advt and Disadvt of Implants

Advantages and Disadvantages of Dental Implants Advantages » Dental implants reduce the load on the remaining oral structures/teeth by offering independent support and retention to crowns, bridgework and overdentures. » Dental implants preserve natural tooth tissue by...
Child Care

Child Care

Child care dentistry   When Should Dental Care Start? Proper dental care begins before a baby’s first tooth appears. Just because you can’t see the teeth doesn’t mean they aren’t there. Teeth actually begin to form in the second trimester of...

Crowns and Bridges Sometimes a tooth becomes so severely damaged due to decay, cracked teeth or trauma that the area is too large to restore with a traditional filling. Such cases may call for a dental crown. One option to replacing missing teeth when teeth exist on...
Dental Development

Dental Development

Dental Development   All twenty baby (or primary) teeth come in by the time your child is two or three years old.   Primary Teeth   This chart tells you when baby teeth come in (or erupt) in most children. If your child is getting his or her teeth and seems to be in...

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