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The Proper Care Of Teeth To Prevent Disease

Brush and Floss Regular brushing and flossing is highly recommended by the ADA. Brushing should be done twice a day using fluoride toothpaste. Brush the front and back of each tooth as well as the sides. A toothbrush should be replaced every three or four months or as soon as the bristles begin to bend. […]

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The Premiere Of 3D Printer Implants In Dental Surgery

Research conducted by the Biomedical Research Institute of the Belgium Hasselt University has lead to the creation of a titanium 3D printing implant made from powder-heated titanium and fused together, each individual layer at a time, by a laser. Based in the same country, the specialized metal-parts manufacturer, LayerWise, built the implant. An 83 year […]

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Using Proper Dental Management To Address Dental Anxiety

The number of people who dread and even fear going to the dentist is quite remarkable. Even individuals who feel they have a high pain threshold will only go to the dentist when absolutely neccessary. There are many factors that contribute to dental anxiety. However, dentists are now using quality dental management to  create a […]

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Talking About The ADA And Children Dentistry

In a recent issue of the Journal Of The American Dental Association or ADA it is reported that the majority of dentists working as a children dentist over-prescribe antibiotics to their patients. The study found a 10%-42% prescribing guideline adherence from the 154 North Carolina dentists surveyed in the way they would treat hypothetical cases. […]

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