Implant Supported Bridges: What You Need to Know

An implant-supported bridge and regular dental bridge are quite similar, what sets them apart is that former is supported by implants and the latter by natural teeth. Whenever an implant-supported bridge is used, an implant is put in the jawbone for every missing tooth. Finally, the crowns are connected to each other to form one Read more »

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7 Amazing Facts About Oral Health

Oral health had always been a matter of concern for everyone. There are many gimmick facts related to oral health that make it difficult for you to differentiate the genuine facts from myths and mislead you in many ways. There are many traditional practices as well that we've been following from ages without even trying Read more »

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How Harmful Is It When You Brush Your Teeth Only Once a Day?

Dentists recommend that you should brush your teeth twice a day- when you get up in the morning, and before you go to bed at night. Not just brushing, flossing and swishing should be done twice daily. Some people brush their teeth twice a day but some only once a day. If you brush your Read more »

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What Are the Benefits of CAD/CAM in Implant Dentistry?

CAD/CAM (Computer Aided Design/ Computer Aided Manufacturing) has been in use in restorative dentistry for a long time. The application of CAD/CAM can be seen in implant dentistry as well. These applications are used in designing and manufacturing of custom implant abutments in a highly anticipated and trustworthy fabrication process. It is impossible to imagine Read more »

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Tooth Infection Can Even Turn Deadly: An Overview

You must be aware of various dental problems people go through and the pain they feel while undergoing treatment. It has been witnessed that a tooth infection can turn deadly and can take lives of the patients. So tooth infection should not be left untreated and it requires your immediate attention.

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Breakthrough: Dental Implants with a Built-In Reservoir

There is a major breakthrough in the realms of dentistry! A team of researchers from KU Leuven university, Belgium have developed a dental implant that can gradually release drugs from a built-in reservoir. It helps in preventing and fighting infections. Traditional Dental Read more »

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How Full Mouth Rehabilitation Can Help You Restore your Smile

Full mouth rehabilitation, full mouth reconstruction, and full mouth restoration are similar terms meant to describe the process of rebuilding and restoring all your teeth in the upper and lower jaws. In this process, your tooth is restored with a combination of dental work which includes crowns, inlays, veneers, onlays, dental implants and dental bridgework.

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What Are the Benefits of Implant-Supported Dentures?

Dental implants and dentures are two of the most common dental treatment options available. The treatment you choose depends upon the type of dental problem you are suffering from. An implant-supported denture is advised for those patients who don't have any teeth but have enough bones in their jaw to support the implant. It's a Read more »

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Why Cleaning Your Tongue Is as Important as Brushing Your Teeth

Brushing our teeth is a routine or a norm for most of us. It's a part of our daily schedule. Most of us are well aware of the fact that brushing our teeth has numerous benefits and how it protects our teeth. We give so much importance to brushing our teeth and flossing that we Read more »

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7 Simple Steps to Prevent Periodontal Disease

Periodontal disease, also known as gum disease, is the infection around the teeth structure which includes gums, the cementum, which covers the roots, the alveolar bone, and periodontal ligament. When bacteria start growing, you feel inflammation in the gums surrounding the tooth. If you leave it untreated, it can deteriorate the supporting bone structure Read more »

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