Composite Bonding for Anterior Teeth
Jun26

Composite Bonding for Anterior Teeth

Composite Bonding for Anterior Teeth.  To restore small cavities and damaged tooth for the anterior teeth dentists utilize composite bonding.  Composite bonding can easily repair chips, fractures, decay and discolored teeth. Composite bonding, which is the application of a tooth colored resin to fix the shape or color of your tooth, can be applied in a single office visit with minimal tooth removal.

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Porcelain Veneers Improve your Smile
Jun07

Porcelain Veneers Improve your Smile

Porcelain Veneers Improve your Smile.  Dr. Kopel with Dr. Zak dentistry speaks about how cosmetic dentists can improve your smile.

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Fixed and Removable Implants
Jun07

Fixed and Removable Implants

Fixed and Removable Implants. Hybrid Prosthesis or fixed-detachable prosthesis is a combination of an implant-supported overdenture and an implant supported fixed bridge. Four to six implants are usually used and prosthesis is screwed onto the implants. The prosthesis is removable by your dentist but cannot be taken out by the patient.

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Porcelain Materials
Jun07

Porcelain Materials

Porcelain Materials . Today dentists use a new generation of porcelain materials for fabricating crowns, veneers and inlays. These new materials allow dentists to bond the restoration to the tooth, like a fusion of two objects, which provides superior  strength, fracture resistance and retention.

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Digital Radiography in Dentistry
May31

Digital Radiography in Dentistry

Benefits of Digital Radiography in Dentistry include improved comfort of intra-oral (photos taken inside the mouth) X-rays, and less cranial exposure to radiation. Digital images are also easily stored on a computer and can be transferred to different dentists or orthodontists for referrals.

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Stem Cells in Dentistry
May31

Stem Cells in Dentistry

Stem Cells in Dentistry. Stem cells are a type of universal cell that can morph into other types of tissue. One of the easiest sources of stem cells turn out to be in the pulp tissue of teeth. Exfoliated deciduous teeth are the most natural and noninvasive sources to harvest stem cells. The known but limited regenerative capacity of the pulp has been attributed to the function of the dental stem cells. Stem cell research in mice has...

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