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Dental Treatment Recovery Issues

Dental Treatment Recovery Issues

If you’ve had dental work done recently or are planning to have work done soon, you may be curious about issues that can arise during the recovery period. There are a few items to be aware of after having a dental treatment done, such as what to do if your mouth gets infected, how to handle any residual pain, and how long you should follow the post-treatment instructions your doctor or surgeon gave you.

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What is a Prosthodontist?

What is a Prosthodontist?

If you’ve never lost a tooth or needed a crown, then you’ve probably never visited a prosthodontist. Prosthodontistry is a dentistry specialty focusing on missing teeth. These trained medical professionals treat a variety of oral issues, and provide specialized care that suits each patient’s particular dental needs. Read on to learn what Prosthodontists do.

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Dental Implants – Questions & Answers

Dental Implants – Questions & Answers

Dental implants are human-made replacements for the root of a tooth. If a patient has broken or missing teeth due to injury, periodontal disease, decay, or congenital defects, a dental implant can replace a single tooth, several teeth, or the entire upper or lower jawline.

Most modern dental implants are made of titanium and look similar in size and shape to the natural root of a tooth. Titanium is very strong and durable, and this material can fuse to the cells within the bone of your jaw over time. The fusing process is called osseointegration, which makes the implant even stronger.

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Everything You Need To Know About Dentures

Everything You Need To Know About Dentures

Whether you are considering getting dentures, already have them, or know someone with them, it’s very likely that you may have some questions about them. What follows is information on what dentures really are, what kind of care they require, and how dentures can improve your oral health. We hope to help you find the answers to all your denture queries and to find out, if necessary, whether dentures might be right for you.

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Senior Health: How to Deal with Tooth Loss

Senior Health: How to Deal with Tooth Loss

Seniors have to take certain steps in their oral health routine so they can avoid tooth loss. According to the National Institute of Dental and Craniofacial Research, 27.27% of seniors over age 65 have no remaining teeth. Out of those that do have teeth, seniors over the age of 65 have an average of 18.90 out of 32 teeth remaining.

That’s why it’s important to maintain a healthy oral health care routine and hygiene plan to try to avoid tooth loss, especially if you are over the age of 65.

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