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  • Over time, bacteria and plaque can cause decay in our teeth. If left untreated, that decay can cause gum disease, bad breath, and other serious health concerns in and outside our mouths. This occurrence is known as a cavity, and your dentist will be able to assess and treat all types of cavities with something called a filling. Different types of dental fillings are also used to repair cracked and broken teeth that may have become worn down over the years.

    The tooth is first numbered, and then your dentist will drill into the tooth to remove all signs of decay. After which, the cavity left open from decay removal will be filled. There are many different types of dental fillings, suitable for different situations. There are two types of indirect fillings. The first type, inlays, feature dental work within the cusps of the surface of the tooth. On the other hand, onlays cover more than one cusp, involve much more extensive work, and are often considered partial crowns.

    Many practices offer cast gold fillings. While these are expensive, they are very long lasting, and can protect the cavity of a tooth for up to 15 years (sometimes longer). Gold is a very strong metal, and can withstand a lot of chewing and other types of wear and tear. Some people also prefer the look of gold to silver colored metals offered. Keep in mind, these types of fillings are expensive, and may require more than one dental visit to properly fill the cavity. Silver is also widely used because it is long lasting and very strong. On the other hand, silver does not match the natural color of teeth, and a small percentage of patients experience an allergic reaction to this type of metal.

    Dentists currently use composites to … Read the rest

  • These days patients have become far more vigilant than what they were few years ago. Patients are now taking good care of their oral health. That being said there are many others who suffer from cavities and have to undergo dental restorations with the help of dental fillings. There are different types of fillings which are being used these days and since we take up this opportunity to talk about all of them. This is an attempt to help you out so that you can choose what best suits you.

    There is one such dental filling which has been used since ages. This is the amalgam filling. This is being used since the last 150 years. The composition of amalgam filling is a mixture of metals – just as the name suggests. So ideally it contains 50 percent mercury, along with tin, copper, silver or zinc. As compared to the other types of dental fillings the advantage that amalgam has is that they are less costly, very strong and last really long. However the disadvantage is that they are silver in color and over a period of time the color diminishes. This means that when you open your mouth there will be something odd for people who are talking to you. Furthermore there was a time when amalgam fillings were deemed to be unsafe by ADA because of mercury content. However now it has been proved that the level of mercury is safe enough to be used but then it is always better to keep your options open.

    Your next option for dental fillings is the composite filling. They are made out of powdered glass and acrylic resin and are far much advantageous than the amalgam fillings. The biggest advantage of composite filling is that they can be colored to … Read the rest

  • While general dentists perform procedures that are necessary to good oral health, such as cleanings and root canals, cosmetic dentists perform elective procedures to correct aesthetic flaws. Many elective cosmetic procedures, such as dental bridges, can also have a conservative purpose, and we'll discuss some of these in this guide.

    Innovations in cosmetic dentistry have made a trip to the dentist's office an entirely new and rewarding experience for millions of Americans, and many procedures are even covered by dental insurers! So whether you're fixing a single tooth or getting a total smile makeover, arm yourself with these facts to help you decide on a procedure that fits your dental and aesthetic needs and budget.

    What Is Dental Bonding?

    A favored procedure for minor dental corrections, bonding – also known as composite bonding – is a quick and affordable way to correct a variety of dental flaws such as:

    • Cracks
    • Discoloration
    • Gaps
    • Low Bite Pressure (caused by short or uneven teeth)
    • Tooth Decay

    If you have any of these dental issues you may be a good candidate for bonding.

    How Does Bonding Work?

    After inspecting the tooth in question, your dentist will select a color for the composite resin (the material used in bonding) that most closely matches your tooth. He or she will then roughen the outer layer of your tooth, removing a minimal amount of tooth enamel, and apply a strong adhesive that will help the resin stick. Next your dentist will apply the resin and shape it to fill in any cracks or gaps or change the contours of your tooth. Afterwards, a dental laser is used to "bond" the material to your tooth. A local anesthetic is generally only required when tooth decay or nerve damage is involved.

    How Long Does Bonding Take?

    Dental bonding can … Read the rest

  • Orthodontics is a dental treatment that focuses on rectifying, preventing and treating any irregularities of the teeth and jaws. Orthodontists also focus on treating disorders and abnormalities in the jaw area.

    Cosmetic dentistry is a highly specialized science and different areas of cosmetic dentistry focus on different problems.So, it is important to know when to approach an orthodontist.

    Basically, an orthodontic problem is one that has to do with 'bite problems'. So, you must visit an orthodontist, if you have any of the following problems:

    1. Crooked or crowed teeth

    2. Misaligned teeth

    3. Overbite or underbite

    4. Extra teeth

    5. A disorder or misalignment in the jaws

    These days, many young children and young adults suffer from 'bite problems'. Most of these problems are associated with misaligned teeth. Although patients of any age may benefit from orthodontic treatments, the best age for treating developmental misalignments is between 10 and 14 years of age. That said, even adults can consider undergoing orthodontic treatments for problems that are trapped in childhood.

    Fixing braces is one of the most popular orthodontic treatments. In the past, braces were made of metal. They were painful and looked quite a mouthful. These days, however, clear, plastic braces, otherwise known as invisalign treatment, is available for people with alignment problems. These are convenient and fast. Most importantly, the clear braces can not be seen and may be removed and cleaned as required.

    How to choose an orthodontist in Ohio

    Ohio is one of the most advanced states in the US, when it comes to quality dental care. With various developments in technology, patients can expect to find the best orthodontists in Ohio.

    The best way to find a reputed orthodontist in Ohio is still the old fashioned way – word of mouth. Ask your regular dentist … Read the rest

  • Having a great set of teeth starts at home and getting a healthy set of teeth starts at the dental office. You may not be aware, but your dental hygiene rituals may be poorly facilitated. And what about dental insurance? Plan holders are covered for at least $ 1,000 a year. Why not use the unspent amount on an appointment with the dentist that may just take a few hours of your time?

    Regular dental cleansings are not a luxury; in fact, getting them is an underrated necessity that a lot of people find as a waste of time. But the benefits of getting professional cleaning service from dentists may save you from more dental conditions than you could possibly think of.

    Dental cleanings also provide a more thorough way for the dentist to examine the present condition of your teeth and to treat infections at an early pace. Having dental cleanings done on a regular basis will make it easier for the dentist to benchmark improvements on your teeth. Paired with a good oral hygiene, dental cleansings will get you started on a worry-free work life.

    What other specific benefits do dental cleanings give?

    1.) A Hands-down "Thorough" Clean – While most people would think that the dentist only performances basic cleaning during the treatment, there's a lot more to it than that. Once detected for any tartar or plaque accumulation, the dentist's outright duty is to perform "scaling" (the removal of dental tartar from the surface of the teeth) and "planning" (the smoothening of the surface of the root of the teeth). These two procedures along can save you from gingivitis and mild forms of periodontitis.

    Deep dental cleaning makes sure that the teeth, as well as the alveolar bone and the gums are healthy and if needed, … Read the rest

  • While some healthcare plans cover 100 percent of certain treatments, most dental plans do not. In general, these insurance plans provide coverage that is more like discount coupons than like normal healthcare insurance. Many plans cover yearly X-rays and cleanings twice a year, however, it may come as a surprise that they do not cover the cost of fillings or other treatments. Most plans require a co-pay for treatments.

    Be sure that dental insurance is the right choice for you before you buy your own plan. Often, people who employers do not provide dental coverage find that the cost of insurance far outweighs the out-of-pocket costs for the screenings and treatment they will need.

    In many situations, insurers limit benefits for dental services to what they call "usual customary, and reasonable. Yet these companies grossly underestimate the actual costs for these procedures. Even people with dental insurance, therefore, are stuck paying hefty out-of-pocket fees to make up the difference.

    Dental insurance classifies treatments

    Most dental insurance policies break down services into three categories, which range from serious to routine. Those classifications determine how much the plan will cover. Most dental plans offer little coverage for the most serious procedures-leaving patients with expensive procedures to pay huge out-of-pocket costs. Routine treatments, such as fillings, are usually have partial coverage, generally around 70 percent. Screenings and cleanings, though, are usually covered by all dental plans.

    Cosmetic treatments usually not covered

    Dental insurance plans do not usually cover any of the costs of cosmetic treatments, unless one can prove that the procedure is medically necessary. The entire cost of such treatments must be borne by the patient.

    The world of dental insurance can be both confusing and frustrating for many patients. Most dental insurance plans are not all-inclusive. Many are listed as "discount … Read the rest

  • Definition

    Dental implant surgery is a procedure that replace tooth roots with metal, screw-like posts and replaced damaged or missing teeth with artificial teeth. Earlier, such replacements were done with bridges and dentures but today with implants one can avoid that inconvenient treatment.

    Why Implants: Advantages

    The metal or titanium in the implants fuses with your jawbone due to which the implants will not slip, make noise or cause bone damage. There are multiple advantages of having a Dental Implant Surgery.

    Here, dental implants may be right for you if you:

    Have one or more missing teeth

    Want to improve your speech and comfort level

    Have healthy oral tissues

    Do not have health conditions that will affect bone healing

    Have a jawbone that's reached full growth

    Are unable or unwilling to wear dentures

    Want to improve appearance & self-esteem

    Implant Surgery Procedure: a brief explanation

    Most dental implant surgeries take place in the dentist's office or in a hospital setting. Local anesthesia is usually sufficient for these procedures but various other forms of patient sedation (like nitrous oxide or intravenous sedation) may also be used.

    This is an out-patient surgery because it takes place in stages.

    Step 1 → Development of an individualized treatment plan done by a team of trained professionals in oral surgery.

    Step 2 → A small titanium post is placed in to the bone socket. As the jawbone slowly heals, it grows around the implanted metal post. The healing time can take from 6 to 12 weeks

    Step 3 → Once the implant has bonded to the jawbone, a small connector post called abutment is attached to the post confidentially.

    Step 4 → A teeth model is created as your dentist creates impressions of your bite (which captures all of your teeth, type and arrangement).

    Step … Read the rest

  • If you have a tooth or teeth that have become severely damaged or decided, it is important to restore their structure, strength, and function to improve your facial & smile aesthetics and boost your confidence. The dental crown procedure can be a great solution for patients with weakened or traumatized tooth / teeth.

    Cosmetically, dental crowns are tooth-shaped, natural-colored coverings applied over the tooth's surface to restore its shape and size, strength, hide surface imperfections and / or rejuvenate the tooth's appearance.

    Benefits

    Today porcelain, ceramic, and porcelain-metal mix dental crowns, offered at most aesthetic dental clinics, are custom matched to the color of your existing teeth and are specifically designed for your smile in order to provide the most accurate, aesthetically pleasing results.

    These ceramic restorations, when cemented into proper place, encase the entire misshapen or severely discolored teeth, thereby giving you a bright and sparkling smile.

    Dental crowns are used to cover dental implant to comfortably work together with your existing natural teeth.

    They also act as a protective cover, protecting a weak tooth from further damage or to hold together parts of a fractured tooth.

    One of the most obvious advantages is that this capping of the tooth looks, feels, and functions like your natural teeth and restores your overall bite strength, thereby improving your ability to bite down comfortably.

    If crafted accurately, a dental crown can help your upper and lower teeth to meet properly and maintaining a proper, balanced bite.

    Risks

    The risks associated with the placement of dental crowns include an increased sensitivity to heat and cold. Since your newly crowned tooth still has a nerve in it, you may experience sensitivity to cold and hot temperatures on the tooth following crown placement.

    Nerve damage is another potential risk associated with this procedure. The … Read the rest

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    Mirum est notare quam littera gothica, quam nunc putamus parum claram,
    anteposuerit litterarum formas humanitatis pe. Eodem modo typi,
    qui nunc nobis videntur parum clari, fiant sollemnes in futurum."
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    EVEN MORE PATIENT.

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