Root Canals
Mar06

Root Canals

Root canals treatment is: simply removing the nerve, cleaning the canal space, preparing the canal space and finally putting the root canal filling inside the root. This is accomplished by making a small hole through the top of the tooth or crown and using a special material called gutta percha to fill in the space previously occupied by the nerve.

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Sports Injuries and TMJ
Mar06

Sports Injuries and TMJ

Sports Injuries and TMJ. Sport induced TMJ can be caused either by a traumatic blow to the jaw or muscle strain that puts stress on the tempromandibular joint. It’s also possible to suffer TMJ because you are overworking your jaw during sports. Clenching your teeth is common when you are trying to use all your strength.

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Referral to a Pediatric Dentist
Feb22

Referral to a Pediatric Dentist

Referral to a Pediatric Dentist. Most often than not, parents are not sure when they should first take their children to see the dentist.  According to the American Academy Of Pediatric Dentistry, parents should take their child in for a dental examination when the first tooth appears or no later than their child’s first birthday. Once a parent does decide to take their child for their first dental visit, the most common question...

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Snap on Smile
Feb21

Snap on Smile

Snap On Smile is a non-invasive way to gain improved cosmetics over a short period of time.  It is a removable dental appliance that is made of a crystallized acetyl-resin that is durable and stain resistant. The slightly flexible material allows the appliance to ‘snap’ over existing teeth without any alteration or drilling of existing teeth.

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Alternatives to Amalgam Fillings
Feb20

Alternatives to Amalgam Fillings

Alternatives to Amalgam Fillings. Dr. Paul with Dr. Zak Dental Care discusses alternatives to amalgam fillings. He speaks about direct composite restorations, indirect ceramic restorations and other alternatives to dental fillings.

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Sedation in Pediatric Dentistry
Feb20

Sedation in Pediatric Dentistry

Sedation in Pediatric Dentistry. One of the most common methods used to sedate children in dentistry is nitrous oxide also known as laughing gas. Nitrous oxide is used for its calming effect. It makes the patient feel more relaxed. You breathe in nitrous thru a mask that covers your nose. It takes a few minutes ti notice the effect.

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