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Wisdom Teeth Removal: Good Idea Or Not?

Wisdom Teeth Removal: Good Idea Or Not?

Wisdom teeth removal is everyone’s rite of passage into adulthood. They start to form deep inside the jaw at age twelve and finish forming around age 21. They are the last teeth to erupt in the mouth around age 16 to 18. You can have anywhere from 0 to 4 wisdom teeth,...

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How to Take Care of Dentures

How to Take Care of Dentures

Taking care of your dentures is important to keep them free from bacteria and staining. This is true regardless of what type of denture you may have, be it full or partial or implant based.   Dentures are nonporous. Routine scrubbing can rub off the outer...

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Innovative 3D X Ray Machine KaVo OP 3D

Innovative 3D X Ray Machine KaVo OP 3D

I want to introduce the Kavo OP 3D x-ray unit. It can scan the mouth and convert it into a 3D model, which can be viewed from all angles on a screen, or it can even be 3D printed if desired. This technology is highly accurate, and nothing is left hidden or to chance....

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June Is Men’s Health Month

June Is Men’s Health Month

There has always been a discrepancy between the life expectancy of men and women. I always thought it had to do with men's genetics and physiology. I think perhaps there is a different reason. When I ask my male patients to schedule, they often tell me that they need...

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Dentistry on Children With Autism

Dentistry on Children With Autism

There are several theories regarding the cause of Autism, such as a theory that Autism has genetic or environmental links. This has led parents to seek traditional and alternative therapies for treatment. Many parents of these children have concerns regarding...

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How Oral Health Affects Overall Health

How Oral Health Affects Overall Health

You know how important your oral health is. If you don’t, you should know that it’s very important! Why? Because your oral hygiene directly affects your eating habits, drinking habits, and even your sleeping habits.  For example, if you don’t maintain a pristine...

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5 Signs You Might Have Gum Disease

5 Signs You Might Have Gum Disease

The easiest way to ward off gum disease is by maintaining good oral hygiene. To do this, you should brush your teeth twice a day (in the morning and evening), floss daily, and visit your dentist regularly.  However, if you experience any of the following signs,...

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