The Role of 3D X-Rays and Imaging in Dentistry: How Your Dentist Uses This Technology

Posted on: 15 July 2016
Orthodontists and dentists alike have begun to use 3D ultrasonography and imaging to capture x-rays of patients' jaws and teeth. This provides dentists in all areas of oral and dental care with real-time insight into the potential problems patients may have in the future as well as the problems the patients currently have. For more information on how these images are taken and used in your dental and orthodontic treatments, the following is provided.
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Three Dental Treatments To Consider Getting With Dental Implants

Posted on: 28 June 2016
A dental implant is a great way to correct a smile and replace missing teeth. When getting a dental implant, it's important to consider how the changes in your mouth will impact other aspects of your dental health. Sometimes just getting an implant alone isn't enough. After the implant procedure has been completed, there are three additional treatments that you should consider getting. Each treatment will help lead to a healthier smile and great-looking mouth for years to come.
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2 Potential Treatments For Dental Concrescence

Posted on: 9 June 2016
Dental concrescence occurs when the roots of two neighboring teeth fuse together during development. Concrescence is different from fusion, in which the entire teeth fuse together, but can still pose problems for the affected teeth. The problems mainly arise when one tooth becomes damaged or infected and then poses a risk to the adjoined tooth. There are a couple of potential general or family dentistry treatments for dental concrescence that can help save both or at least one of the teeth in case of severe trauma or infection.
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Did Your Dental Crown Fall Out? Follow These 4 Steps

Posted on: 20 May 2016
You could be eating a meal and suddenly realize your tooth doesn't feel right to you. Chances are that your dental crown fell out unexpectedly, and now you don't know what to do. Thankfully, dental crowns can be saved and placed back into your mouth. Follow these 4 steps to know what you should do in this situation. Assess The Situation You will most likely feel or hear something that will make you stop chewing and think about what is loose in your mouth.
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