Today, 3D printing at your local dentist has itself been enhanced and made more strategically available to dentist and their patient’s all across the country.
The December 2021 report published by the NIH highlights what is the culmination of 20 years’ worth of research. The research “underscores the ways in which a broad array of health and human concerns are related, emphasizing especially the...
Periodontal disease progresses over time when you don’t clean your teeth, floss and visit your dentist for bi-annual dental checkups.
Comprehensive dental care requires trust between a patient and their dentist, as well as a long-term commitment to be consistent and diligent in their oral care.
A crown is recommended when the tooth is severely damaged or decayed. It is more expensive than a filling & require the dentist to take impressions of your teeth.
Last month, the President of the American Dental Association (ADA), Daniel J. Klammedson D.D.S., M.D., made sure to speak up on behalf of the ADA to let the dental community know where they stand on vaccination and vaccine mandates.
SmileCon in Las Vegas, NV aims to help peers increase their skills by providing a lineup of courses. The SmileCon courses for 2021 aims to focus on the whole of the body instead of just your oral health.
There has been substantial research on the correlation between oral health and diseases such as diabetes mellitus, rheumatoid arthritis, kidney disease…
The difference between Invisalign in-office, by your local dentist vs direct-to-consumer clear aligners are vast. The difference in dollar value, if not done correctly, could mean you can end up spending thousands more than you originally had to...
“3D printing is putting more tools into the orthodontists’ hands. … It changes the practice dramatically because you have a faster turnover time and you have more freedom of movement versus working with an intermediary.”
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The removal of a tooth is an invasive procedure, that involves removing the entire tooth along with its roots. Once the tooth has successfully been extracted, your dentist or oral surgeon will ensure that there are no fragments of tooth left.