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Knocked Out Teeth - What To Do

Knocked Out Teeth – What To Do

How do you, as a non-medical person, handle “Knocked Out Teeth?” Knocked out teeth are technically called avulsed teeth, which simply means that trauma caused total avulsion of the tooth. This happens primarily in the front (anterior) on the upper (maxillary) arch of an adult. It most certainly can happen on...

Dental bonding

Bonding

Dental Bonding What Exactly is Dental Bonding? Dental Bonding is considered to be  both restorative and cosmetic dentistry which rebuilds the tooth by bonding or adhering tooth-colored composite resin to the tooth. Dental bonding replaces small chips in a tooth, or even large areas where a significant amount of tooth...

Preventative Dentistry News

Periodontitis

Periodontitis

Periodontitis Periodontitis is sometimes and improperly called pyorrhea. Periodontitis is much more advanced than gingivitis and should be taken very seriously by the patient since destructive and permanent damage is beginning to occur.  Periodontitis is the destruction of any or all of the parts of the periodontium, which is the...

Gingivitis

Gingivitis

Gingivitis 75% of People have Gingivitis Gingivitis is the most common disease known to mankind, worldwide. “Itis” means inflammation, and “gingi” is short for gingiva which means gums. So gingivitis simply means inflammation of the gums, and is the mildest form of periodontal disease, yet it is considered the precursor...

Other Dentistry News

Knocked Out Teeth - What To Do

Knocked Out Teeth – What To Do

How do you, as a non-medical person, handle “Knocked Out Teeth?” Knocked out teeth are technically called avulsed teeth, which simply means that trauma caused total avulsion of the tooth. This happens primarily in the front (anterior) on the upper (maxillary) arch of an adult. It most certainly can happen on...

Dental bonding

Bonding

Dental Bonding What Exactly is Dental Bonding? Dental Bonding is considered to be  both restorative and cosmetic dentistry which rebuilds the tooth by bonding or adhering tooth-colored composite resin to the tooth. Dental bonding replaces small chips in a tooth, or even large areas where a significant amount of tooth...