The last type of resorption that we’ll discuss is that which occurs during orthodontic tooth movement. Root resorption or ‘shortening of the roots’ occurs in nearly all cases of orthodontics, but is so insignificant that it may not be possible … Continue readingRead more
In the last blog we touched on some pertinent diagnostic features that we are able to see from a two dimensional panoramic x ray. We will continue this discussion in this blog. A panorex enables one to: 1) Identify fractures … Continue readingRead more
This is the last in our series of blogs on Composite filling material. It may be a good time to re-read the first two issues. In this blog we will look at the disadvantages of composite filling material. Here we … Continue readingRead more
It’s perfectly normal for people to be concerned about the cleanliness and sterilization procedures that are taken when they visit their local dentist…and that the steps taken to maintain the highest level of patient care are followed. While the risk … Continue readingRead more
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Dr Axelrad and Staff