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What’s the Best Mouthwash?

What’s the Best Mouthwash?

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Walk down the dental aisle of any pharmacy and quickly you will be overwhelmed with choice. You’ll find mouthwashes for whiter teeth and a brighter smile to healthier gums and fresher breath – fads ebb and flow in the dental … Continue reading

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External and Internal Tooth Resorption

External and Internal Tooth Resorption

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In the last blog we touched upon a pathological dental process known as resorption. As discussed, resorption is a process in which tooth structure is ‘eaten away’ due to the body’s response when the tooth is subjected to trauma, an infection … Continue reading

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Tooth Resorption

Tooth Resorption

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Tooth resorption is a pathological dental condition in which the cells of the body attack and actually ‘eat away’ or dissolve tooth structure. It is a painless process. There are two types of resorption which can affect both the crown … Continue reading

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Acid Reflux and its Effects on the Oral Cavity – Part Three

Acid Reflux and its Effects on the Oral Cavity – Part Three

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It’s not only stomach acids that can be damaging to your teeth… In this blog we will look at how one’s diet, salivary flow and exercise can affect their teeth as well. Diet Consider the following: Acidic drinks i.e. citric … Continue reading

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Acid Reflux and its Effects on the Oral Cavity – Part One

Acid Reflux and its Effects on the Oral Cavity – Part One

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In a previous blog, we briefly touched on the effects of acid reflux and how it relates to sleep apnea: “Sleep Apnea, Gastro Esophageal Reflux Disorder and Laryngopharyngeal Reflux,” posted on Feb 12th, 2014. In this series, we will discuss: … Continue reading

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Can You see What I See? A Case Study

Can You see What I See? A Case Study

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In this blog we will look at some life-saving information that can be seen on a panorex. On the panorex we will be able identify calcified carotid artherosclerotic plaques often seen in patients who are at risk of stroke. Let’s … Continue reading

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Implant Supported Dentures – Part Three

Implant Supported Dentures – Part Three

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In this the last of our series on Implant Supported Dentures (ISD’s), we will discuss: 1) Ideal locations within the jaw to place the implant and other important facts related to implant location. 2) Time frame from placing the implants … Continue reading

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Dental Wellness Strategies – Part Two

Dental Wellness Strategies – Part Two

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Dental Wellness Strategies – Part One we acknowledged that it is important to ‘recharge’ from life’s day to day stresses…this will prevent deterioration of both your general and oral health. In this blog, we will continue our discussion of dental … Continue reading

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Medical Emergencies in the Dental Office – Part Four

Medical Emergencies in the Dental Office – Part Four

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Albuterol is a very well known essential drug found in the dental office emergency kit. You may know it better as Salbutamol – the ‘puffer’ or inhaler that is routinely used by individuals who suffer from asthma. Mechanism of Action … Continue reading

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Medical Emergencies in the Dental Office – Part Three

Medical Emergencies in the Dental Office – Part Three

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Antihistamines are also considered an essential drug in the dental office. Diphenhydramine, also known as Benadryl, is an antihistamine used by many individuals. It is the typical antihistamine which one would take for mild allergic reactions i.e. hives, itching, rash. … Continue reading

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