Bone Disorders That May Complicate Dental Implant Treatment

Posted on: 19 February 2019

In order for you to reap the benefits of your dental implant treatment, your dentist will need to ensure that your jaw bones are healthy enough to sustain the implantation of the titanium rods used for the implants. Certain bone diseases can make your dental implant procedure risky, so be sure to let your oral surgeon know if you have any of the following conditions: Osteonecrosis Of The Jaw A rare condition known as osteonecrosis of the jaw can cause jaw bone exposure, pain when opening and closing your mouth, swelling of the soft tissue inside your mouth, and oral infections that produce pus.
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Understanding The Difference Between Straight And Conical Implant Devices

Posted on: 22 January 2019

Dental implants are made with root devices that are secured in the jaw. These roots are typically solid devices that look like screws, and they are constructed in different shapes. The most common are the straight and the conical roots. Keep reading to learn about them, what they look like, and when they are most often used. Straight Root Devices Straight dental implant roots have a straight structure that is the same diameter from the top to the bottom.
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Why Training Toothpaste Is The Best Option For Toddlers

Posted on: 20 December 2018

When you have a child, one of the exiting moments for you will be when that child's first tooth erupts. At first you will only be able to feel it, but soon you will see it. Your child will then develop more teeth as he or she ages, and you, as the parent, will need to make sure you keep these teeth clean. Dentists often recommend using just water and a toothbrush for infants, but kids can begin using training toothpaste when they are a little older, and here are several things to understand about the use of training toothpaste.
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When Is A Child's Tooth Problem An Emergency?

Posted on: 16 November 2018

Why does it seem like children always get sick or injured on the weekend? It's no different with dental problems. How do you really know what constitutes an emergency? Here's what you should know. Many Dental Emergencies Involve An Injury Children can be incredibly clumsy and awkward, especially when they are really little. They trip and fall a lot but haven't yet developed the skills to catch their fall. Older kids do a lot of roughhousing.
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