Laser Treatment in Dentistry

Lasers have been used in dentistry since 1994 to treat a number of dental problems.    to expose partially erupted wisdom teeth    to manage gum tissue during impression for crowns    to remove overgrown tissue caused by certain medication    to perform biopsy procedures    to reduce and heal inflamed gum tissue    to speed up tooth whitening procedures    to replace the need to use drill or anesthesia in some procedures    to reduce...

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Composite Restorations vs. Amalgam Restorations

You dentist will decide what type of tooth restoration to apply. Whether you agree with the use of amalgam or not, what is true is that amalgam restorations release mercury into the human body, that aging amalgam restorations cause fractures in the teeth they are placed and extensive amounts of tooth structure whether decayed or not must be removed in order to guarantee the retention and strength of the...

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Composite Bonding for Anterior Teeth

Composite Bonding is the dental procedure to restore  small cavities and damaged tooth structure. By utilizing composite bonding, abrasions, cracks, chips, discoloration, gapped and sometimes misaligned teeth can be given a more desirable and enhanced looked.

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Porcelain Materials

New porcelain materials for fabricating crowns, veneers and inlays are very strong, and allow  to bond the restoration to the tooth more like a fusion of two objects to provides superior  strength , fracture resistance and retention.

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Fixed and Removable Implant Restorations

Hybrid Prosthesis or fixed-detachable prosthesis is a combination of an implant-supported overdenture and an implant supported fixed bridge.

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Digital Radiography in Dentistry

Dentists use digital radiography in their work thanks to its benefits. Benefits of digital radiography for the dentist’s office include improved comfort of intra-oral (photos taken inside the mouth) X-rays, and less cranial exposure to radiation

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