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Use of Porcelain veneers in restoring your Oral Health…Continue
Added by Ashlea Drakeford on February 24, 2016 at 9:10am — No Comments
How to Get and Retain a Better Smile
A first impression is very hard to get off your mind. It is, therefore, important to work on your smile. A bright and cheerful smile makes you to look younger and more attractive. According to research carried out, an attractive smile can make a person more appealing. Working on your smile does not only benefit the body, but, rather, it benefits the whole body. The mouth is the gateway…Continue
Added by Ashlea Drakeford on February 22, 2016 at 11:03pm — No Comments
Up to this point I have posted several blogs concerning the periodontal assessment. We’ve talked about periodontal charting, the evaluation of radiographs, the assessment of local factors, etc. I like to refer to the accumulation of this information as the science of the periodontal assessment. It is black or white. A 5 millimeter pocket is a 5 millimeter pocket. A class 2 furcation exposure is a class 2 furcation exposure. The exam…Continue
Added by Richard L. Pascoe DDS MS on February 17, 2016 at 10:18am — No Comments
Invisalign isn’t just for the vain--it’s for almost anyone who wants straight teeth (except severe cases). Since Invisalign blazed on the orthodontic scene in 1997, over two million people have taken advantage of the opportunity. So what’s all the hype about?…Continue
Added by Ashlea Drakeford on February 12, 2016 at 11:30am — No Comments
Tips That Can Help To Control Tartar.
Despite the care taken for your oral hygiene, there is still bacteria living in your mouth. Tartar results from the accumulation of plaque, which is commonly formed from a mix of proteins and other food byproducts. These food acids can really damage the enamel thus leading to teeth cavities. They can also lead to gum infection. One of the major ways of preventing permanent tooth decay is…Continue
Added by Ashlea Drakeford on February 12, 2016 at 6:30am — No Comments
Our periodontal evaluation needs to include an evaluation of the inflammatory response. This is an interesting subject because inflammation is both good and bad. Inflammation can martial the forces, so to speak, that attack and destroy invading bacteria. Inflammation can clean up diseased and dead tissue.
On the other hand, inflammation also destroys healthy tissue, a sort of collateral damage. Actually, there is a benefit to…Continue
Added by Richard L. Pascoe DDS MS on February 1, 2016 at 2:11pm — No Comments