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I started a series with my last blog about the properties of the ideal hand sharpener. I discussed the hardness of the sharpener and its ability to break down during use. This controlled wearing down of the sharpener creates a fresh sharpening surface for each stroke. The result of this is a more efficient sharpener.
In future blogs, I’ll touch on other properties and benefits of the ideal hand dental instrument sharpener. Before we…Continue
Added by Richard L. Pascoe DDS MS on May 23, 2016 at 12:22pm — No Comments
There are several properties to look for in a dental instrument sharpener that help make the sharpening task simple and efficient. One is the sharpeners tendency to resist a phenomenon called “Loading”. You may have experienced this. Have you used a new sharpener that works great for a short while then becomes inefficient, making it more and more difficult to get a good, sharp edge? This is most likely the result of loading.
Loading occurs when fine…Continue
Added by Richard L. Pascoe DDS MS on May 16, 2016 at 1:42pm — No Comments
After three months of use, your toothbrush becomes a breeding ground for germs and bacteria. Yes, your toothbrush is a shelter for 10 million germs and other tiny microorganisms. Its bristles worn out and less effective at removing plaque from your teeth and gums. Furthermore, the bristles cannot get into all the nooks and crannies of your mouth as they become dull and out of place.
You should know that using a toothbrush more than three months exposes you to dental problems such as…Continue
Added by Kelly Houtchens on May 11, 2016 at 10:12am — No Comments
Dental implants aren't just a cosmetic treatment. If you're missing teeth, implants are one of the best options to preserve your oral health. With medical advancements in the past decades, you can get your smile perfected in days!…Continue
Added by Mark Silberg on May 9, 2016 at 2:30am — No Comments