Dental Injuries During Sport: 5 Mistakes People Make
29 July 2015
For certain types of sport, dental injuries are unfortunately rather common. In fact, according to the American Dental Association, 13 to 39% of all dental injuries occur during sport. If you or another player suffers a dental injury during a match, it's vital that you take the right action. Learn how to take care of a damaged tooth in this situation, and avoid the five following dental injury errors.
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Why Dentists Recommend Cone Beam CT Scans
15 July 2015
Dental cone beam computed tomography (CT) is a special imaging procedure that is increasingly popular with dentists and orthodontists. Dental cone beam CT scans offer several benefits over other imaging techniques, allowing dentists to accurately diagnose and deal with a range of conditions. Learn more about how cone beam CT scans work, and find out why this technology is so beneficial in modern dentistry.
How cone beam CT scans work
4 Tasty Breakfast Recipes That Will Keep Your Teeth White Between Dental Visits
1 July 2015
When it comes to keeping your teeth white between dental visits, you don't have to resort to expensive chemical-laden treatments that are found aplenty on store shelves. Instead, put nature to work for you and maintain a shining smile with the help of simple, fresh foods that you may already have in your kitchen. Here are four tasty breakfast recipes to try that will keep your teeth fresh and white all year long:
Leukoplakia: Causes, Treatments And Prevention
16 June 2015
If you've noticed some odd different colored patches in your mouth, you may be wondering what exactly they could be. Particularly if you're a smoker or tobacco chewer, the sudden appearance of these patches may have you worried. What you may have is a condition called leukoplakia. Although leukoplakia is usually not serious, it can be a sign of something more serious. Here you can learn what leukoplakia is, what causes it, how you can remedy it and what preventative measures you can take to ensure it doesn't reappear as often.