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How to Make Teeth Discoloration Become White

There are two types of teeth discoloration. Extrinsic teeth stains are discoloration that are caused by external factors such as smoking, drinking and aging. The dirt or discoloration is on the teeth enamel. This means that the original tooth is okay and with removal of the dirt, the teeth should be back to normal. If the extrinsic stains are mild, you can remove them by simple dental processes such as brushing your teeth or...

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The Necessary Things of Dental Implants You Should Know

Dental implants was a breath of fresh air as well as a source of relief to subscribers of the dental community. At first, let us know what is a dental implant? As told by the Academy of General Dentistry, a dental implant is an artificial tooth “root” artificially placed in your mouth to support a dental prosthesis such as a crown, denture or bridge. It is made from titanium metal and it fuses around the jawbone serving as a root for...

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What Features does a Dental Compressor Need to Have

Nowadays, the dental air compressor is most likely not your main concern when going to the dentist for your yearly check. But studies have shown that the air that your dentist uses to blow dry your teeth isn’t always very healthy for you.  A whole range of oil-free compressors is available on the market. Oil-free compressors have the big advantage that they are 100% oil-free, so there is zero chance of oil in the compressed air...

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How We Choose Good Endodontic Instruments

Currently, there is a large number of endodontic motor instruments and instrumentation techniques on the market and being used today. Usually, when there are so many instruments and techniques to do the same job, it tells us that no single technique or instrument has found the answer to accomplishing the task in the easiest, most favorable way when compared to the others. We can choose from hand instrumentation, rotary or reciprocal...

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The Benefits of Efficient Air Compressors

Standard dental air compressors are not suitable for this purpose because they may not meet health and safety standards. Dental firms can choose from an array of models designed for small, medium, and large practices with a variety of features. Like other dentist equipment in the practice, a dental air compressor can be subject to inspection by health department officials to confirm it is safe for use with patients. Studies have...

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What Should You Know Before Buying One Dental Curing Light

Dental curing lights are used primarily in the dental industry, where they are used in fillings, sealants, and adhesives for various dental procedures. It is used for the polymerization of light-cured resin-based materials. In the contemporary world of dentistry, curing lights have become an integral part of all specialties and dental practices. In the dental field, a curing light can use ultraviolet or visible light, depending on...

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The Tips for Choosing Dental Equipment

If you have a dental practice, you will need to purchase essential dental equipment. Before making any final decisions and purchasing dental equipment for sale, do as much research as possible on your own first. Doing so will help you understand all that the market has to offer and what your options are. Many different kinds of equipment are necessary for running a dental clinic. The equipment you choose will play a vital role in the...

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A Research about the General Level of Oral Health

The Adult Dental Health Survey found the proportion of adults in England with visible decay has fallen by a fifth since the last survey in 1998. The survey also showed the proportion of adults who had no natural teeth has also fallen in the last 30 years, by almost a quarter in England and by more than a third in Northern Ireland and Wales. Chief Executive of the British Dental Health Foundation, Dr Nigel Carter, was pleased by the...

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Some Information about Conventional Periapical Radiographs

Periapical radiographs are not always accurate in assessing the spatial relationship between the root and their surrounding anatomical structures such as periradicular lesions, and the location, nature and shape of structures within the root ( for e.g. root resorption).In cases of surgical planning, the accurate establishment of the diagnostic information in the missing “third dimension” is of particular importance .Periapical...

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Sample News Item 3

This is a sample news item. To add a new item: Open your dashboard Click ‘News Articles’ Click Add New Write your article In the ‘Categories’ section click ‘General News’ Click Publish Hey Presto, it will appear in this list  

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