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More Ways to Wreck Your Gums & Lose Your Teeth by The Verigin Dental Health Team Doctor of Dentistry Posted Mon 05 Aug 2013 10:36am If you want to wreck your gums and lose your teeth, smoking is a darn good way to do it. How strong is the association between tobacco use and gum disease ? Although most studies report smoking to increase the risk of periodontal disease in the order of two- to six-fold, a study carried out in Northern Ireland suggested that the odds rat ... Read on »
Losing Teeth by Lynn Patient Expert Posted Sun 24 Jan 2010 12:00am Little Miss went to the dentist this past week.  $450 out of pocket, but that is not the story this time. Since she eats nothing, or next to nothing, by mouth, there is virtually ZERO risk of cavities.  We still get her teeth cleaned once a year to make sure all is well. Dr. Wonderful-Dentist  said “Her other front tooth (see pho ... Read on »
Losing Teeth by Lynn Patient Expert Posted Sun 24 Jan 2010 12:00am Little Miss went to the dentist this past week.  $450 out of pocket, but that is not the story this time. Since she eats nothing, or next to nothing, by mouth, there is virtually ZERO risk of cavities.  We still get her teeth cleaned once a year to make sure all is well. Dr. Wonderful-Dentist  said “Her other front tooth (see photo for ... Read on »
When will our children lose their milk teeth? by Emanuela .. Patient Expert Posted Sun 07 Sep 2008 8:02pm When will our children lose their milk teeth? We all have two sets of teeth, our milk teeth and our permanent teeth. Our first set are always much whiter than our second set which is why they have the name ‘milk’ teeth as they are the colour of milk. We normally have all our milk teeth by the age of three but at aro ... Read on »
5 Goodies Kids Should Avoid to Maintain a Healthy Set of Teeth by Beth F. Patient Expert Posted Mon 10 Sep 2012 12:14pm Written by Role Mommy Contributor, Jessica Donnovan. Parents want nothing less than the best for their kids. They do not want their kids to make the same mistakes that they did when they were younger. Parents get monstrous when another kid in school hits their baby. They curse the first boy that broke their little girl's heart. The ... Read on »
Creepy-Cool Image: A Child’s Skull with 2 Sets of Teeth by The Verigin Dental Health Team Doctor of Dentistry Posted Mon 12 Sep 2011 10:01am Ever wonder why you have two sets of teeth in your lifetime? The simple answer: When you’re an infant, your jaw is too small to hold the full set of adult teeth. “Baby teeth” (also known as “milk,” “primary” or “deciduous” teeth) serve as placeholders of a sort, guiding proper development of the oral cavity. Once jaw, skull and surrounding ... Read on »
The Right Set of Teeth ... by Invisalign topdentist Posted Tue 16 Jun 2009 12:20am The Right Set of Teeth Wear and tear of teeth takes place, as the days go by. The very popular concept of dental implant has caught everyone’s eye, as it’s a revolutionary method for supporting replacement of teeth. Dental implants are usually used as a stabilization method for the lower denture. Confidence of the wearer has consistently imp ... Read on »
The Right Set of Teeth by Invisalign topdentist Posted Wed 04 Nov 2009 10:04pm The Right Set of Teeth Wear and tear of teeth takes place, as the days go by. The very popular concept of dental implant has caught everyone’s eye, as it’s a revolutionary method for supporting replacement of teeth. Dental implants are usually used as a stabilization method for the lower denture. Confidence of the wearer has consistently imp ... Read on »
The Right Set of Teeth by Invisalign topdentist Posted Wed 04 Nov 2009 10:04pm The Right Set of Teeth Wear and tear of teeth takes place, as the days go by. The very popular concept of dental implant has caught everyone’s eye, as it’s a revolutionary method for supporting replacement of teeth. Dental implants are usually used as a stabilization method for the lower denture. Confidence of the wearer has consistently imp ... Read on »
Tooth Loss Dreams are in the Top Ten by Saundra G. Patient Expert Posted Tue 26 Aug 2008 4:31pm I love irony. One of my readers consistently dreams of her teeth falling out and asked me what it means. I've never dreamt about tooth loss, but I experienced it and wrote about the reality of tooth loss. While researching the question, I discovered Aisling Ireland's column, which is the most comprehensive explanation I found. So, without further ... Read on »