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The Dental Operating Microscope Prevents Procedural Errors in Challenging Teeth by Dr. Jason Hales Doctor of Dentistry Posted Tue 05 Jun 2012 9:49am In case you are a new reader, it merits repeating that the dental operating microscope is the most valuable tool available for providing endodontic care.  The light and magnification provided are critical to success.  With this post, I will present two recent cases where two different clinicians had difficulty locating canal anatomy and perforate ... Read on »
Treatment for Missing Teeth by Dr. Lawrence Kindo Posted Wed 07 Nov 2012 10:07pm Dental Implants are artificial “root devices” that are attached by a periodontist into the jaw to support a replacement tooth and are commonly manufactured from titanium material. Dental implants are used primarily used to replace tooth loss or teeth as they are formed to resemble the appearance of a real tooth or set ... Read on »
Remote Area Medical Holds Free Healthcare Clinic in Union County Tennessee by Medical Quack Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Sun 15 Nov 2009 10:01pm I think we all remember when Remote Area Medical came to Los Angeles.  I was busy here posting updates on the free 8 day medical clinic that was held at The Forum.   Tennessee is the only state that allows doctors to cross state lines, thus of course it is a popular location for the clinics.  Insured and uninsured are driving from as far away as ... Read on »
Quest for an Elusive Grain by culturedcook Posted Mon 18 Mar 2013 12:16pm Hato Mugi with Chopped Veggies Whenever I find an oddball ingredient, I get excited. Especially if it’s a hard-to-find oddity (at least in our cuisine). And if it’s a gluten-free whole grain I’ve never tried before, well … that’s the ultimate oddity. Enter Job’s tears, or — as it’s called in its native Asian lands — hato mugi. Sometimes ... Read on »
Croutons: From Instant to Elegant by culturedcook Posted Mon 14 Apr 2014 3:37pm Roasted Peppers, Olives & Mixed Greens with Homemade Cracker Croutons Nothing tops off salad like crunchy croutons! In this toss-together salad, croutons add visual appeal plus textural contrast to smooth roasted peppers and tooth-tender olives. They’re the ultimate salad accessory. Store-bought croutons, however, tend to contain a list ... Read on »
This, Not That, Follow up by Dr. Jason Hales Doctor of Dentistry Posted Wed 21 Dec 2011 10:16am I realize that my last post was a little short. It was meant for the reader to contrast two root canal treatments on maxillary second molars and draw conclusions about differences. The obvious, and most important difference, is the treatment of 4 canals in the first case. Here is the preoperative radiograph again: History: ... Read on »
What causes tooth decay? by pathologystudent Posted Mon 10 Jan 2011 10:06am Okay, everyone knows that sugary foods cause tooth decay. But how? Well, it’s an interesting story. First, a note on tooth anatomy. Enamel, the outermost covering of the tooth, is made up almost entirely (96%) of minerals. The most abundant mineral, by the way, is hydroxyapatite (a complex molecule made up of calcium and phosphat ... Read on »
Teeth Whitening Bleach by michellelondon Posted Tue 07 Jul 2009 1:37am If you have the most people, we can say that the objective, the smile, the better - on the shelf solutions for teeth whitening in the business to comply. Go cheap tooth whitening if you have less spending money, but still want the benefits of white teeth. To learn more about affordable ways that you know at home, immediately. There are few profita ... Read on »
New Endodontic Diagnosis Terminology by Dr. Jason Hales Doctor of Dentistry Posted Mon 25 Aug 2008 7:02pm Endodontic diagnosis can be very confusing. Much of this confusion comes from differences in diagnostic terminology. The diagnostic terminology used from school to school is different. Even endodontic textbooks fail to create a systematic approach to endodontic terminology. The American Board of (ABE), the organization which oversees the boar ... Read on »
A question about bravery, and teeth by Stephanie Butland Posted Tue 19 Jan 2010 1:19pm Imagine that you've been having problems with a tooth since 24 November. Imagine that, because your mouth is still painful and vulnerable and tender, an extraction under local anaesthetic proves impossible. Imagine that sedation isn't an option, because the last time you had it you fought like the devil while you were under and ended up hav ... Read on »