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Nutrition and Dental Health, Part II -Celiac Disease and Dental Abnormalities by Carolyn C. Healthy Living ProfessionalHealth Maven Posted Wed 25 Feb 2009 4:49pm In my last blog I discussed the importance of nutrition for dental health and how poor eating habits can harm your teeth. Certain conditions such as celiac disease can also negatively impact oral health -particularly when they go undiagnosed. Celiac disease, which affects approximately 1% of the US population (or 1 in 133 persons) is an au ... Read on »
Porcelain Veneers: Instant Braces. by Just Ask Posted Tue 21 Feb 2012 10:04am Hi, how is your 2012 so far? Mine is great! I am pleased to share with you my 2012 first article that has just been published. The magazine is available in bookstores since 17 feb. Please feel free to email me your feedback and questions. Some called it “Instant Braces”. Are you suitable? Recently, one of my clients showed me a pho ... Read on »
Veneers Instead of Braces? Seems the Push Is On by The Verigin Dental Health Team Doctor of Dentistry Posted Wed 22 Feb 2012 10:00am Lately, we’ve been seeing a lot more tweets like this one: Veneers are a cosmetic treatment. They may be done for practical reasons – to restore a chipped or discolored tooth, say – but their main purpose is to improve appearance. Braces and other orthodontic treatments improve appearance, too, but that’s not ... Read on »
The Frustration Machine by Wheelchair Kamikaze Patient Expert Posted Sun 05 Dec 2010 11:09pm Image via Wikipedia I recently posted a piece titled "Surfing an Emotional Tsunami", in which I talked about the overwhelming torrent of emotion that comes bundled in the Multiple Sclerosis package ( click here ) . One astute reader commented that I had left out a very important feeling that he often saw his MS stricken wife struggle wi ... Read on »
Are Veneer Or We Far? Your Porcelain Guide Is Here by Ritu R. Posted Mon 24 Oct 2011 11:46pm 99 porcelain veneers on the wall, 99 porcelain veneeeers…… take one down and pass it around, 98 porcelain veneers on the wall! Yikes! This song makes no sense whatsoever. You can’t put porcelain veneers on a wall. They go on your TEETH. And for a lot of people, veneers have given them the smile they’ve always wanted.   Lu ... Read on »
The Aesthetically Perfect Smile by Mike V. Healthy Living Professional Posted Thu 06 Nov 2008 11:40pm The “Hollywood Smile” is a media ideal dating back to the early 1900’s. Teeth were in such disrepair that people would not smile for photographs. The only smiles seen were created in published media as cartoons. Artists depicted teeth as solid white areas with the upper and lower teeth separated by a curved line following the lower lip. The curv ... Read on »
Communication Tips You Must Know to Improve Case Acceptance – Part II by Cory K. Patient Expert Posted Sun 16 Oct 2011 9:05pm The following is a guest post by Debbie Seidel-Bittke. If you are interested in guest posting for Dental Heroes, please sign up here . In Part 1 of Communication Tips You Must Know to Improve Case Acceptance , we talked about the advances in technology and our knowledge of the current evidence-based science, regarding the oral health and sy ... Read on »
Age Change #3--Crooked Teeth by Dr. Thomas Gibbs Doctor of Dentistry Posted Thu 11 Sep 2008 5:53pm Why-- €”Over time teeth change positions far more than most people realize €”the changes occur slowly! Fewer than 10% of us have teeth in the same position in our fifties as we did in our twenties. Typically teeth want to more forward which often results in crowding of the front teeth. If bone loss or gum disease is present the teeth ma ... Read on »
General Dentistry vs. Cosmetic Dentistry by Randall LaFrom Posted Wed 04 Nov 2009 10:07pm Cosmetic dentistry can be considered a specialized field. It differs from general dentistry in certain ways. In general dentistry, the main focus is on the general welfare of your teeth. This involves treatment of various dental diseases and maintenance of oral health and hygiene. Cosmetic dentistry involves certain procedures, which are targ ... Read on »
Choose Invisalign and Avail Your Most Attractive Smile by Richard Wells Facebook Posted Thu 20 Feb 2014 8:52am Overcrowded, misaligned or spaced out teeth are not only responsible for imperfect smile but also for various gum diseases and tooth decay. By deciding to go for teeth straightening, you can protect your overall health and enhance your facial beauty. Properly aligned teeth allow the gums to sit securely around them. Consequently, periodontal dise ... Read on »