New Developments in Cosmetic Dentistry

Some of the newest developments in cosmetic dentistry involve successfully combining existing tools and techniques to produce a better, faster result. What is the latest development in cosmetic dentistry that you are practicing? Dr. John Vitale: I think the latest development…
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Oral Health During Pregnancy

Pregnant women are at a higher risk for developing gum disease and should visit their dentist for regular cleanings to get checked and to maintain good oral health. Is it necessary to tell your dentist if you are pregnant before…
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Digital X-Rays Improve Patient Care

One of the biggest benefits of using digital x-rays is the fact that patients love advances in medicine and dentistry. When presented with an analog x-ray or a picture that flashes on your screen immediately, it certainly impacts the way…
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Digital X-Rays

Digital x-ray technology benefits both the dentist and the patient. Dentists can use the digital x-ray software to enhance images to allow them to diagnose patients more effectively and efficiently and the patient is exposed to much less radiation. What…
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Tips to Prevent Periodontal Disease

The best thing you can do to prevent periodontal disease is keep your mouth spotlessly clean at all times. That would mean flossing, brushing, rinsing, using a Waterpik or any instrument that would enable you to keep your mouth free…
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Periodontal Disease

Periodontal disease is an infection of the gum tissue and bone with symptoms such as teeth movement and bleeding gums. Early detection is important and treatment by a dentist or periodontist can stop the disease from progressing. How do you…
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Common Causes of Chronic Bad Breath

Chronic bad breath, also known as halitosis, can be caused by a number of different factors. One of the first reasons my be dry mouth. You need saliva to moisten and cleanse our mouths. Dry mouth, or insufficient saliva would…
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Causes of Bad Breath

Bad breath is caused by a variety of factors including dry mouth, infection, allergies to medication and periodontal disease. If you brush and floss regularly and still have bad breath you should see a dentist to help determine the cause.…
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