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Aug

2015

Overview of Dental Amalgam?

Dental amalgam is a material that has for more than 150 years been used to fill cavities resulting from tooth decay. It is regarded as one of the safest and least expensive filling materials, and has been used on millions of patients from around the world with relative success. Dental amalgam is also known as silver fillings because of its silver-like appearance and contains liquid (elemental) mercury. Read on to find more about this important filling material. 
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Jul

2015

What is Denture Hypersalivation?

Since a denture is a foreign object in the mouth, it is not unusual for first-time denture wearers to develop an excessive flow of saliva, or hyper salivation. This reaction is considered normal, and reduces after a while as your mouth becomes accustomed to the dentures. Hyper salivation, also known as Sialorrhoea, occurs when the soft tissues respond to the presence of an artificial object in the mouth by changing the size and shape of Gingiva. Whenever you put something in your mouth, the brain automatically increases saliva production thinking that there is food in the mouth.
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Jul

2015

How To Attach A Crown Implant?

Dental implant surgery is one of the most popular and commonly performed cosmetic surgery procedures. It has continued to evolve since it was introduced into the health community over 20 years ago and involves the surgical placement of an implant to replace the natural tooth root. Once this is done, the restoration crown (part of implant system that looks like natural tooth) is attached to the implant post.
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15

Jul

2015

Three Types of Denture Fit

Depending on the condition of your dental health, you may need to wear dentures at one time to improve your smile, help you eat, or protect your gums. While you may think that wearing dentures is a straightforward thing, getting them to fit is actually a rather intricate process that consists of three different types of fit.
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8

Jul

2015

What are my options for Loose Dentures?

Full denture wearers often experience loose dentures, especially if they've worn them for a long time. The denture tends to become loose over time irrespective of how perfect the fit was. This is because your jawbones shrink with age, like all your other bones, causing the shape of your mouth to change and your denture to loosen. Upper dentures usually fit better and are less problematic compared to lower dentures, owing to their larger surface area to rest and offer suction.
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