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  • Bubbles 5:43 am on November 10, 2011 Permalink  

    What is Teeth Bleaching? 

    Ever asked yourself “what is teeth bleaching?” as the name suggests is the process of brightening teeth or whitening teeth using a bleaching gel. With age or with excessive usage of alcohol, nicotine, red-coloured liquids results in the darkening of our naturally white teeth and this is where dental bleaching comes into the picture. Teeth bleaching is a non-inclusive procedure and can be easily undertaken.

    Check out this forum post on teeth whitening with braces.

    Bleaching teeth is only effective in the case of natural teeth and does not work on crowns, implants, dentures, etc. the process of teeth whitening is conducted using a bleaching gel which has active oxygen. This component dissolves the colouring agents present on the surface of the teeth and results in the whitening of the teeth. The process of brightening teeth begins with the application of a rubber compound to the gums prevent any abrasions. Next the bleaching gel is applied to the teeth for a defined exposure period, which results in visible teeth whitening. A professional dental bleaching should be done every alternate year, depending on personal dental habits and the extent of professional dental help that the teeth are exposed to.

  • Bubbles 5:48 pm on September 29, 2011 Permalink  

    dental marketing 

    Awesome dental marketing information i really like it.i have many dental problem .its a very good place where dentist and patient can connect.i wll share it to my friends. Dental problems are increasing now a days, but we don’t have to worry we got this social network for dental health where we can find information about dental health.

  • Bubbles 11:33 pm on September 22, 2011 Permalink  

    Dental Oral Health 

    What is dental oral health? Wondering about dental health? The term “dental health” may seem very vague and colossal in nature, something not easily understood. Yet, the fact is that ensuring dental hygiene and health are part of your day to day routine. Common oral health dental practices include tooth brushing, flossing, mouth washing, gurgling, oil pulling and massaging the gums to name a few. These practices put together form a good checklist for you to maintain dental hygiene and health. Dental health needs to be fostered by taking utmost care that includes proper oral hygiene. In order to ensure oral hygiene, you need to take appropriate measures to keep the teeth and tongue clean, prevent plaque formation, resist bad breath and also prevent infections due to unhealthy habits.

  • Bubbles 7:47 pm on September 20, 2011 Permalink  

    Tooth Number 

    The four incisors have a designated tooth number; in either jaw are present the canines, one on each side of the incisor group. These are useful for tearing into the food. You could have noticed that people use these canines to tear into meat and other materials that require to be torn before they can be chewed. Following the canines are the pre-molars which are present before the molars and initiate the chewing process. After the pre-molars there are a total of twelve molars in the lower and upper jaw that help to grind the food. The third molar tooth is also called the wisdom tooth and erupts much later, roughly when a person reaches adult hood between 16 and 25 years of age. Tooth Numbers. Tooth numbers and tooth numbering is relatively easy to understand. The arrangement of teeth in the jaws is symmetric from the centre. Hence, teeth are usually identified and numbered in pairs.

  • Bubbles 1:49 pm on September 12, 2011 Permalink  

    what is a sugar daddy 

    Sugar daddy is quite a funny video which brings laughter. As we know that laughing is good for health. So watching this what is a sugar daddy video can keep away our stress and anxieties. Watching this video provided me a great refreshment. Mainly the cartoon part, sugar daddy which is like an old man is the heart of the clip. His appearance and the way what he is saying looks quite funny and amazing. Watching this video reminded me of my childhood days of watching cartoons. Very enjoyable video.

  • Bubbles 9:58 pm on September 4, 2011 Permalink  

    Dental Implant Videos 

    Check the dental implant videos for more informational videos about dentistry. Fissure is a medical term with different meanings; in dentistry, it is understood as a groove in a tooth-so called fissure. Our teeth are consisting of humps and vales. The structure is the same with every person; sometimes the chewing surfaces of the teeth differentiate in tiny details. That´s why some people catches cavity more easily than other people. Thereby it´s useful that the dentist examines the fissure and seals it if needed so no cavity can occur. More about this topic in the video fissure sealing.

  • Bubbles 9:13 pm on September 4, 2011 Permalink  

    About Wisdom Teeth 

    Removing about wisdom teeth is a common practice across the world. They are usually extracted when they have become impacted; that is they are angled or not completely formed or if they pose to be problematic if not extracted. For example, wisdom teeth may be completely encased in the jaw bone as in bony impaction or might still be trapped under the gums as is the case in soft impaction. In both these cases, they could lead to a number of problems later on. Some cysts and tumors may also form around the wisdom teeth in many cases. This adds to the complications. In other cases, any debris or food particle present near the site of wisdom tooth eruption could lead to infections and medical complications. The other reason for removing wisdom teeth is the fact that they rub with the cheek and tongue increasing pain. Malocclusion is a condition which results due to over crowding of teeth in the jaw. This condition is also commonly caused when the wisdom teeth erupt. After wisdom teeth removal.

  • Bubbles 12:20 pm on August 18, 2011 Permalink  

    Tooth Picture 

    Check the tooth picture – there are a total of four incisor teeth in each jaw. The first incisor on each side of the median line is called the central incisor and the one next to it is called the lateral incisor. These two teeth are present on either sides of the median line and hence together sum up to eight incisor teeth in both jaws. After the incisors, a canine tooth is present one on each side in both jaws. Hence, there are a total of four canines in the human dental arrangement. After the canine, the first pre-molar tooth is present. The tooth present after the first pre-molar is called the second pre-molar. There are a total of eight pre-molars in both jaws. The first and second molar teeth follow the pre-molars on either sides of the jaw. After the second molar is the third molar also called the wisdom tooth. In total, there are twelve molars in the teeth.

  • Bubbles 3:54 pm on August 17, 2011 Permalink  

    Dental Health. Dental hygiene and healthare quite inter-related to each other. As a matter of fact, a number of diseases including bacterial, viral and fungal infections can be transmitted when proper oral hygiene habits are not followed. The food substances we consume, the fluids and water that we ingest are all potential sources of infection. The mouth in itself is infested by a number of microbes and bacteria to begin with. Proper dental hygiene ensures that the teeth and mouth are kept clean and prevent s harmful action of microbes. Oral Health Dental Care Measures. Oral health dentalcare measures include brushing twice a day. This ensures that harm causing bacteria and microbes that are present in the mouth are killed and removed from time to time.

  • Bubbles 3:16 pm on August 16, 2011 Permalink  

    Recession Treatment 

    Recession treatment is a term for the surgical procedure on detached tooth necks. Patients often speak of tooth neck recession and don´t really know what is meant. Inflamed forms, such as periodontitis, doesn´t have to be defined from non inflamed forms, such as recession. Either way the gum recession needs to be stopped. The easiest way is to eliminate the causative mechanisms: A periodontitis can be treated by applying a periodontal therapy, a recession, which was caused due to a wrong brushing technique. A correction of the homely care will help you! The occurred gum defect can be adjusted by gum transplantation. It is important though to eliminate the cause. Otherwise a reappearance of the disease, thus advanced gum recession, will be the result.


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