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How Long Does it Take to Heal from Dental Implants?

Dental implants have become the number one go-to option for patients wanting to replace missing teeth. The beauty about implants is that they are relatively permanent, with most patients having them for over 40 years without showing signs of wear. Implants are made of titanium and can be used to replace single missing teeth or

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Root Canal Treatment

Dental Endodontics: Causes And Main Advantages

Endodontics is a dental treatment that involves the removal of the infected pulp and the subsequent sealing of the pulp cavity. The pulp is the inner part of the tooth, composed of the veins and a white tissue that contains the nerves. The pulp cavity is the part of the canal that is inside the dental crown.

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Caries Tratment

Caries: Treatment And Dental Plaster

The DECAY Dental is one of the most common diseases in the world. Despite the false myths that exist about this, it can be said that, except in specific cases, they are avoidable. Although some are formed by genetic inheritance but, the majority (about 90 percent), are due to incorrect oral health habits. In this

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Orthodontics & Its Damaging Effect

Orthodontics and its Damaging Effects

Medical disciplines and provided treatments are usually linked to other medical complication. Mostly these medical procedures are followed by some damaging side effects. Similarly, orthodontic treatments involve a considerable rate of risk factors.  Orthodontic curative is linked with several damaging effects which are the serious risk factors need to be considered before initiating the treatment

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Dental Implant

Everything That is Important to Know Before Having a Dental Implant

Before a dental loss or an area with partial edentulous or the existence of complete edentulous, to be able to replace the masticatory function, aesthetics and phonation can be performed by placing dental implants.  What Are Dental Implants? Dental implants are elements that are surgically placed inside the alveolar bone to replace the lost tooth.

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