Category: Dentistry – Other

Woman Smiling Laser on Teeth
Dentistry - Other

Solea Dental Laser

Are you among the countless US citizens who feel anxiety when it comes time to visit the dentist? Do you cringe at the high-pitched whine

Dentistry - Other

TMD

Many people think of Temporomandibular Joint Disorder, or TMD, as a disorder that affects only the jaw. Modern wisdom places it as indicating an imbalance

Dentistry - Other

PRF and Bioengineering in Dentistry

Biomaterials have been included in regenerative therapies in multiple medical fields for almost twenty years. The first use of platelet concentrates in regenerating and repairing

Dentistry - Other

Zirconia Crowns

Zirconia is a ceramic used to fabricate dental restorations. Dentists and patients prefer Zirconia because it is the strongest, most long-lasting ceramic available in restorative

Dentistry - Other

Dental Lasers

Laser therapy is used by both dentists and doctors to help treat their patients. There are different types of laser therapy, depending on the amount

BruxZir Crown
Dental Lab

BruxZir Crown

Dental Crowns are used to strengthen teeth that have been weakened by damage, cavities, or fractures. They help improve your tooth’s structure and make your

Nitrous Oxide
Dentistry - Other

Nitrous Oxide

It is estimated that between 9 and 15% of American adults avoid going to the dentist because of fear. Studies show that fear of the

E4D CADCAM 1 Day Crowns
Dentistry - Other

E4D CAD/CAM 1 Day Crowns

Advancements in modern oral health technology have drastically improved dental treatment in recent years. One such technology – the E4D CAD/CAM system – is making

Woman holding cheek pain
Dentistry - Other

Dental Emergencies

Dental emergencies occur often in young patients. Though they require urgent treatment, it is important to remain calm and take immediate action. Dental emergencies are any

Woman Getting XRay
Dentistry - Other

Planmeca Promax Digital X-ray

Undergoing dental x-rays can be an uncomfortable and invasive experience. Traditional x-rays are taken intra-orally, requiring patients to bite down awkwardly onto hard and bulky

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