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Dental Implants Issues

Patients Can Help Spot Issues with Dental Implants

There are a number of things that can go wrong with dental implants, some issues stemming from the patient’s body’s rejection of the implant and others stemming from issues with the placement of the implant or other complications. Research has shown that patients expect dentists or oral surgeons that place the implants to spot issues, but getting the patients on …

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Communication in Restoration

Communication Can Help Dental Patients to Participate with Needed Restorations

In the past, patients often followed their dentists’ advice and opinions about their dental care and treatment and followed that advice without question. The attitude was primarily that “doctors know best.” In the past few decades, this attitude has changed dramatically, with patients researching and looking to get second opinions about absolutely everything medical-including dental care. Dentists and other oral …

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Dental Restorations Demand

Why is the Demand for Dental Restorations Increasing So Quickly?

The demand for dental implant procedures has been increasing very quickly over the last several years and only seems to be picking up speed. More and more dentists have begun to offer dental implant services to accommodate and capitalize on the growing demand. The American Academy of Implant Dentistry estimates that the prosthetic market will reach $6.4 billion by 2018. …

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NADL Restorations

What’s in Your Mouth? NADL Campaign Sheds Light on Restorations

Dental implants, prosthetics, and other dental restorations have been steadily increasing in popularity over the last decade and the increase in demand is only expected to continue. It is estimated that more than 10 percent of dental offices now place dental implants and millions of Americans benefit from these procedures. However, many implants are created overseas, leading to concerns about …

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IPS Empress

6 Tips for Getting the Most Out of IPS Empress

IPS Empress works with CAD/CAM technology to create dental prosthetics that are esthetically superior to prosthetics made using other materials with this technology. Three different types of blocks are used to ensure the best fit for different patient needs. Empress uses all-ceramic materials that scatter light in similar fashion to natural teeth, helping Empress prosthetics to blend in perfectly with …

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What Is CAD/CAM Technology?

CAD and CAM are two acronyms that are often used together when speaking about dental restorations. CAD stands for computer aided design, which is used to increase the efficiency of design processes in many industries of all types today. CAM stands for computer aided manufacturing, which can be used to create objects to exacting specifications using a variety of materials. …

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Dental Appointment

7 Tips to Make the Most of Each Records Appointment

Making the most of records appointments can help to ensure that patients receive the best dental treatment and restoration. Rushing through records appointments or model creation can have devastating life-long consequences for patients. It is important to give these tasks the time and attention that they deserve. After all, patients carry evidence of your attention to detail ever after, speaking …

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Rubber Dams

Everything You Ever Wanted to Know about Rubber Dams

The rubber dam was introduced in 1864 for use in dentistry. Dental schools and dental assisting schools require rubber dams to be used during operative and restorative procedures, but many dentists do not use the dams in private practice. Dentists that do not use dams often use cotton rolls instead, saying that the dams take too long to place. However, …

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Golden Ratio Dental Treatment

What’s the Golden Ratio and How is it Used in Dental Treatment?

The Greeks said that all beauty is mathematics. It is from this basic principle that the idea of the golden ratio was born. While the golden ratio as it relates to beauty is somewhat controversial, the golden ratio has shown to be very useful in evaluation and treatment for smile design, so these concepts are still used today. The golden ratio has been described …

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Severe Tooth Wear

Treating Severe Tooth Wear Cases

When patients seek treatment for severely worn teeth, treatment takes a multifaceted approach. Dentists and labs must work closely together in order to assess the treatment method that will work best to help the patient achieve the desired results. In some cases, periodontists and orthodontists must also be brought in to assist with treatment. Determining Cause of Wear The cause …

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