Having My Glass Half Full.

40’s is the new 20’s I can attest! My Glass is half full. I haven’t always felt this way. I would see my glass as half empty at best. Maybe you are already there looking on the bright side of life, but if not I hope my story inspires you to look at life differently. […]

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Long term oral care for adults with special needs

A retrospective study conducted by researchers at Tufts University School of Dental Medicine and colleagues reports that among adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities, the likelihood of having cavities decreased as the number of years receiving dental care increased. The findings, published in the July/August issue of Special Care in Dentistry, may help improve interventions designed […]

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New study reveals widespread support for rapid HIV testing in dental surgeries

More than 80 per cent of oral health patients are willing to receive rapid HIV-testing in dental settings, which could help reduce the spread of the HIV according to a groundbreaking study revealed today at a Sydney University HIV Testing Symposium. The first of its kind study of 521 Sydney-based dental patients assessed patients’ willingness to undergo […]

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The Procedure of Dental Veneers Treatment

Dental veneers which are also referred to as dental porcelain laminates or porcelain veneers are artificially made shells of tooth-colored materials which are fashioned to cover the frontal surface of the teeth. It aims to be the perfect solution to the following set of teeth problems namely discolored teeth, worn down teeth, chipped or broken […]

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Smile Design and Smile Make-Over

Smile design and make-over may not be a necessity but it is indeed a choice you should grab especially if it means gaining more self-confidence in your life. It requires a combination of cosmetic dentistry procedures which can either be composite bonding, dental implants or teeth whitening. It magically fixes anything that you wish to […]

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Fluoride and Dental Caries in Children

You may not know but fluoride is naturally found in water. This is probably the best reason why your dentists often inquire about your water supply. But how important is fluoride content in a child’s mouth? What is the recommended amount of fluoride required for a child to maintain strong and healthy teeth? What are […]

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Importance of Early Dental Visits

First time parents ask a lot of question in relation to child health. However, majority tend to neglect asking one of the most common questions in reference to the proper time when they should take their child to a dentist. Is there such a thing as being too early for dental visit? The American Academy […]

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End of the Year Dental Insurance: How to Maximize Your Savings

Dental insurance are purchased by many people because of their belief that it is a great way of saving money and that is certainly correct if and only if you know how to maximize your end of the year dental insurance otherwise instead of gaining more savings you may be losing valuable money with it. […]

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