Composite Bonding for Anterior Teeth
Jun17

Composite Bonding for Anterior Teeth

Composite Bonding for Anterior Teeth is a cosmetic technique in which a tooth-colored dental material is shaped and molded on your teeth to restore your teeth and improve your smile.  It can be used as a cosmetic solution to chipped teeth, gapped teeth and staining in both teeth and fillings....

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Fluoride
Mar28

Fluoride

Fluoride, a naturally-occurring mineral, helps prevent cavities in children and adults by making the outer surface of your teeth (enamel) more resistant to the acid attacks that cause tooth decay.

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Bleeding Gums
Nov24

Bleeding Gums

Bleeding gums?  What causes the gum disease? How to treat this condition? Dr. Bayat with Dr. Zak Dental Care explains what you need to do to keep your gums healthy.

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E-Cigarettes and Oral Health
Nov06

E-Cigarettes and Oral Health

E-Cigarettes and Oral Health. The Effects of Vaping on Your Gums and Teeth. Many vapers either haven’t given it much thought or overlook it because they’re content with knowing the many health benefits of making the switch.

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Professional Teeth Whitening
Jul31

Professional Teeth Whitening

Professional Teeth Whitening: Pro and Cons. The best way to improve your smile is the teeth whitening done by your dentist or hygienist in a safe , controlled environment. In office whitening provides an immediate result when the teeth color is changed within an hour giving you beautiful bright smile.

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Composite Restorations vs. Amalgam Restorations
Jun26

Composite Restorations vs. Amalgam Restorations

What is the difference between a composite restorations vs. amalgam restorations? Amalgam restorations have been used to restore damaged teeth for over 150 years. Most people refer to amalgam fillings as ‘silver’ fillings because of their color when first place. But, in actuality, amalgam fillings consist of silver, 50% mercury, tin and copper with small amounts of zinc, indium and palladium.

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