In addition, it contains a variety of enzymes, hormones, antibodies, antimicrobial constituents, and cytokines which can be used to detect oral diseases with incredible precision: cavities, gum disease, oral cancer and systematic disorders. Over 1,166 specific proteins in the human saliva associated with certain diseases have been properly identified and the number is still growing.Read More
There are layers of plague and tartar which accumulate on the surface of the teeth that act as a barrier between the whitening product and your teeth. A Dental Prophylaxis (teeth cleaning) before any whitening treatment will give the whitening agent optimal conditions and get you better results.Read More
Dental X-Rays are needed because an oral exam only lets the Dentist see around 1/3 of the tooth. There are many cases where the decay & infection is not present in the visible section of the teeth.Read More
is the replacement of jaw bone loss due to injury or gum disease. Often times, if a tooth is missing, the associated bone will be reabsorbed into the body. In these cases, the corrupted quality and lack of available bone structure creates many future problems both functionally, aesthetically and constructively. The open space causes other tooth structures to drift forward to fill in the empty space, like a vacuum.Read More
Dentists and hygienists usually recommend that you get your teeth professionally cleaned at least every six months. You might be surprised to learn that there are many good reasons for this, other than the obvious one of making your teeth look cleaner and brighter.Read More
Pumpkin pie, sweet potatoes, cranberries and buttery rolls all with a slice of turkey. There’s no way such delicacies can be healthy.
Set out a variety of different kinds of vegetables to help take an edge off the mounting hunger before dinner.Read More