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9 Important Facts to Consider About Dentures and Teeth Implants Costs, PART 2

30th July 2012
Did you know that wearing removable dentures, or false teeth, accelerates the loss of bone tissue in the underlying jaw? And that because of this only 40% of all patients are, at the end of a five-year period, still wearing the same original denture made ... Read >
Author: Derek Dawson

Toothache, Rashes And Psoriasis

23rd September 2011
ĎI told you soí is not the thing to say to a victim of toothache for they will already have perceived the point of oral hygiene and regular visits to the dentist and all they will wish is for the pain to be removed. Toothache appears to occur most frequen... Read >
Author: Collier Baker

Inflamed Gums Beg For Your Attention

26th May 2011
Inflamed gums suggest something is absolutely wrong inside your mouth. Please donít ignore red, bleeding, swollen gums. This situation won't resolve without making some improvements in your oral hygiene. Severely inflamed gums require professional trea... Read >
Author: Steve

Signs You May Need An Occlusal Adjustment

17th February 2011
According to many dentists in Ft Lauderdale, an occlusal or bite adjustment is one of those treatments that patients often donít even know they needed. Itís a treatment that seeks to correct excessive or uneven pressure when biting down or chewing. If lef... Read >
Author: AureaRobillard

TMJ Solution - Chiropractic For TMJ and Jaw Pain

09th July 2009
It is estimated that 30% of the population suffer from TMJ dysfunction or from one of the many symptoms that a problem with the jaw can create. The temporomandibular joint (TMJ) is where the jaw bone joins the skull. Problems or dysfunction of this joint ... Read >
Author: Candy

Craniomandibular Osteopathy Dog Bone Disorder

19th December 2008
Craniomandibular osteopathy (CMO) is a non-cancerous dog bone disorder that exclusively affects the bones of the head in dogs, usually in on the lower jaw bone (ramus of the mandible) or over the angle of the mandible and tympanic bulla. CMO is a develo... Read >
Author: hannah
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