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Dr. Jerry Gordon gives 10 more useful tips for everyone who is taking a trip to their dentist.
A recent study in the scientific journal Cancer associated an increase risk of the brain tumor Meningioma with an increased frequency of dental x-rays.
The heartbreaking story about the recent death of 17 year old Jenny Olenick during the removal of her wisdom teeth raises questions about the need and safety of the procedure.
There are several reasons that buffering local anesthesia is a good idea. Buffered anesthesia is more comfortable, works faster, and causes less tissue injury to the patient.
In 2009, Dr. Mehmet Oz and Jeff Arnold and created a website to help answer people’s questions about health issues.
The role of medications in dentistry is different than in other areas of medicine. In dentistry, most conditions are treated surgically, with medications used in an ancillary capacity only.
For many years, both dentists and orthopedic surgeons have advised that patients take antibiotics before receiving dental treatment to prevent infection of their artificial joints.
Fear or phobia of dental treatment is still a significant problem in the United States and worldwide.
Dentistry has seen some dramatic changes over the last twenty years. Better anesthetics, advances in techniques and technology have greatly reduced the potential for pain during dental treatment.
It is well know that fluoride helps to prevent cavities. But like many things in life, you can have too much of a good thing.
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