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Periodontitis Is The Enemy Of Teeth!

Periodontal disease is the scourge of modern dentistry. That’s why it is so important to have a dentist checkup at least twice a year.
Only 30 percent of the population has never experienced gum disease or tooth mobility. Most people suffering from this disease do not even suspect it. Periodontal disease is the scourge of modern dentistry. Therefore, it is so important to conduct examinations at the dentist at least twice a year.

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Eating With Dental Prostheses, With Pleasure!

Eating With Dental Prostheses, With Pleasure!

Sharing a good meal with people we love, savoring healthy and comforting dishes, these are great pleasures of life! And that’s also what you can continue to do when you eat with a denture. Yes, you read correctly, it is quite possible to eat well with dentures. Let’s see how to eat healthily and pain free with new conventional dentures.

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Leukoplakia, An Oral Disease

Leukoplakia, An Oral Disease

The leukoplakia is a white injury manifested in any region of the mouth. It manifests with white spots or plaques, which appear on the tongue or mucous membranes of the mouth, which does not come off and cannot be attributed clinically or pathologically to any other disease.

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Who is a good candidate for dental implants?

Dental implants are a way to replace just one or multiple missing teeth using a permanent and high-quality restoration. Implants can last for 20 to 30 years, with some patients having implants that laser longer than just two decades. Implants are incredibly beneficial because they don’t require other teeth to be compromised just to replace

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How Long Do Dental Implants Last?

Dental technology has continued to advance over the years with newer and better restorations taking the place of older options. Dental implants have become a go-to option for a lot of patients because they’re long-lasting and incredibly durable. Implants can be used to replace just one missing tooth at a time or to keep a

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