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Sedation Dentistry Options – What is Right for You?
Most dental treatments are performed under a type of anesthesia. This way, the patient does not feel any pain. However, there are many patients who manifest an exaggerated anxiety when they come to the dentist, and if they are children, they may not even cooperate. There are also patients with mental illnesses who also make […]
What is a Impacted Wisdom Tooth?
Normally, an adult has 32 teeth. Wisdom teeth are the rearmost ones and, at the same time, they are the last erupting teeth. They typically erupt between the age of 17 and 25 years, but often they appear even later. Wisdom teeth are represented by four molars: two in the upper teeth (right and left) […]
What is A Wisdom Tooth?
Wisdom teeth are the last teeth in each row, large, vestigial molars that no longer play a role in chewing and grinding our food. Wisdom teeth usually erupt late, in some cases they are not fully developed until the age 20 and for many people, the wisdom teeth are the first ones that need to […]
The Importance of Oral Care
Your oral health is closely linked to your overall health – any issue that affects your mouth can affect the rest of the body, too. Here is how your oral health impacts how well your body functions: The mouth is the entry point to the body – the mouth is the barrier that prevents harmful […]
What is TMJ
TMJ is the abbreviation of the Temporomandibular Joint and also the name of the painful syndrome associated with the joint. The joint is the linking element between the lower jaw, called the mandible, and the skull, called the temporal bone and it also includes some of the muscles used during chewing and speaking as well […]