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What Is TMJ?
The Temporomandibular Joint (TMJ) connects the jaw and the skull, allowing for flexibility of the jaw so that you are able to speak and chew. A disorientation in this joint causes TMJ dysfunction and can cause complaints.
Published: Jun 5, 2017 | Author: From Best Oral Hygiene
Bulimia and Your Teeth
As a dentist, I am hyper-aware of people's teeth and smiles. Over the years, I've noted how people try to hide what's going on inside their mouths. I understand how the general public's apprehension about the painful side of dentistry can make some people unwilling to sit in the dental chair and undergo treatment. This is especially true for those who are also bulimic
Published: Nov 12, 2012 | Author: Brian McKay, DDS
Various Types of Dentures
An overview of various denture options that are available in dentist offices today.
Published: Aug 11, 2009 | Author: unknown
What causes bad breath?
Bad breath plagues just about everyone at one time or another. Bad Breath is devastating for ones social life. Many people have been denied employment, failed in business and social engagements and relegated to low social status because of it.
Published: Aug 11, 2009 | Author: unknown
Early Childhood Tooth Decay (Baby Bottle Tooth Decay)
Decay in infants and children is called baby bottle tooth decay. It can destroy the teeth and most often occurs in the upper front teeth. But other teeth may also be affected.
Published: Jul 23, 2009 | Author: ADA
General Dentistry vs. Cosmetic Dentistry
There are quite a few differences between general dentistry and cosmetic dentistry, but what you need to keep in mind is that general dentistry is for fixing problems and resolving painful issues. Cosmetic dentistry, on the other hand, is all about making you look great and turning that smile into a dazzling one that you'll be more than proud to show off.
Published: Jun 29, 2009 | Author: Dr. Bruce Fletcher, DDS

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