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press "enter" to skip to content dental & medical blog open menu healthy insight posts toothpaste choice tips healthy insight february 14, 2017 as consumers, we’re influenced by all the dollars spent on advertising. as for toothpaste, all the advertising is focused on pushing gum care toothpaste to prevent gum disease, whitening pastes to give you whiter teeth and of course, tartar control toothpaste. as consumers, do we really know the difference? well, let’s take a look. tartar control toothpaste should remove tartar, but most studies show that it actually does not remove tartar. however, they do help to prevent tartar from building up. unfortunately, tartar that builds up below the gum line is the reason for gum disease and tartar pastes don’t help reduce the tartar build up in this area. companies are working on solving this issue, but this is why it’s important to visit the dentist two times per year, as they can help to remove the build up on the gums. many consumers wonder which are better, gels or pastes? most people assume that gels are less abrasive, but they’re actually not! gels include silica, which is sand like substance and for this reason, gels are actually more abrasive. both are safe and considered effective cleaners, so this is just a matter of preference. stannous fluorides are used in gum care pastes, while most pastes use sodium fluoride. sodium does a much better job at protecting against cavities, so there’s a bit of a concern regarding gum care pastes. baking soda pastes were extremely popular a while back, but recently made a come back. there’s also been a lack in evidence proving that baking soda is really more effective than other pastes. one reason it is helpful is because many people enjoy the taste, which means they’ll brush longer. if it’s made with peroxide, it can be harmful and for this reason, peroxide toothpastes aren’t even sold. but first what is toothpaste? by definition, toothpaste is a paste used, almost always in conjunction with a toothbrush, to clean teeth. but toothpaste is not always paste. it can be a gel, powder, or paste that you brush onto your teeth and gums to help dispose accumulating plaque and improve your oral health. it tells us that toothpaste is a important in maintenance of dental health and picking the right one that is efficient on its function is required. this is where dentist’s advice will be needed like kauai cosmetic dentist, and in choosing the right toothpaste suited for you here are some tips coming from dental experts: making sure that the product is safe and will do what it claims on the packaging or advertisement is the first thing to remember when buying your toothpaste. don’t just buy one because it is being endorsed by a popular personality. choose toothpaste that contains fluoride. toothpastes containing fluoride are regulated by the food and drug administration or fda since they make disease-fighting claims. so make certain that the packaging or label includes fluoride as part of its content. toothpastes without fluoride are considered for cosmetic products and don’t fall under the regulation of fda but still they have to label their ingredients. the seal of approval of american dental association should be present in the packaging, this is another thing that you should check. this symbol signifies that the manufacturer has took part in a voluntary testing program conducted by the ada to determine a product’s safety and effectiveness before releasing it to the market. with the seal of approval by ada you know that you are using safe toothpaste like recommended by a reliable dentistry like cosmetic dentistry. when choosing the right toothpaste these are very basic pointers but the most important to consider and take note. choose the one that you have trusted for a long time that fit with the pointers we gave you despite there are many brands that varies from their prices and claims in the market. invisalign vs traditional braces: what you need to know to make the best choice healthy insight february 3, 2017 braces are placed on your teeth by an orthodontist. they can straighten and correct the position of your teeth to give you a healthier, more attractive smile. braces are important medical devices that treat potentially serious conditions. however, they are not viewed as a desirable thing to have on your teeth and one of the reasons why is because of their lack of aesthetic pleasing. if your dentist has suggested braces, you might be considering your options. there are so many options available, it’s easy to get confused. these facts will help you decide what kind of braces are right for your unique needs and style. advances in orthodontics long gone are the days of unwieldy headgear and mouths full of barbed wire. today’s orthodontic devices are designed for comfort and safety. in today’s appearance-conscious society, these devices have become sleeker and less noticeable. traditional braces are available in several different materials: clear braces, made of transparent materials. these are usually not as strong as their metal counterparts. they are also not truly invisible, only less visible than traditional metal devices. ceramic braces are another attempt at a more transparent look. the ceramic material can be tinted to more closely match your natural enamel’s color, making the braces less noticeable. lingual braces are made of metal. however, they are attached to the backs of the teeth.traditional metal devices installed on the front of the teeth are still the most popular option. differences between invisalign and traditional braces one of the best upgrades in dental braces is invisalign technology. designed to be nearly invisible, this advancement has helped dental device users around the world straighten their teeth and overbites without sacrificing personal appearance. besides looks, there are several differences between invisalign brand and traditional braces. invisalign braces are easily removable. this allows the wearer to brush and floss more comfortably, so cleaning and maintenance is easier. traditional styles can be removed, but only by a dental professional. traditional orthodontics are a mass of brackets, wires, spacers, and rubber bands that connect to your teeth with adhesives. they are tightened frequently during office visits to ensure they are guiding teeth into the proper position. invisalign braces are made of smooth, clear aligners. instead of having them adjusted, your boca raton dentist will fit you for new aligners every few weeks. invisalign aligners exert less pressure on teeth, making them more comfortable to wear. this usually does not mean you will need to wear the aligners longer than you might wear traditional ones. a retainer is usually needed for traditional braces. retainers are used to prevent corrected teeth from shifting away from their new position. there is no need for retainers when using invisalign braces. traditional braces have sharp wires that can scratch, poke, and pinch the tender insides of your mouth. the periodic tightening performed in your dentist’s office can cause even more suffering and soreness. invisalign devices are made of one smooth piece, so there’s less rubbing and pinching. some discomfort can be felt when new aligners are needed, but they are generally more comfortable. wearers of traditional braces need to be careful to keep their teeth clean, to avoid embarrassing stains on their enamel. this is not a concern for invisalign patients, as they can simply remove their devices during cleaning. nuts, ice cubes, and sticky foods are dangerous for metal braces. the invisalign aligners can simply be removed while these foods are enjoyed. medical studies some studies have shown that traditional braces are more effective at treating class i mild crowding malocclusions. one study noted that while invisalign devices were not as efficient in treating large anteroposterior discrepancies and occlusal contacts, they are the better choice for closing spaces and correcting anterior rotations and marginal ridge heights. patients with these conditions complete treatment up to four months sooner with invisalign when compared to traditional devices. pricing concerns orthodontic services and devices are common drains on family budgets. besides the initial installation of the gear, frequent office visits to adjust the device, along with insurance co-payments and deductibles, can quickly eat a hole in your finances. know what you might need up front, so you can budget more realistically. the average orthodontic patient will pay between $3000 and $8000 for their devices and procedures. invisalign braces, on average, are roughly $500 more than traditional options. the price difference is negligible when the benefits are taken into account. check your insurance policy or fsa (flexible spending account) rules before making any commitments. some companies may not cover all materials and procedures.your dental office may have payment plans to make your procedure more affordable. final considerations once installed, you will have to wear your braces from one to three years. with the new innovations in orthodontic technology, you don’t have to choose between utility and style. talk with your dental professional, and get all the facts before choosing your corrective dental device. advantages of dental technology healthy insight february 3, 2017 we all desire that perfect set of teeth-white with no stains or cavities. we all want to wear that room-lighting smile and we all want to converse with our friends and colleagues without the fear of having bad breath. the easiest way of achieving this is basic dental care. this includes brushing the teeth at least twice daily with toothpaste, frequent flossing, taking a dental healthy diet-made up of whole grain meals, vegetables, fruits and dairy products and regularly visiting the dentist for check ups. however, at times dental complications such as tooth decay and periodontal diseases develop and these basic dental care practices have to be supplemented with more complex dental procedures. over time and with technological advances, these dental procedures have developed and evolved. becoming more efficient, accurate, more comfortable and safe to the patient. high-tech x-rays some of these advances include the use of high-tech x-rays. this a dental procedure that uses x-rays to diagnose hidden abnormalities of the teeth not visible to the eye such as abscesses and gum diseases. this procedure can also be used to detect start of future abnormalities hence serves as a preventive procedure too. it involves the insertion of a small sensor connected to a computer into the mouth of the patient. the sensor captures pictures of the teeth which are then displayed on the screen of the computer. this method is an advancement of and widely varies from the traditional x-rays in several ways. unlike the traditional x-rays, there is no processing of films as the images are viewed on the screen as pictures are being taken by the sensor. this makes this procedure fast and hence cuts on the time the patient spends at the dental facility. high-tech x-rays produce less radiation (approximately 80% less) than the traditional x-rays. this is because digital image receptors are more sensitive to low doses of radiation as compared to photographic films. this means that low doses of radiation are therefore used.the patient is exposed to less radiation and hence this procedure is safer. clearer pictures with higher resolution are produced by the high-tech x-rays procedure. the images can also be magnified to reveal details not visible in the original image; thus makes this procedure more accurate. since the images are displayed on the screen, it is easier to store them in servers for future references as compared to the photographic films. the images are also easy to transfer from one place to another for example by the use of compact disc. the cost of high-tech x-rays is lower as compared to the traditional x-rays since there is no need for chemicals used in processing photographic films and also no photographic films are required. lasers laser is an abbreviation for light amplification by the stimulated emission of radiation. lasers is a form of energy delivered in form of light. in dentistry, lasers are employed in various procedures. these include: removal of tooth decay in preparation for tooth filling. removal of biopsies for further examination in the laboratory. removal of lesions, whitening of teeth and reshaping of the gums. removal of bacteria during root canal procedures. different types of lasers are used depending on the type of the target tissue, that is if it is a hard tissue or a soft tissue. this advancement in dental care is very helpful in many ways as compared to more traditional methods such as dental drills. when laser is used in dentistry the procedure targets only the affected area leaving the surrounding teeth untouched for to its high accuracy and precision. during a laser assisted dental procedure there is no vibrations, pressure or heat produced unlike in dental drills and hence this procedure is less painful. due to the rather painless nature of this procedure, there is no need for anesthesia or sedation. this means that more than one procedures can be performed during one sitting and hence saves on the patient’s time instead of giving them a future appointment. unlike dental drilling, there is reduced bleeding, post operative pain and swelling. there is no risk of trauma on healthy teeth such as fractures and cracks since the procedure does not involve vibrations. cad/cam this stands for computer aided design/computer aided manufacturing. it helps create and improve designs of dental prosthesis such as dental crowns, dentures and other types as well. the restorations are curved from ceramic or composite resin. the dentist first corrects the decayed teeth. an image of the corrected tooth and its surroundings is taken. the image is fed into a computer which has a software that creates a virtual restoration. the software sends virtual data to a milling machine which curves the replacement from the ceramic or composite ceramic. the replacement is then adjusted to the patient’s mouth and it is cemented. cad/cam has helped make restorations which were seemingly impossible using older technologies possible due to the employment of 3d technologies. it has also increased the speed of designing and creating the restorations due to the use of the computer software and mulling machine. this ensures that the tooth is curved within minutes and can be adjusted into the patient’s mouth at the same sitting hence the patient doesn’t have to be given a future date for fitting the tooth saving on their time. the tooth curved by the mulling machine is exactly similar to the image of the image of the patient’s tooth and its surroundings hence it fits perfectly without leaving gaps between the enamels and hence looks more natural. use of ceramic or composite resin in curving the teeth helps avoid use of metal amalgams which in turn reduces the chances of mercury poisoning since mercury is found in the metal amalgams. there exists several other advancements in dental care and procedures. these include but limited to investigate and dental implants. moreover, with the rapid technological advancements, more efficient and better procedures are bound to come up. with all these fast, accurate, safe and more comfortable dental care procedures, we all have all the reasons to have healthy teeth. dental health & headaches healthy insight january 31, 2017 it is no surprise to hear that taking care of your dental health is highly important, but there are probably much more health effects with taking care of your teeth than you might think of. in the early 2000s, it was found out that problems with ones oral health can lead to an elevated risk of heart disease. also more research is being constantly done to determine, how much effect one’s dental health can have on their overall health. but while this all can sound very ominous, there are many other, less severe symptoms that can arise from poor dental health. for example, have you ever thought that your suspicious headache might have a reason behind it? well, we might just know that reason… the different factors behind headaches recurring headaches are often extremely annoying and painful. as they prolong, they begin to consistently bother everyday life. focusing on tasks that require full concentration gets harder and at its worst, they can make a person completely unable to function. there is a significant amount of the population that is battling with this issue and getting some treatment is crucial for anyone who wants to live a happy, care-free life. yet while these headaches are very common, it is hard to identify the factors behind them. drinking too much caffeine, not drinking enough water, not getting enough exercise, and many, many other factors can lead to it. in fact, sometimes fixing all of these might not do anything. if you are one of those who swears that they have tried to do everything to get rid of their headaches, then it actually might be time to consider going to a dentist’s office. dental health and headaches while it might seem a bit strange, the reason behind your headaches or even your migraine might lie in your mouth. visiting a dentist can reveal many potential factors that might be causing your pain. one of the more common reasons is grinding your teeth during the night time. it is a very common problem, which can be found in almost 10 per cent of the population. it is known to cause many problems, such as tooth chipping and headaches. if teeth grinding is diagnosed, the solution is very simple. when you go to visit a nampa dentist, they will prescribe a mouthguard, which is designed to stop the grinding at night time, which should effectively remove the headaches. it is also possible to have a physiological problem, which is tiring out your bite and causing severe headaches. for example, if your teeth aren’t aligned properly, then your jaw will easily tire out from different motoric movements, such as swallowing and biting. when the muscles that are responsible for this are overused, it can produce pain especially around the lower parts of your head. when to get help it might be uncertain whether your headaches are stemming from dental stress or something completely different, but there are some signs which help to determine if the cause stems from the prior choice. these signs include, but are not limited to: grinding your teeth in stress if you have a habit of grinding your teeth together in the daytime while you are under heavy stress or focusing on something, it can indicate that you have a similar habit when you’re sleeping. ● localized pain, which is present in the back of the eyes. sometimes it is very easy to point out where the pain is coming from, but with headaches, this can be a bit more complicated. ● prior jaw problems, biting problems or missing teeth can also be the cause. all of these can easily affect the muscles and nerve endings around your mouth, which can cause headaches. ● muscular imbalances can also have an effect. these are harder to realize by yourself, but if you are unaware of heavy imbalances around and above your neck, some corrective exercises can be helpful. overall, if you have any suspicion that the cause of your pain might be related to your dental health, it is best to make the safest bet and go to a dentist’s appointment. you don’t have much to lose and you can combine this question with a regular checkup – and best of all, this can cure a lifelong problem in a single meetup! what’s it like having a wisdom tooth extracted healthy insight january 30, 2017 having a wisdom tooth extracted is a process that most will go through early in life. this procedure is usually performed when someone has entered adulthood, in order to take care of potential issues before they can happen. that being said, there always is the potential for anyone to have this procedure done. in all cases, this surgery is performed in order to improve the persons quality of life, so that they do not have to deal with possible pain and discomfort. the wisdom teeth are an interesting element to deal with. in many cases, these teeth will grow in when the person becomes an adult, growing into the jaw as they come in.the growth patterns of these teeth are incredibly powerful, and can exert a great deal of pressure on the jaw and the mouth as the person is maturing. should these elements grow in such a way that causes them to impact as they grow, it can cause oral health issues, creating pain and leaving the body vulnerable to infection. indeed, having wisdom teeth that are growing in the wrong way is one of the more painful things that people can experience, and it is an unyielding pain that comes from the pressure being exerted. as such it is most prudent to remove these potential offenders before they have the ability to cause pain. oral surgery may not seem like a desirable option to many people, but it is a smart move. having the wisdom teeth extracted is a fairly simple procedure, which is performed by a trained expert. most of the time, the dentist that a person goes to will notice the wisdom teeth and their progression, and will monitor whether surgery is going to be necessary. this choice will vary by each dentist. however, having the surgery done has become a consistent recommendation no matter what, as it allows factors to be eliminated before they can degrade in any way. wisdom teeth are easily extracted, like any other teeth, if they are fully erupted. if not, your dentist will let you know what the plan is in the pre-extraction exam. if they are embedded in the gums and jawbone you will need to have some of bone removed as well. they will probably be removed in sections to minimize the amount of bone that will be lost. dentist differ between offering a local anesthetic or sedation during the procedure. following the procedure, you should not drive yourself home. it is important to have someone accompany you to the surgery, for this matter and other potential issues that could arise. to begin with, the professional will have an anesthesiologist sedate the patient, either numbing them completely or knocking them out. the presence of the anesthesiologist is crucial, because the administration of these drugs is such a precise and important thing. once the person has been sedated, the oral surgeon will then physically remove the wisdom teeth from the head with special tools. each tooth needs to be excised at its roots, so that it will permanently be dealt with. obviously, such surgery requires a light touch and a trained hand. the skills and training that these professionals bring to the process is what makes them effective at what they are doing. after the person has had each tooth removed, then they have the new holes packed with medicated gauze and are released in order to allow them to recover. the recovery process is incredibly important, and it is one that the person will need to uphold if they are going to be able to get through the experience easily. it is highly critical that the person take antibiotics and uphold the process needed to recover. those that are willing to make a conscious effort to recover should find that they are able to get better easier. the process is one that is an inherent trauma to the body, as it is a physical surgery. that being said, it is a vital one to have done in order to be healthy down the road. going through such removal is a weird “rite of passage” for many. by going through this dental surgery, people are making it so that their oral health is properly taken care of, allowing them to be more comfortable and viable in the future.the surgeon will likely advice the person to adopt a gentle liquid diet, with a minimum of solid food. the individual will likely be ingesting broth and special drinks in order to maintain their nutritional levels while keeping the area protected. sidebar search recent posts toothpaste choice tips invisalign vs traditional braces: what you need to know to make the best choice advantages of dental technology dental health & headaches what’s it like having a wisdom tooth extracted shift wordpress theme by compete themes.


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