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Questions to Ask When Picking a Potential New Dentist Part One

Wednesday, Nov. 29th 2017 6:58 AM

Find a dentist that is right for you and or your family does not have to be difficult if you know what you what to look for in advance. Before calling any dentist make a list of items that are important to you. Doing this will help you to be clear in asking questions and finding the answer you want.

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Dental 4 Less, More on Bitewing Radiographs

Monday, Nov. 27th 2017 5:55 AM

Bitewing radiographs (dental X-rays) Are generally consider preventive dental care and under many dental insurance plans bitewing radiographs are free to little cost. When reviewing different types of dental insurance plans see what is consider preventive services and compare cost. You want preventive care to be either free to little cost so that you are more likely to maintain your dental care needs and see a dentist as advised

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Dental 4 Less, Jaw Pain

Saturday, Nov. 25th 2017 7:00 AM

Jaw and facial pain is a common problem affecting millions of people worldwide. It causes many treatment challenges in the healthcare community when it comes to diagnosis and treatment.

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Dental 4 Less, Bitewing Radiographs (X-Rays)

Thursday, Nov. 23rd 2017 9:50 AM

Bitewing radiographs are X-rays that are used to reveal the crowns of several upper and lower teeth as they bite down. Dentists use radiographs for many reasons such as to find hidden dental structures, malignant or benign masses, bone loss, and cavities.

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Dental 4 Less, Lifetime Maximum

Tuesday, Nov. 21st 2017 5:47 AM

What is Lifetime Maximum Limitation ?

Many dental insurance plan have a lifetime maximum limitation. Which is the cumulative dollar amount that an insurance plan will pay for dental care incurred by an individual enrollee or if on a family plan per member, for the life of the enrollee or the plan. Lifetime maximums generally apply to specific dental services such as orthodontic treatment.

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Dental 4 Less, What is a Bicuspid

Sunday, Nov. 19th 2017 6:44 AM

Bicuspid or Premolar tooth is a tooth with two cusps. The term bicuspid refers to eight of the 32 permanent teeth. There are no bicuspids in primary teeth, the bicuspids grow in to replace primary molars. Two bicuspids are on each side of the upper and lower jaw, behind the canine teeth and in front of the molars.

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Dental 4 Less, What Can Cause Dry Socket

Friday, Nov. 17th 2017 9:41 AM

Some people can be more likely to get dry socket after having a tooth pulled due to a few factors. That includes people who:

* Smoke
* Have poor oral and dental hygiene
* Have wisdom teeth pulled
* Have greater then normal trauma during the tooth extraction surgery
* Use birth control pills
* Have a history of dry socket after having teeth pulled
* Rinsing and spitting a lot or drinking through a straw after having a tooth extracted also can increase your risk of getting dry socket.

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Dental 4 Less, What Are The Warning Signs of Dry Socket

Wednesday, Nov. 15th 2017 6:35 AM

I had my wisdom teeth pulled two days ago and now the extraction sites really hurting me more then before. Is this a sign of dry socket?

Reply: You will want to look at the site where the tooth was extracted. If you have dry socket you will probably notice a dry looking opening. Instead of a dark blood clot you will notice there will just be whitish bone. The pain typically starts about two days after the tooth was pulled. Over time it becomes more severe and can radiate to your ear. Additional symptoms of dry socket include bad breath and an unpleasant smell and taste in your mouth. If you are noticing these symptoms you should consult with your dentist right away.

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Dental 4 Less, What is Local Anesthesia

Monday, Nov. 13th 2017 5:26 AM

 Local Anesthesia: The loss of pain sensation over a specific area of the anatomy without loss of consciousness. The most commonly used local anesthetic is lidocaine. Lidocaine half-life in the body is about 1.5–2 hours. Other local anesthetics in current use include articaine, septocaine, marcaine (a long-acting anesthetic), and mepivacaine. A combination of these may be used depending on the situation

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Oral Health, What Are Gums

Saturday, Nov. 11th 2017 6:22 AM

The gums (or gingivae). The gums is the moist pink tissue in the mouth that meets the base of the teeth. There are two such gums – one for the upper, and one for the lower set of teeth.  The gums is a dense tissue with a good supply of blood vessels beneath a moist surface. The surface is called mucous membrane. It is joined to the rest of the mouth lining but is pink instead of shiny red.

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Dental 4 Less, Teeth Whiting, The Good and Bad of Baking Soda

Thursday, Nov. 9th 2017 6:18 AM

When you do not have your teeth as white as you may like but can not afford whitening treatment many people turn to baking soda as a home home remedy. However there are good and bads to baking soda being use to white your teeth which should be consider before using.

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Dental 4 Less, Baking Soda and Teeth Whitening

Tuesday, Nov. 7th 2017 9:13 AM

Question: Does baking soda whiten teeth I do not have money to spend on whiten products but I been told that baking soda can whiten your teeth. Is this true.

Answer: While baking soda can help to brighten and prevent discoloration of your teeth, it will not necessarily make your teeth a whiter shade of white. You will probably need a whitening product that contains bleach for that.

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Dental 4 Less, Receding Gums

Sunday, Nov. 5th 2017 6:00 AM

Receding gums are also known as gingival recession. The pink gum tissue normally covers the root of the tooth. This can become exposed when the gum is pushed back or if the tooth is in an abnormal position.

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Dental 4 Less, What is an Decalcification

Friday, Nov. 3rd 2017 8:07 AM

Decalcification can also cause white spots The beginning of a cavity can appear like a white chalky spot on the enamel. This is due to the plaque sitting on the teeth for long periods of time and releasing acids that decay the tooth. Sometimes people that have braces and do not brush very well may see decalcification that forms around the braces.

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Dental 4 Less, What is an Abutment

Wednesday, Nov. 1st 2017 6:44 AM

In dentistry, an abutment is the connecting tooth (or implant) that supports a dental prosthesis. An abutment used in the context of a fixed bridge, partial removable dentures, and in implants (used to attach a crown, bridge, or removable denture to the dental implant fixture.

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Dental 4 Less, What is Dental Fluorosis

Tuesday, Oct. 31st 2017 6:45 AM

Dental fluorosis is another cause of why there may be white spots on your teeth. Fluorosis can occur if you consume too much fluoride while the teeth are forming ( Between Age 0-6). The excess fluoride in the diet intercalates into the enamel causing white or brown spots to form. In addition, fluorosis can cause surface abnormalities in the enamel.

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Dental 4 Less, What is Hypocalcification

Sunday, Oct. 29th 2017 9:43 AM

There are a few reason why someone may have white spots on their teeth Hypocalcification is one reason. Most white spots are formed during the time the tooth is developing inside of the jaw. The tooth may have been disturbed, or the some change in the body caused the enamel formation to be atypical. Usually you will notice these white spots on the adult front teeth or the first molars.

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Dental 4 Less, Over 65 and Looking for Affordable Dental Insurance.

Friday, Oct. 27th 2017 9:33 AM

Question: I am 70 with most of my teeth. I do not have dental insurance and I am finding that I can not afford to maintain my dental care without some dental insurance. However I can not seem to find affordable dental insurance. All the plans I seen are $50 plus a month this is just to much for me.

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Dental 4 Less, Dental implants with antibacterial activity and designed to facilitate integration into the bone

Wednesday, Oct. 25th 2017 6:00 AM

The UPV/EHU-University of the Basque Country is developing coatings for dental implants to provide them with capabilities to ensure success when they are implanted

Mouth infections are currently regarded as the main reason why dental implants fail. A piece of research by the UPV/EHU has succeeded in developing coatings capable of preventing potential bacterial infection and should it arise, eliminate it as well as providing implants with osseointegrating properties, in other words, ones that facilitate anchoring to the bone.

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Seniors Citizens Seeking Affordable Dental Insurance to Reduce Dental Care Cost.

Monday, Oct. 23rd 2017 6:14 AM

As more seniors start to understand the importance of maintaining their oral and dental health care they are starting to see their dentist as advised. However with the cost of dental care going up it is making it harder for them to afford the needed dental care services. Therefore the search for affordable dental insurance is just as important. Dental HMO insurance plans are normally the more affordable dental insurance type. Since most dental HMO plans provide a fee schedule showing the different cost for each dental service covered it also help members to budget the cost needed dental services.

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