Osteoporosis and Dental Wellness - Part 2
posted: Jun 08, 2016.An additional concern is periodontitis which is a persistent problem which impairs your gums as well as your bones. This particular infection damages the bone and connective tissue in charge Read more
Osteoporosis and Dental Wellness - Part 1
posted: May 27, 2016.Not everyone knows that bone is active living tissue that can serves a number of purposes. It is not just the structural groundwork for to human bodies, but bones additionally Read more
Gingivitis versus Periodontitis. What's the Distinction?
posted: May 13, 2016.The following is a limited summary for those who are confused about gingivitis and periodontal disease. Inside a healthy mouth, your teeth are kept in place by gums, bone as well Read more
Periodontitis and Gum Recession
posted: Apr 29, 2016.Normally, just the enamel of the tooth is exposed, but amid gum tissue recession, the tissue encompassing the tooth is eroded, exposing the dentin that makes up the root of Read more
The Connections Between Cardiovascular Disease and Periodontal Disease
posted: Apr 15, 2016.Recent information in the media have pointed out the correlations between heart disease and periodontitis. While more studies are needed to show how they may be linked, the likely connection Read more
What is Crown Lengthening?
posted: Apr 01, 2016.A common procedure Dr. Sazima performs for his patients is crown lengthening. Crown lengthening is an oral surgery that removes excess gum tissue and bone around the upper teeth in Read more
Dentistry Through the Ages
posted: Mar 18, 2016.Dentistry has changed a great deal over the course of time; From Hesy-Re, the first recorded dentist from 2600 BC Egypt, to philosopher Aristole's writings about an ancient form of Read more
Dental Trivia: The Founding Fathers
posted: Mar 04, 2016.You may have heard the story about how George Washington had wooden teeth, but the tale is not entirely true. While the base of his dentures were made from wood, Read more