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Dental health during pregnancy

Dental health during pregnancy

  Pregnancy can cause gingivitis During pregnancy, your hormone levels dramatically increase. The rise in progesterone causes your gums to have an exaggerated response to plaque. According to Dr Sherman, this can cause gingivitis. He says, “Women may experience pregnancy gingivitis, especially during months two through eight.” Symptoms include red, puffy or tender gums that […]

June 19, 2013 | By | Reply More
Dental waxes: Composition, Properties, Classification & Uses of dental wax

Dental waxes: Composition, Properties, Classification & Uses of dental wax

Dental waxes WAXES: Are thermoplastic materials which are normally solids at room temperature but melt, without decomposition, to form mobile liquids. Dental waxes are used in a wide variety of clinical and laboratory dental procedures. Composition: They are composed of a mixture of thermoplastic components from natural & synthetic sources. Natural waxes are produced from: […]

January 19, 2013 | By | Reply More
Bleaching techniques for endodontically treated teeth | Intracoronal bleaching | Walking Bleach

Bleaching techniques for endodontically treated teeth | Intracoronal bleaching | Walking Bleach

Bleaching techniques for endodontically treated teeth | Intracoronal bleaching | Walking Bleach Intracoronal bleaching of endodontically treated teeth may be successfully carried out many years after root canal therapy and discoloration. The methods most commonly employed to bleach endodontically treated teeth are the walking bleach and the thermocatalytic techniques. Walking Bleach The walking bleach technique […]

January 12, 2013 | By | Reply More
Class III Cavity: Restorations with Composite resin

Class III Cavity: Restorations with Composite resin

Class III Composite Restorations These are the major use for composite resins today. Composite resin materials have become the most popular material for Class III, as well as Class IV and Class V, restorations. These cavity classifications are excellent examples of the use of bonding for esthetic superiority as well as its economic pluses. When […]

December 16, 2012 | By | Reply More
Class I Cavity: Restorations with Composite Resin

Class I Cavity: Restorations with Composite Resin

Class I Composite Restorations These include pits and fissures that can be easily, quickly, and esthetically restored by composite resins. As an added bonus, the bonding of small grooves, defects, or pits in individual teeth is an excellent means of preventing either initial or further caries with little or no risk of tooth discoloration as […]

December 16, 2012 | By | Reply More
Orthodontic appliance Bite Plane: Definition, Types, Indication, Requirement

Orthodontic appliance Bite Plane: Definition, Types, Indication, Requirement

Orthodontic appliance Bite Plane What’s the bite plane?? It is a shelf of acrylic added to the baseplate to clear the occlusion or to reduce the over bite if it interfere with tooth movement. Types of bite planes there are 2 types of bite planes Anterior bite planes: If anterior it’s acryl in the palate […]

December 16, 2012 | By | Reply More
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