free tracking


Full Mouth Reconstruction

  What is a  full mouth reconstruction ? When you have many broken, worn and/or multiple missing teeth, then a full mouth reconstruction may be required. This will often require every tooth to be restored with a combination of  veneers, crowns, inlays, onlays, dental implants and dental bridgework

Category : Uncategorized

Emergency Dental Care

&h=169&width=185&zc=1&bid=1&q=80" alt="Emergency Dental Care" class="imgleft" />

  Is it a Dental Emergency?   Smoothing a chipped tooth, re-cementing a crown that is not causing pain and composite bonding to repair a tooth are not dental emergencies. Typically, such problems can be dealt with during your dentist’s regular office hours

Category : Blog &Dental Tourism India &Uncategorized

The Future of Dental Lasers

L aser Dentistry: Enhancing Dental Treatment with Lasers   Laser dentistry can be a precise and effective way to perform many dental procedures. The potential for laser dentistry to improve dental procedures rests in the dentist’s ability to control power output and the duration of exposure on the tissue (whether gum or tooth structure), allowing for treatment of a highly specific area of focus without damaging surrounding tissues

Category : Uncategorized

About Laser Dental Work

  About Laser Dental Work As laser technology advances, the applications for using lasers expand as well. Many people dislike going to the dentist because it can be painful.

Category : Uncategorized

Super Fun Dental Facts

  32% of Americans cite bad breath as the least attractive trait of their co-workers. 38.5 total days an average American spends brushing teeth over lifetime

Category : Uncategorized

Dry Mouth (Xerostomia)

  Dry Mouth (Xerostomia) What is Dry Mouth? Dry mouth, also called xerostomia (ZEER-oh-STOH-mee-ah), is the condition of not having enough saliva, or spit, to keep the mouth wet.  Dry mouth can happen to anyone occasionally—for example, when nervous or stressed.  However, when dry mouth persists, it can make chewing, eating, swallowing and even talking difficult.  Dry mouth also increases the risk for tooth decay because saliva helps keep harmful germs that cause cavities and other oral infections in check

Category : Uncategorized

Did Hitler’s Bad Breath Contribute To His Downfall

Image via Wikipedia   Did Hitler’s Bad Breath Contribute To His Downfall? BAD oral health and poor diet played their part in the decline of Nazi dictator  Adolf Hitler ’s health, recent medical research has revealed. And the UK’s leading oral health charity campaigners have called on the UK public to maintain a healthier dental routine following a German study of the Fuhrer’s dental records.  In her Dentist of the Devil doctorate, German dentist Menevese Deprem–Hennen outlines how Hitler was plagued by severe halitosis (bad breath), gum disease and tooth decay.  Hitler’s bad breath may well have been related to his gum disease and tooth decay.

Category : Uncategorized

Dental Tourism How Safe is It

    Dental Tourism  – How Safe is it? Dental tourism is often the first “toe in the water” medical tourism experience for a person traveling from their home country for treatment

Category : Uncategorized

Albert Pujols

  This major league all-star helps underprivileged children to keep smiling   Some years ago a young boy growing up in the Dominican Republic dreamed of becoming a big league baseball player. But the young dreamer and his family were immersed in poverty, an obstacle almost too great to overcome. Somehow though, José Alberto Pujols […]

Category : Uncategorized

Pete Seeger – My Dentist Has Tattooed Legs lyrics

  Something you should know about My Dentist Has Tattooed Legs Lyrics Title: Pete Seeger – My Dentist Has Tattooed Legs lyrics   Image via Wikipedia     My Dentist Has Tattooed Legs He is so very boring When I sit down in his chair Soon I am loudly snoring. He is a New Age Dentist […]

Category : Uncategorized