Month: November 2013
“Teeth in a day” is a concept that means you will have a healthy set of teeth and a beautiful smile in one day. It means that you will have the teeth you want immediately, so that you don’t have to have unsightly missing teeth day in and day out until they can be completely fixed. Today, failing teeth can be fixed or replaced quickly, yet with the utmost care and attention. To have “teeth in a day,” there are many new and exciting procedures that can be employed by oral surgeons. They are all procedures that in the past may have been complicated or costly, but have now been streamlined, so that they are rapid and easy. But rest assured these current procedures give the same outcome as always. I live in Austin, TX., so this is from my point of view, but my advice can be applied wherever you live. Read on to learn more.
First, the “all on four” procedure provides a loaded prosthesis which is supported and fixed by four implants in your mouth. You’ll be out the door in no time with a stunning smile. There are other oral surgery procedures that are done today as well. Whatever the problems you have with your teeth and whatever dental implants you need, there is sure to be a simple procedure that can be undertaken. Just type “dental implants austin” into your web browser, and you’ll be brought right to where you need to go to get that gorgeous smile. They say that the smile is what really attracts others to us, so why not make yours the best it can be?
Today there are many new programs and optimized computer processes for oral surgery as well. These help dentists and surgeons perform oral surgery procedures with ease and at record pace to get you in and out fast. In fact, Austin oral surgery has never been so easy. Throughout the world, professionals are using new 3D imaging and computer guided surgeries to help patients receive little to no discomfort both during and after surgery. To avoid discomfort throughout the surgery, there is now oral conscious sedation, and you will feel hardly any effect after the fact either. The oral conscious sedation will offer you a pain-free procedure and will greatly reduce any stress or anxiety you may have going into it. There is no reason to fear getting oral surgery.
In addition, implant dentures are now easier than ever. In this procedure “denture retention implants” supply a secure fit for your dentures. There are mini titanium implants that simulate the roots of your teeth and go into your gums. The oral surgeon will then use the denture fixture to attach over top for the securest of fits.
The goal of oral surgery and dental implants is to make you proud to show your pearly whites and to avoid wait time or lengthy hours in surgery and recovery. With the technology available today, the process should be as easy as possible. See what oral surgery or implants can do for your beautiful smile today–you won’t regret it! Here’s a dental related video to end my article with a laugh.
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As kind as most of the ones I’ve had have been, there are two kinds of health professionals I absolutely dread seeing: those who deal with my lady parts and those who deal with my teeth. Having your teeth extracted is the worst it gets when it comes to the dentist, particularly wisdom teeth. I kind of screwed myself over by not getting them pulled out sooner due to my disdain for going to the dentist and later, not having the proper health coverage to go to one. My solution was going to a dental school to get all my treatment and going on a nice little payment plan. Getting my wisdom teeth out was one of my main dental issues but due to my fear of immense pain, I continued to hold it off until recently when the tooth on my top left started giving me grief.
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Whether we have a special occasion coming up or just want to look our best in photos, there’s few things as confidence boosting as a beautiful white smile.
According to Dr. Emanuel Layliev, DDS, FAGD, FIADFE, who acts as Director of New York Center for Cosmetic Dentistry in New York City, our diet can absolutely impact our smile! Remember that just as our food and drink can stain our clothing or furniture — we’ve all gotten red wine on that white couch! — it can do the same to your teeth.
If you are seeking whiter, brighter teeth, here’s Dr. Layliev’s tips:
- Munching on crunchy snacks like apples or celery is as effective as brushing. “Raw fruits and veggies are loaded with fiber, a natural abrasive that can help clean teeth,” says Dr. Layliev.
- We love to live on caffeine and wine as well, but tread carefully! “Coffee, red…
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Months after a Canada-wide warrant was issued for his arrest, rogue Burnaby dentist Tung Sheng Wu has turned himself in.
After months of evading police, the B.C. man accused of setting up an illegal dental surgery for hundreds of patients in his Burnaby bedroom has turned himself in.
Tung Sheng (David) Wu was sentenced in October to three months in jail for contempt for ignoring a court order to stop practicing dentistry without a licence. However, the B.C.’s College of Dental Surgeons were unable to locate him.
A B.C. judge found him in contempt and ordered him to pay the college’s legal bills, which so far have cost more than $140,000. A Canada-wide warrant was issued for his arrest, and the College of Dental Surgeons believed he was attempting to set up a new clinic in Toronto.
Not surprisingly, they’re happy he’s in custody.
“We’re waiting to learn…
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