Bothered by a toothache? Fearful that the dental drill will hurt more than the toothache, many people choose to hold off on treatment until the bitter end.
The failure is familiar: A round peg never fits into a rectangular space, at least not properly.
Dr. Ardalan Sanati, cosmetic dentist in Tysons Corner, utilizes DIEM-2 for improved dental implant procedures.
Dental implants can be an effective option for patients seeking to replace missing teeth or secure dentures to their gums. At his St. Louis cosmetic dentistry practice, Dr. Jack Griffin, Jr. utilizes the latest dental implant techniques in order to restore smiles and achieve his patients' cosmetic goals. Implants can provide a comfortable, natural-looking solution to missing or partial teeth while also helping to improve the confidence patients have in their smiles, says Dr. Griffin. He adds that he feels offering dental implants helps him to enhance and strengthen the level of care his practice is able to provide the community.
A common test used to determine mercury exposure from dental amalgam fillings may significantly overestimate the amount of the toxic metal released from fillings, according to University of Michigan researchers.
NORTHRIDGE, Calif., March 13, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Dr. Farshid Ariz, Northridge dental implants specialist, and Dr. Shahad Arami, Northridge dentist, offer their patients diagnosis and treatment with the latest advances in dental equipment. Among these technologies are i-CAT technology, E4D technology, and the VELscope.
Dentists may one day be able to replace missing teeth with ones newly grown from gum cells, say UK researchers.The team from King's College London took cells from adult human gum tissue and combined them with another type of cell from mice to grow a tooth.
PALM BEACH GARDENS, Fla., USA: Biomet 3i, specialist in dental implants and abutments, and Sirona Dental Systems, one of the world's largest manufacturers of dental technology, have teamed up to create digital solutions that facilitate esthetic restorations.
BASEL, Switzerland: This week, a German court prohibited a cut-price dental implant company from claiming that its products are hydrophilic. Global dental implant manufacturer Straumann prompted the decision after having proved in laboratory tests that the claims were spurious.
According to business report provider GBI Research, the dental implants market is set to almost double in value over the next six years. Owing to technological advancements and the aging population worldwide, the company expects a rapid increase in the use of dental implants in the near future.