Submitted by Dr. Ernst on 23-Aug-17 10:07.Advancements in dentistry and orthodontics continue to provide patients with a number of ways to straighten their smile. This is particularly exciting for teens and adults that do not want to deal with pesky wires and brackets that are an eyesore, not to mention uncomfortable. What we’re alluding to here is the option of Invisalign. Through a series of clear aligner trays, Invisalign moves teeth in stages, with very little interference to one’s daily activities. What’s more is that digital dentistry allows for patients to participate in their treatment with pre-planning appointments and virtual images of their new smile.
Submitted by Dr. Ernst on 16-Jul-17 10:08.Keeping in step with the emergence of dental technologies, laser dentistry offers advanced precision and effectiveness across many dental procedures, and is a welcome addition for patients experiencing dental anxiety.
Submitted by Dr. Ernst on 22-Jun-17 09:49.When it comes to oral health, a general dentist is a patient’s first line of defense, taking into account the entire mouth and surrounding areas. Yet, general dentistry is about more than oral health. Because general dentists are committed to keeping teeth and gums healthy, they play a key role in the overall health of a patient by keeping bacteria and inflammation from traveling to other parts of the body, as well as detecting signs and symptoms of serious diseases.
Submitted by Dr. Ernst on 31-May-17 16:13.Made in America, ClearCorrect is an exciting and discreet form of teeth straightening, comprised of transparent, comfortable, and easy to remove aligners. For patients, including business professionals, that want to showcase their smile with minimal impact to their lifestyle, ClearCorrect remains an obvious choice.
Submitted by Dr. Ernst on 20-Apr-17 10:40.Having changed the face of dentistry, dental implants have become a pleasing and permanent solution for replacing missing teeth and a welcome alternative to dentures. In turn, dental implants are more durable, last longer, and are easy to care for. Yet, advancements in dentistry continue to make even the most promising solutions more predictable. While Digital Cone Beam Tomography (DCBT) has been present in the medical community for decades, it offers a clear advantage for dental professionals and patients alike, allowing for perfect placement for dental implants.
Submitted by Dr. Ernst on 29-Mar-17 08:28.Devoting their time and attention to serving little patients from birth to adolescence, Pediatric Dentists are among a special group of dental professionals that promote healthy habits and good dental health for life. As recommended by the Academy of Pediatric Dentistry (AAPD) as well as the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP), parents should schedule their child’s first dental appointment within six months after their first tooth erupts. Not only does this provide an opportunity for the dentist to examine the structure of teeth as they come in, it allows for early detection and treatment of decay before it becomes a bigger concern.
Submitted by Dr. Ernst on 27-Feb-17 08:38.Advancements in the area of orthodontics over the past 20 years have been nothing short of remarkable, especially in the use of accelerated orthodontics and other short-term straightening systems. Yet, when it comes to PowerProx Six Month Braces, many do not realize that it has been used for several decades around the world.
Submitted by Dr. Ernst on 19-Jan-17 11:25.It’s safe to assume that everyone is aware of the damaging effects of smoking on one’s health. From cancer to cardiovascular and pulmonary concerns to respiratory problems and more, the health risks are severe. While 40 million adults continue to smoke, there’s another serious consequence that dental professionals urge individuals to consider the toll that smoking takes on dental health.
Submitted by Dr. Ernst on 29-Dec-16 20:47.As the last teeth to erupt, wisdom teeth are really no different than any other teeth. In fact, they are incredibly useful, assuming that they are able to erupt correctly and have healthy gum tissue surrounding them. Yet, many individuals run into problems when wisdom teeth begin to erupt, leading them to have them removed. Is it wise to remove wisdom teeth?
Submitted by Dr. Ernst on 14-Nov-16 09:09.While pregnancy and the promise of new life brings much happiness and expectation, the onset of biological and physical changes to a woman’s body has dental professionals urging “expecting” patients not to neglect their oral health. Considering the many changes, not to mention the effects of morning sickness, that the average woman will experience, this may be easier said than done.
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