Stay Informed about Oral Health
Last month we discussed bacteria caused by bacteria trapped by root canal this month let’s focus on all bacteria. Good bacteria and bad bacteria two distinct bacteria found in our bodies. Bacteria are Present in the mouth and teeth at all times, even in teeth that have never had a cavity or other Trauma. Research studies performed in the 1930s ...
Rituals and Functional Food for Your Teeth
Most people know the obvious regarding oral health. Eat right, brush, floss and/or use your Waterpik after each meal. But do you understand why?
Dr. Linda Golden—One Patient’s Experience
Holistic dentistry is not something everyone has experienced, and it varies a great deal from traditional dentist offices. Instead of dread and anxiety, holistic dentistry patients look forward to their trips. Here, one patient—we’ll call her Sally—discusses her experience with Dr. Linda Golden at the Golden Dental Wellness Center.
Early Intervention Available for Correction of Dental Abnormalities
Parents have tremendous opportunities when it comes to choosing the appropriate dental appliance for children in need of dental alignment. Yet with all the advancements in dental brace therapy, the thought remains, What if, perhaps, there were a way to potentially avoid braces altogether?
For many years, fluoride has been the most popular component in dental gels, dentifrices and mouthwashes. It is known to combine with the calcific components of the teeth to form a stronger tooth structure in a process called re-mineralization. This helps prevent tooth decay. Although fluoride occurs naturally as calcium fluoride, synthetic fluoride is the preferred form in dental applications.
Our world is fast evolving, with a growing emphasis on efficiency of systems. Gone are the days when we used to make trips to the local store in order to develop pictures. Now, advances in technology allow the average individual to make, alter and produce images with a simple click on a device.
REPaiR Versus LANAP
With its profound effect on oral and systemic health, treatment of periodontal disease is seen as an essential part of holistic dental care. Treatment is usually limited to removal of disease-causing factors, such as calculus and plaque as well as diseased portions of the gum, which may also lead to periodontal defects.
From simple to quite extensive bone procedures, one of the aims of many dental treatments is to maintain the height and width of existing bone. Bone replacement is therefore a major benefit, which can be obtained during dental therapy when a tooth unfortunately is lost.