• Occlusion, TMD & TMJ
    Many people suffer from a poor or inadequate dental bite (malocclusion), which can either be associated with or separate to poor function of the temporomandibular joints that connect the jaw Read more
  • Restorative/Operative Dentistry
    Restorative Dentistry or Operative Dentistry focuses on the restoration of damaged teeth, such as the placement of fillings. Although all dentists are trained in performing basic restorative or operative dental procedures, Read more
  • Prosthodontics
    Prosthodontists specialize in replacing missing parts of teeth, gums, bone or other structural parts of the face. Your General Dentist will usually perform some form of Prosthodontics, but a Prosthodontists Read more
  • Family Practice Dentistry
    Dentistry is generally divided into many subdivisions. Some of these areas are legally defined specialties that usually require the dentist to have completed a 2 year (or longer) postdoctorate in Read more
  • Implantology
    A dentist that focuses on providing dental implants (replacement teeth that are implanted into the jawbone) is known as an Implantologist. Although not a particularly new area of dentistry, recent Read more
  • Preventive Dentistry
    Preventive Dentistry focuses on the measures taken by dentists to help prevent dental disease. As prevention is always better than cure, almost every dentist places emphasis on preventative dentistry of Read more
  • Oral Medicine & Oral Diagnosis
    Dentists that focus on Oral Medicine and Oral Diagnosis will have the knowledge and understanding of some of the more unusual oral diseases. Other dentists may not be able to Read more
  • Choosing the Right Dentist for You
    There are many reasons you may choose to visit a particular dentist. It could be for convenience because they are located close to your home or place of work, or Read more
  • Managed Care Dental Programs
    Financing your dental care can come in many different forms and can range from self-funded fee-for-service dentistry to comprehensive employer-provided dental plans. Although dental fees may appear high to some Read more
  • A Tale of Two Treatments: Periodontal Maintenance Vs A Prophy (Dental Prophylaxis)
    There can often be some confusion between periodontal maintenance and dental prophylaxis (prophy). After all, these are two very similar teeth-cleaning procedures, and it can be difficult to tell the Read more
  • Controlling Pain in Dentistry
    From toothache indicating an oral problem to soreness after receiving dental treatment, pain is simply a part of dentistry and unfortunately it cannot be avoided. If you’ve suffered from toothache, Read more
  • Specialist and Non-specialist Areas of Dentistry
    When most people think of dentistry, they often think of the types of procedures carried out by their primary dental care provider – usually a General Dentist. There are in Read more
  • Types of Dental Pain Relief: Nitrous Oxide (Laughing Gas)
    Nitrous Oxide – commonly known as laughing gas – is a safe and highly effective sedative that is used widely in dentistry. Over half of U.S. dentists have nitrous oxide Read more
  • Types of Dental Pain Relief: Intravenous (IV) Sedation
    Some dental procedures, such as complex oral surgeries, can be much more painful or stressful than others. For this reason, some dentists (though not all) may offer intravenous sedation. This Read more
  • Types of Dental Pain Relief: General Anesthetics
    Most pain control methods used in dentistry are used to either numb the area to be treated or relax the patient. However, there are some dental procedures that are better Read more
  • Types of Dental Pain Relief: Electrical Anesthesia
    Electrical anesthesia is used by some dentists as an alternative form of pain control for many minor oral procedures. It is a valid medical concept that is frequently used for Read more

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