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Why is Wisdom Teeth Removal so Common?

Wisdom tooth removal is one of the most common dental procedures.

There is a frequent debate between oral surgeons and dentists regarding whether wisdom teeth removal is necessary if you are not experiencing any symptoms.

More insight into wisdom teeth and why they are removed can help you to make the best choice for your oral health.

Why Do We Have Wisdom Teeth?

Wisdom teeth were once essential for the early human diet which largely consisted of leaves, nuts, roots and meat. Today’s diet renders wisdom teeth unnecessary since humans cut up their food and cook it so that it is easier to chew.

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The Use of Concentrated Growth Factors in Dental Implantology and Bone Grafting

Bone is constantly rejuvenating through a balanced equilibrium of bone resorption and new bone formation. For an implant to integrate with the bone in our body, this process of bone resorption and new bone formation has to take place. The process of dental implants successfully integrating within our jaw bone is known as osseointegration.

Concentrated growth factor therapy can greatly accelerate the osseointegration process and there are new studies that found that it enhances implant stability in the critical early recovery period (first 6 weeks).
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Concentrated Growth Factors In Implant Dentistry

Concentrated growth factors, or CGF, is used in implant dentistry to accelerate the healing process after a dental implant treatment has been performed. To perform this therapy, Concentrated Growth Factors (CGF), are derived from a patient’s own blood using a state of the art centrifuge to separate stem cells from blood pigments.

How Does CGF Assist With Healing in Implant Dentistry?
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Lifespan Of Porcelain Veneers – How Long Do They Last

A perfect smile is worth a million dollars. Who does not want a perfect million-dollar smile? However, not everyone is blessed with a perfect smile. Some have stained teeth, cracked or chipped teeth, gaps between their teeth, crooked teeth and at times uneven teeth. There are several options available out there in the market for enhancing the aesthetics of your smile. However, choosing the right option might actually get daunting. A consultation with your cosmetic dentist might determine that the most appropriate treatment to address the aesthetic needs of your smile is porcelain veneers. These are versatile dental ceramic shells that work wonders.

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Baby Tooth Eruption Process

Baby teeth, which are also known as the deciduous teeth, are the first teeth to appear during the early stages of a child’s development. There are 20 deciduous teeth in all. The tooth eruption process generally begins around the first 6-8 months of a child’s life and lasts until the child is roughly three years old. This first set of teeth remain until the child loses the deciduous teeth, which are then replaced by the adult teeth.

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